Walk with an Archaeologist – 26 September 2013

Part of the east end of the Stonehenge Cursus ditch during excavations by Professor Julian Thomas and his team as part of the Stonehenge Riverside Project in 2008

East end of the Stonehenge Cursus ditch during excavations led by Professor Julian Thomas in 2008 (part of the Stonehenge Riverside Project)

Intrigued by the Stonehenge Cursus? Got a morning to spare? Then  join me on Thursday 26 September to explore the Stonehenge Landscape on Walk with an Archaeologist: Ancient Ways.

Of course we’ll visit the Cursus, but along the way we’ll also discover Bronze Age round barrows cemeteries, reveal the secrets of a Neolithic long barrow and learn for ourselves what it would have been like to approach Stonehenge  along its Avenue – built over four thousand years ago.

And as you’d expect I’ll share with you how the latest techniques and most up to date  research are transforming our ideas about this extraordinary place.

If you’d like to join me you can find out more at http://bit.ly/1bXwQqo

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