Global Perspectives on British Archaeology
Norwich, NR2 1TF
Global Perspectives on British Archaeology Touring Exhibition: Norwich
A chance to see all site videos and to hear those involved with the project
About the Project
From footprints left by the earliest inhabitants of northern Europe on Norfolk’s coast to the buried prehistoric landscapes of the Fens, from the Neolithic flint mines of Grimes Graves to the Anglo-Saxon burial mounds of Sutton Hoo, East Anglia boasts some of the finest remains from the ancient past, of great importance for both British and world history.
Global Perspectives on British Archaeology presents research into East Anglia’s heritage in a broad international context,
encouraging us to think about the region’s place in the wider world, in the past, present and future.
Working with heritage professionals from the following six key East Anglian sites, we are developing a series of public events through the summer and autumn of 2017 that will unlock the global significance of the region’s rich heritage, including a travelling exhibition and interactive online resources.
For further details, please visit the project website.