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Research Update: 'Burial assemblages as art: another way at looking at the dead?' and 'The Harpham Villa Landscape Project'

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The Material Culture Hub will be hosting two of its members discussing their current research. All are invited to hear from Thomas Matthews Boehmer discuss Burial assemblages as Art and Eleanor Maw discuss her work on the Harpham Villa landscape project. Both research areas focus on later prehistory and Roman era archaeology.

This talk is part of the Material Culture Hub series.

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