Posts tagged with 'roman'
To coincide with our forthcoming exhibition, Roman Treasures of Cheshire, there’s a great opportunity to explore the Roman past of north west England in detail at a forthcoming day conference. The Cheshire Hoards and the Romano-British North West conference will run on Saturday 27 February at the Museum of Liverpool. Archaeologists from around the country will present the latest research about finds and explore the context of settlement in this region.
The Cheshire Hoards are two groups of Roman Treasure, the Malpas Hoard and the Knutsford Hoard. These have both recently been reported through the Portable Antiquities Scheme and have now been acquired by Museum of Liverpool and Congleton Museum jointly through a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Read more…
7 September 2015 by Liz
Mark Adams, Archaeological Project Officer, tells us about one of his latest, and favourite, finds:
26 September 2014 by Liz
Today we have a guest blog from Vanessa Oakden, Finds Liaison Officer for Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside.
“Museum of Liverpool is home to the Portable Antiquities Scheme for the region, and we have been busy recording finds brought in by members of the public, often metal-detector users.
Today the scheme has announced that nationally over a million finds have been recorded! Read more…
21 November 2013 by Gina
Regular visitors to the Ancient World Gallery at World Museum may have noticed that one of our statues, Apollo Sauroktonos (Apollo the Lizard-Killer), a Roman copy of a famous statue by the Greek sculptor Praxiteles, hasn’t been on display since the summer. That’s because the statue is on loan to Cleveland Museum of Art in the USA, where it’s one of the star items in the special exhibition ‘Praxiteles: The Cleveland Apollo’, which is open until 5th January 2014. Read more…