A series of public lectures is being held in conjunction with Guernsey Museum’ summer exhibition ‘Celts and Romans – Treasures and Trade’, which is being sponsored by Lloyd’s Bank.
- Tuesday 26 May, Dr Phil de Jersey will talk about ‘On the edge of the Celtic world: the Channel Islands and their response to Rome’.
- Tuesday 2nd June, Dr Phil de Jersey continues the Celtic story with ‘Hiding treasure on an offshore island: the Jersey coin hoards of the first century BC’.
- Tuesday 9 June, we then hear about ‘Romans in the Bailiwick’ from Dr Jason Monaghan.
- Tuesday 23 June, Dr Jason Monaghan concludes with ‘Guernsey’s Romano-Celtic ship’.
All the above are at the Frossard Lecture Theatre Candie, 8pm and entry is Free.
In addition, on Thursday 9 July, Dr Jason Monaghan will deliver ‘The Latest news from Roman Guernsey and Alderney’, as The Alderney Society Mendham at the Island Hall.
‘Celts and Romans – Treasures and Trade’ is open daily at Guernsey Museum until October 4th. Normal admission price applies, but entrance is free for Discovery Pass holders and their children.