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Troy is a city of the imagination, as much as an archaeological fact. A new show at the British Museum explores the Trojan myths and truths that have captivated us for more than 3,000 years.

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Oxford archaeologist David Miles takes an in-depth look at Oxfordshire’s most famous ancient monument, the White Horse at Uffington. The monument is the subject of David Miles' book The Land of the White Horse.

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Ancient Rome

Talk: Roman Mythology

Join David Stuttard for the return of the Heffers Classic Forum in Cambridge

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Join Mike Pitts for a fascinating talk about his new book 'Digging Up Britain' at Malborough Litfest 2019.

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Join Miranda Aldhouse-Green, author of 'Sacred Britannia', at the Machynlleth Festival to discover the world of the Druids and their roles in ancient society.

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Join Venetia Porter, contributing author for 'The Islamic World', at the Edinburgh International Book Festival to discover some of the most important archeological pieces in revealing the ancient islamic world.

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Roger Burrows, professor, inventor and author of '3D Thinking in Design and Architecture', takes us through the concepts of 3D thinking in design and architecture from antiquity to the future.

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Where are the tombs of Alexander the Great or Cleopatra? Both rulers were buried in Egypt, but their tombs have never been found despite years of intensive research and excavation. Yet we have tantalizing clues. Egyptologist and broadcaster, Dr Chris Naunton, tells the story of the quest for the great ‘missing’ tombs of Egypt.

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Join Rachel Moss, historian and author of 'The Book of Durrow', for a talk about the oldest fully decorated gospel to survive from post-Roman Britain.

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Where are the tombs of Alexander the Great or Cleopatra? Both rulers were buried in Egypt, but their tombs have never been found despite years of intensive research and excavation. Yet we have tantalizing clues. Egyptologist and broadcaster, Dr Chris Naunton, tells the story of the quest for the great ‘missing’ tombs of Egypt.

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