Events Calendar
Apr 3
13:15 - 13:30
A Broken Goddess Figurine from a Roman burial in St Dunstan’s – reinterpreting the Dea Nutrix in the Canterbury Roman Museum
Bitesize Beaney
Professor Ray Laurence

Part of a series of free lunchtime talks by leading academics from the University of Kent at the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge in Canterbury.

The penultimate talk in the series is ‘A Broken Goddess Figurine from a Roman burial in St Dunstan’s – reinterpreting the Dea Nutrix in the Canterbury Roman Museum’ by Professor Ray Laurence, Head of Classical and Archaeological Studies at the University.

About the series

Talks take place on Wednesdays between 1.15pm and 1.30pm. These talks are not only an opportunity for you to learn about or expand your knowledge on a broad range of topics – from ‘designer babies’ to Canterbury’s Roman heritage – but to also engage with the speakers in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

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Location

The Beaney,
High Street,
Canterbury,
Kent CT1 2BD

Map

Details

Open to Open to all, Free

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