Monthly Archives: February 2014

Communicating with the Past: Anglo-Saxons, Runes and Ale

Today’s guest blog is from┬áLivia Roschdi and features one of our ‘star objects’, the Spong Hill Pots. Livia is an intern with Norfolk Museum Service’s Archaeology Department. Communication problems: Understanding our Past through Signs and Symbols As a historical linguist, … Continue reading

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‘The objects of my affection’ by Megan Dennis

This week’s guest blog is by Megan Dennis, Curator at Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse. Here she explains the significance of museum objects and some of the different ways they can be used. What makes museum objects special? Why are they … Continue reading

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