Manchester Histories Festival

3 - 12 June 2016

The Archaeology of Manchester's Origins

From Roman forts and roads, and medieval halls, to industrial workers housing and textile mills.  Staff from the University of Salford's Centre for Applied Archaeology will present a series of short talks on recent archaeological work carried out around Manchester. How is this changing our ideas of the origin's of the city?



Dates

Wed 8 Jun 2016 1pm - 4pm

Venue

LG20 Peel Building

Peel Building University of Salford Crescent Salford, M54NW

Price

Free but booking required

Tickets

Phone
0161 295 6286

More information

Email
m.d.nevell@salford.ac...
Website
Click here

Suitable for

All

Event category

Industrial heritage

Event type

Discussions, Free events, Learning, Talks

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