10.30am to 12.00 or 1.30pm to 3.00pm Both sessions are the same What was Roman Epsom and Ewell like? .Learn how the building of a road brought a new world of ideas, food, pottery, trade and strangers to the area. Hear tales of the Roman underworld, sacred springs and of sacrifices, sealing deep sacred shafts full of gifts to the Gods. Learn about what has been uncovered in recent excavations, and see and handle Roman artefacts to discover the skills of ancient artisans.
VenueBourne Hall Museum Children's Club
AddressSpring Street, Ewell, Surrey,
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