Discover Bronze Age creatures great and small in our new temporary display...
Tails from Mycenae: A Temporary Display
Explore the roles that animals played in the lives of the Mycenaens in a display of rarely-seen objects from the Museum's collection. From octopuses to lions, a wide range of creatures is depicted on Mycenaean objects, giving us a glimpse into the everyday interactions between humans and animals in the Bronze Age.
The Mycenaean menagerie will be creeping, crawling and flying onto display in Bay C of the Cast Gallery from Wednesday 15th March.
Coming this April:
Friday 21st April - Friday 9th June 2017
Lost is a poignant exhibition by artist Issam Kourbaj exploring the plight of Syrian refugees, through plaster casts of items of clothing from those lost at sea. His work Dark Water, Burning World will be on display in Cambridge at the Fitzwilliam Museum from 13th March.
Getting Up Close and Personal in Herculaneum: A Story of Sewers and Corpses
Thursday 16th March, 6.30-7.30pm
Faculty of Classics, Room G.19
Join Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, former Director of the Herculaneum Conservation Project and of the British School at Rome, on a journey through the Roman underbelly to find out about the personal and private lives of the people who lived - and died - in the exceptional site of Herculaneum.
This event is now FULLY BOOKED, but spaces may become available on the day. If you are interested in joining a queue for people without reservations, you are welcome to do so 15 minutes before the event starts. We can't guarantee that spaces will become available.
Cambridge Science Festival
Cambridge's annual festival of science is back this month for another fortnight of events, activities and talks across the city. View the programme online at http://www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk.