A talk by Marco Romeo Pitone
Date: Wednesday 2 March 2022
Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Marco first studied archaeology in Italy, then moved to Newcastle where he obtained a PhD based on research into Cypriot archaeometallurgy and experimental archaeology. In collaboration with colleagues, he founded the first post-graduate research group on experimental archaeology at Newcastle University.
In 2018, he joined the team at the Jarrow Hall AngloSaxon Farm, Village and Bede Museum, where he works as Visitor Experience and Volunteer Coordinator, managing experimental projects and research.
This link will take you straight to the meeting: you don’t need to register in advance. The talk begins at 7.30pm, so you should plan to join a few minutes beforehand. Everyone will be held in a waiting room until Heather admits the audience at about 7.25 pm.