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Lecture Series

Due to the significance of the artefacts, a team of world class experts has been working with The Novium Museum to analyse and interpret the finds to tell the story of the Mystery Warrior. We are very lucky to welcome these experts to speak at the museum and share their specialisms.

All lectures begin at 18:30. Admission is free, but booking in advance is essential. To book, please click on the links below or contact Chichester Box Office on 01243 816525.

Thursday, 13 February at The Novium Museum

Join us to hear Dr Julia Farley, Curator of British and European Iron Age collections at the British Museum explore the world of Celtic Art. Sold out

Thursday, 5 March at The Novium Museum

Join Dr Melanie Giles from Manchester University as she looks at funerary archaeology, violence, and death and burial in the Iron Age. Sold out

Thursday, 2 April at Bersted Park Community Centre

Prof. Andrew Fitzpatrick from the University of Leicester will talk about why the Mystery Warrior may have fought against Julius Caesar in France before having to escape to Britain. Click here to book now

Thursday, 14 May at The Novium Museum

Staff from Butser Ancient Farm, a world-renowned experimental archaeology site on the Hampshire and Sussex border, will explore what experimental archaeology can tell us about Iron Age life. Sold Out

Thursday, 11 June at The Novium Museum

Join Dr Paola Ponce, Associate Lecturer in Osteoarchaeology at the University of York as she explains the manifestation of disease in human remain. Sold Out

These Mystery Warrior events have been made possible by National Lottery players thanks to funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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Booking update - many of our Mystery Warrior lectures have now sold out. If you would like to be added to a waiting list for any of our sold out events, please contact Chichester Box Office on 01243 816525





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