Tuesday, March 19th
Ryan Watts from the Petersfield Museum will be explaining the importance of the Buriton Hoard, as well as some fascinating findings from the People of the Heath project.
Findings from the People of the Heath project has shown that Petersfield Heath is the densest concentration of Bronze Age round barrows in the south east of England, dating from 4,000 years ago.
The Buriton Hoard, which were found in the parish in 2016, consists of four attractive bronze ornaments (two bracelets and two necklaces, known as torcs) which come from the Middle Bronze Age period (c1400-1250 BC).
Price: free entry
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Buriton Village Hall
Buriton High Street
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