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EventArchaeology at St Fagans: Reconstructing History

28 & 29 July 2018, 11am-4pm
Cost Free
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St Fagans is famous for its collection of historic buildings from all over Wales – painstakingly dismantled and rebuilt at the Museum.  But alongside these, our specialist teams of archaeologists and builders have been creating two special new buildings as part of the St Fagans Redevelopment Project. Bryn Eryr, our Iron Age farmstead, and Llys Llywelyn – a Medieval court of the Welsh Princes are based on evidence from archaeological sites on Anglesey.

Join us this weekend for a chance to meet our Archaeologists. Find out how they recreate the past from fragments found in the landscape and clues buried in ancient objects. From Viking life and Iron Age technology through to the Medieval period – there’ll be lots of extra activities and demonstrations across the Museum this weekend.

Llys Llywelyn - work in progress

Image: testing paint

Llys Llywelyn - paint testing

Byn Eryr - Iron Age roundhouses

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