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Join us in a special live stream to dive into the exciting world of Roman London, and ask your questions to our expert bone scientist.
What can the bones of ancient Romans teach us about the way that they lived?
Discover the exciting information we've revealed about Roman Londoners using a real example from the museum - the skeleton of a teenage girl discovered in East London.
And ask your questions about her, the Roman world and the amazing science behind these discoveries to one of our friendly osteologists (bone scientists) - live, from the comfort of your own classroom!
We'll be streaming on Tuesday 17 March (2020) from 1.30-2.30pm.
Express your interest in joining by filling in our short online form.
In order to participate, you will require:
Download the pocket history on Life in Roman London (PDF 274kb)
Watch a fascinating short film about how our bone experts go 'Looking for Londoners' (YouTube, 5.19 minutes)
Take an imaginary journey back in time with one of our Roman characters and gain insight into life in Roman London.
Explore both the archaeological remains of London’s Roman amphitheatre and the museum, building your understanding of the city of Londinium as you go.
Take on the role of an archaeologist to investigate the lives of Londoners old and new.