Significant lectures given by the department's curators can be heard here. To listen to them you will need some additional software which is detailed below.
Iron Age Chariot Burial Excavation at Wetwang, East Yorkshire
The first in the series was a lecture given by JD Hill and Tony Spence on the Wetwang Chariot Excavation in early 2001. There are three sections:
Dr JD Hill is the curator of the Iron Age Collections in the Department of Prehistory and Europe at the British Museum. He was present at the Wetwang excavations and will be author of the final report.
Tony Spence is registrar in the Department of Prehistory and Europe and was the surveyor and co-director of the excavations at Wetwang.
Minimum System requirments
To access audio and video content contained in these lectures, you will need to have the RealOne Player web browser plug-in installed on your PC. This is freely available for download by clicking on the logo.
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The British Museum would like to thank the following people for their assistance with the Wetwang Chariot project:
Also particular thanks to Northcote Internet Ltd for donating their services to make this broadcast possible.
Reconstruction of the Wetwang Chariot unearthed in early 2001
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