Find out what the Romans (and Anglo-Saxons) did for us

Collections officer Anna Griffiths Picture: OX64827 Jon Lewis

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SOME of Oxfordshire’s most dazzling archaeological treasures will be going on display next month.

The exhibition at The Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock, called Unearthed: Riches of the Romans and Anglo-Saxons, features a number of artefacts from Roman and Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire which have not been seen on display before.

County collections project officer Anna Griffiths said: “It looks at some of the really interesting archaeological items in the county collections from the first millenium AD. There are a couple of Roman objects and lots of really beautiful Anglo-Saxon ones.”

The exhibition starts on Saturday, February 8 and is open until Sunday, April 27.

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