Talk on Cave project, 1st April
There has been a major research project on Kendrick's Cave, and this talk explaining it will be by Jill Cook, the deputy keeper of prehistory and early Europe at the British Museum. She will also reinterpret the 19th century excavations by Thomas Kendrick.
Meanwhile, the 'Sharing Treasures' exhibition will open at Llandudno Museum, at which the mesolithic finds from the cave (including art and jewellery) have been reunited from various collections 'for the first time in 100 years'.
Was the cave just a campsite or a place of more special significance?
Sounds all very interesting. The talk is at 7pm, in Llandudno Town Hall, on Tuesday 1st April. Entry is free but donations to the Museum are welcome.
More about the art on a horse's jawbone found in the cave at
- it's thought to be 13,000 years old!
Posted by Rhiannon
18th March 2008ce
Edited 20th March 2008ce