October 2nd 2021

Dr Natasha Harlow, (Nottingham University)

In Search of Boudica: through late Iron Age/Romano British artefacts

Natasha Harlow has a background in heritage, community archaeology and education. She studied at the University of East Anglia and worked for many years in museums and archaeology in Norwich. Her PhD on “Belonging and Belongings: portable artefacts and identity in the civitas of the Iceni” was awarded by the University of Nottingham in 2018 and is about to be published, in revised form, as a volume in the British Archaeological Reports series.

Torc terminal, Sedgeford (Image: Portable Antiquities Scheme, PAS-F070D5).