Lectures on county’s prehistory at museum

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DISCOVER what life was like for our real-life Flintstone ancestors at The Novium museum.

A lecture series starting next week at the Chichester museum will focus on the prehistory of the Sussex area - the span of time before recorded history and the invention of writing systems.

It will explain the various ways in which flint was used by hunter-gatherers in the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic periods.

Boxgrove Man, Britain’s oldest human-like remains which were found in a Boxgrove quarry in 1993, will also be the subject of one of the talks.

The lectures are March 12, 19 and 26. For more details go to thenovium.org or call 01243 775888.

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