FenArch Talk – Crucifixion in the Fens
Fenland Archaeological Society Presents
Crucifixion in the Fens
A Talk by David Ingham
© Albion Archaeology
Recent excavations in Fenstanton led Albion Archaeology to discover a large, previously unknown Roman village that acted as an important centre for cattle butchery. The most remarkable find was the skeleton of a man who had been crucified using nails – only the second time worldwide that archaeological evidence of this practice has ever been found.
David Ingham has worked for Albion Archaeology since 2002, initially as one of the digging team but has focussed increasingly on post-excavation analysis and publication since 2006.
Booking essential so text 07775 342 159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and book your place.
To be held at The Secret Garden,
Mile Tree Lane, Wisbech, PE13 4TR
7:00 pm Wednesday 25th May 2022
Admission £3-00 for non-members (pay on the door)