Meet our Curator: From stone-age France to Queensland Museum

Join Queensland Museum Curator of Archaeology Dr Brit Asmussen for this fascinating discussion: How did hand-axes from stone-age France come to be in the Queensland Museum collection? Archaeologically, French cave art is well known - not only because it is some of the oldest in the world - but because of the incredible sophistication, beauty and quality of the art. How did hand axes dug up from these important French caves come to be part of our collection?.

This event is part of our program of talks and presentations for National Archaeology Week (19 – 25 May 2013).

Discovery Centre, Level 3. Free.
Tuesday 21 May, 1-2 pm.

Event Details

21 May 2013, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Discovery Centre, Level 3

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