- Great North Museum
- Didcot Hoard
- Creswell Crags Museum
- Egyptian Treasures
- Egypt Centre
- Discovery of the Hittite World
- Roman frontier
- Ashmolean New Egyptian Gallery
- The Hepworth Wakefield
- Pharaoh: King of Egypt
- Warriors of the Plain
- Sikh fortress turban
- The Witham Shield
- The Backworth Hoard
- Unwrapping the Past
- Roman Empire: Power and People
- Curious Beasts: Animal Prints
The Backworth Hoard
24 May 2013 –
15 September 2013
Recommend this exhibition
The Backworth Hoard will be on display at Segedunum Roman Fort, Wallsend from 24 May – 15 September 2013 as part of the British Museum Spotlight loans and tours programme.
The hoard will feature as the centrepiece in an exhibition that will shed new light on life on the Roman – Barbarian frontier. The Hoard is of national significance, and features gold and silver artefacts such as a silver pan, spoons and gilded silver brooches that were believed to be treasure deposits from a pagan shrine dedicated to the Mother-goddesses near the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall.
The exhibition will examine the complex relationship between the Romans and their environment, the native people and the indigenous deities of northern Britain, and beyond.
An exciting programme of family events will take place at Segedunum Roman Fort over the course of the exhibition, check www.segedunumromanfort.org.uk for details.
The Backworth Hoard, 2nd century AD