Marlow Archaeology

Salt in Prehistoric and Roman Britain

Roman Roads in Britain
Thursday 14 January 2021 8.00pm

by Dr Janice Kinory, School of Archaeology, Oxford University


The study of salt during British prehistory has experienced an awakening during the past 40 years. In her Janice explores the evidence for the production of salt in the prehistoric period.

Long before refrigerators were invented salt was used to preserve food, but it can do much more. You can learn how important it was in ancient Britain when Dr Janice Kinory presents her Zoom lecture, 8pm on 14 January 2021 on "Salt in Prehistoric and Roman Britain." Find out where British salt came from, how it was produced and how an archaeologist researches a substance that's invisible in the archaeological record.

Lecture via ZOOM

Free to MAS and AIM members, £3.00 for non-members



Dr Janice Kinory, from the School of Archaeology, Oxford University has research interests inPrehistoric British and Romano-British Salt; Prehistoric Ceramics; Briquetage; Historic Photographs and Archaeological Archives across Great Britain, Europe and the former British Empire.

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