Islands of Wales: Discovering the Archaeology of Skomer and Grassholm Now available on Periscope
— CBHC / RCAHMW (@RCAHMWales) December 8, 2016
Last night’s Christmas Lecture by Senior Investigator Louise Barker explored the archaeological richness of the romantic Welsh islands of Skomer and Grassholm using images drawn from the Royal Commission’s archive. As Louise enthusiastically explained to a full-house in the National Library’s Drwm, Skomer is one of the best preserved prehistoric landscapes in the British Isles and Grassholm, the most westerly land in Wales, reveals evidence of settlement and farming back to prehistory. For those unable to attend last night’s lecture, and those who would like to view it again, the lecture Islands of Wales: Discovering the Archaeology of Skomer and Grassholm is now available to view on the live video streaming app Periscope.