You might not be able to search for prehistoric objects in the Museum at the moment, but can you find all the related words in this puzzle?
Join artist Kaitlin Ferguson as she looks at a Bronze age beaker from the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Learn how to use model magic and foam shapes to create your own designs.
Find out more about how Bronze Age items were made in this short film
This resource comes from our bank of Look, Think, Do resources on the Fitzwilliam Museum website.
Maybe you have heard of Emperor Hadrian - who built Hadrian's wall near the Scottish/English border. But have you heard of the man he loved, Antinous? Listen to this story about how much Hadrian cared for Antinous.
In this activity you can see busts of Julius Caesar, Claudius, Nero and Hadrian from the museum. Find out more about each one, how they are connected to the history of Britain, and complete the activities to learn more!
At the end you will find instructions on how to create your own comic about the life of emperor Claudius!
In this activity you will learn about mythical heroes and gods, and see their representations in our museum. You will then be invited to create your own hero or heroine! You can also see an example of a hero created by our education team.
You will need:
- paper, pencils, colouring pencils or pens
- the instructions!
You can find the instructions for this (and other activities) here:
This resource is designed to help you Look, Think, and Do inspired by this incredible hoard of over 1800 silver and gold coins.