How different was Roman food to our own? Did the Romans really eat dormice? What new foods were introduced to Britain with the Romans? How do we know what Romans ate?
If you are interested in the answers to these questions and more, please join archaeologist Zena Kamash for lunch in the garden on 1st June.
Alongside lunch, there will be an exhibition of current research into food in the Roman world from cutting-edge scientific techniques to work on food in the creation of memories and identities.
In addition, artist Miranda Creswell will exhibit her recent works of art relating to food and landscape.