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Conference: Bibracte, A Protohistoric Western European City

Wednesday 23 May 18:45-20:30


Situated in what is today the French region of Burgundy, Bibracte was a Gaulish oppidum or fortified city of the late Iron Age. It is one of the earliest protohistoric cities in Wester Europe.

On the occasion of a visiting delegation from l’Académie du Morvan and in collaboration with the EPCC Bibracte, the museum that manages the eponymous archeological site, the Institut français d’Ecosse welcomes Jean-Loup Flouest to give a talk about this grand site de France. A protohistorian and scholar of the Iron Age, Flouest will unearth the significance of this European heritage site.

Wed 23 May | 19.00
Duration: 2 hours approx.
IN FRENCH with limited English translation | FREE

Institut français d’Ecosse
West Parliament Square
Edinburgh EH1 1RF

Advanced booking recommended at 0131 285 60 30 or info ifecosse.org.uk

Image: Gaule - Bibracte (Mont Beuvray) - Le quartier des grandes demeures by Jean-Claude Golvin

Institut Français Écosse 2018