Trilithon is our Members newsletter, usually published three times a year. The masthead shows a Roman brooch from the collection in the form of a hare, a Stonehenge trilithon and a Great Bustard. Trilithon comes from the Greek – tri meaning three and lithos meaning stone – together describing the two sarsen uprights and lintel which are a unique feature of Stonehenge.
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- 96 – October 2021 Includes the Eric Ravilious: Downland Man exhibition, AGM papers, archaeological items purchased for the Museum with a legacy from Dan Shelton, objects from our collections on tour in Germany, US and New Zealand plus Peggy Guido and her role in ‘The Dig’ – the film about the excavation of Sutton Hoo.