Sarah Morton, conservator at the Oxfordshire County Council Museum Service, is featured in an article at the BBC Website where she talks about the new exhibtion at the Oxfordshire Museum (which displays pieces from early Anglo-Saxon times to modernity). Sarah discussed this exhbition in a talk she gave at the UCL Institute of Archaeology last year; the BBC website reports her saying "People may never think of underwear in the same way again". ( ! )
See the whole article on the BBC Website, and don't miss the exhibition, open until 12th June.
The Oxfordshire Museum is at Fletcher's House, Park Street, Woodstock, OX20 1SN
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