Reconstructed Celtic burial mound.
Detail of antlered figure on the Gundestrup Cauldron.
Abel Smith (building 23), The University of Queensland, St Lucia
Venue: Abel Smith (building 23), The University of Queensland, St Lucia.

Public Lecture (FOA): Shafts, Sacrifices and Sacred Bulls

As part of Ancient History Day 2011, there will be a free public lecture, entitled "Shafts, Sacrifices and Sacred Bulls: Celtic Religion in Western and Central Europe to the time of Caesar", presented by Dr Dorothy Watts (BA, PhD, FSA, FACE, ATCL, AMusA, CELTA (Camb.), commencing at 8pm and followed by a light supper.

In this lecture Dr Watts looks at the features of Celtic religion, including origins, deities, rituals, shrines and burials, and discusses the changes as the Celts came into contact with the civilisations of Greece and Rome.

Please note: Parking restrictions apply on the campus until 9pm. Further information about parking and transport is available from