27 March 2019
7.30pm-9.00pm (doors open at 6.30pm)
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN
From £2.00 per person for RGS-IBG, BRLSI and RMetSoc members and students, tickets £5
In 1978, while an electrical transformer was being installed, staff of the electricity company hit a big stone decorated with reliefs which sparked off the systematic excavations of the Aztecs that have been ongoing for 40 years. This talk will trace the major discoveries since 1978 until the present day.
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