I’m off work this week, so I’ve been spending some of my time wandering around museums. I attended a very good gallery walk at the British Museum yesterday afternoon called Six Feet Under: Some Thoughts on Burial in Early Britain, which was just great. It was a fairly loosely structured discussion of some of the burial practices of pre- and post-Roman Britain, periods of history in which I’m particularly interested. I highly recommend attending some of these gallery walks if you’re able to. Not only are they very informative, but they’re also free. What more could you ask?