Our original #CUArch100 festival featured numerous alumni demonstrators to show you the ropes (pun intended!) of textile making, flint knapping, chainmaille creation, and bronze casting. Well, plans change, but we still want to give you the tools to make things at home.
Below are videos by alumni who specialise in experimental archaeology, including Sally Pointer, showing us how to make Neolithic Welsh cakes & Tudor braids, Peter Forward demonstrating how to make a bone dice & leather pouches, and Phil Parkes showing us how to make chainmaille!
Give it a go and be sure to share pictures of your attempts with #CUArch100! We expect to see lots of Neolithic Welsh cakes over the coming days!
You can find the demonstrators on Instagram (@sallypointer, @philparkesmaille, @pforward1348), Twitter (@sallypointer, @PhilParkes4), and you can find Sally on YouTube!