Duke of Cornwall views archaeology collections during a visit to the Royal Cornwall Museum to mark the bicentenary year of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, River Street, Truro, Cornwall. 22nd March 2018
The Principle Archaeologist of Cornwall Archaeological Unit talks to the Duke of Cornwall about some Cornish archaeological artefacts. Standing to the left are the Chairman of the Royal Institution of Cornwall and Director of the Royal Cornwall Museum. Standing by the table, on the right, are two museum volunteers and the Portable Antiquities Scheme Finds Liaison Officer for Cornwall. The Royal Cornwall Museum is the main repository for archaeological archives in Cornwall. One of a series of images documenting the visit of the Royal Institution of Cornwall's patron, His Royal Highness Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, to the Royal Cornwall Museum and Courtney Library on 22nd March 2018. The visit by Prince Charles marked the bicentenary year of the Royal Institution of Cornwall. Photographer: Sophie Meyer / Nicki Foley.
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