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Joint YAHS / Prehistoric Society Lecture – Must Farm – Leeds

Sat 30 Sept 14:00 Leeds City Museum The Must Farm pile dwelling: Taste, appearance, lifestyle and communication in the Late Bronze Age The Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society (Prehistory Research Section) have joined forces with the Prehistoric Society to launch…

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20 Years of Treasure

Posted on 14/Sep/2017 Under News

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the commencement of the Treasure Act 1996 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In this time over 11,000 Treasure finds have been reported under the Act, presenting local museums with an opportunity to…

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LHEN – Advocacy and Supporting Your Heritage

Posted on 07/Sep/2017 Under Events, Events-Other, News

Tue 19 September 2017 10:00 – 16:00 Pendle Heritage Centre Colne Road Barrowford BB9 6JQ Join the Council for British Archaeology's 'Local Heritage Engagement Network' (LHEN) team working with community heritage and archaeology groups in the North West for an…

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82 Yorkshire Archaeological Journal volumes now available online

Posted on 09/Aug/2017 Under Community, News

We are very happy to announce news of one of Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society's major projects. Scanning has been completed of all 82 Yorkshire Archaeological Journal volumes published up to 2010. They are now online, searchable, and available free of…

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Humber 250 Heritage Trail

Posted on 02/Jun/2017 Under News

The Humber Museums Partnership, a consortium of Hull, East Riding and North Lincolnshire Museums Services, has announced the launch of its latest project – the Humber 250 heritage trail. The Humber 250 trail takes people on a scenic journey throughout…

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Shaking Hands with the Past – Vodcasts from Jorvik

Posted on 01/Jun/2017 Under News

As part of ‘Finding the Future‘, York Archaeological Trust’s Resilience Project, they have produced a series of vodcasts entitled ‘Shaking Hands with the Past’ specifically for the schools' audience. Each of these presentations features one of their unique artefacts and…

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