South Yorkshire Archaeology Day 2017

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2017 Mid Year Report

Posted on 14/Jul/2017 Under News

In 2016, CBA Yorkshire carried out a thorough review of its activities and produced a comprehensive forward plan, to positively drive the group forward in spite of the challenging economic environment in which we find ourselves. This plan is now…

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Hull and East Riding Museum – Spotlight On: Romans

Posted on 27/Oct/2017 Under News

Over the fourth quarter of 2017 Hull Museums place the spotlight on the Romans. The Roman galleries at Hull and East Riding Museum showcase objects from Roman Britain and the Roman Empire. They remind us that, even 2,000 years ago,…

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Autumn Showcase 2017: Celebrating Community Archaeology – 4 Nov, York

Posted on 25/Oct/2017 Under Events, Events-CBAY, News

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YAT Post Excavation Courses

Posted on 23/Oct/2017 Under Fieldwork, News

If you have attended one of York Archaeological Trust's Archaeology Live! excavations, you might be interested in going on one of their post-excavation courses. Course dates are: November 27th – December 1st 2017 December 4th – December 8th 2017 Full…

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Young Archaeologist of the Year 2017: Introducing Emma, Megan and Joshua from Sheffield YAC

Posted on 19/Oct/2017 Under News, YAC_News

The team behind the Council for British Archaeology Home Front Legacy project teamed up with the Sheffield YAC and Archaeosoup in to produce a series of six training videos. The videos show you how to get involved with the Home Front Legacy 1914-18 project and…

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Young Archaeologist of the Year 2017: The shortlist

Posted on 25/Sep/2017 Under News, YAC_News

The Young Archaeologist of the Year Award is one of the Marsh Archaeology Awardsorganised by the Council for British Archaeology (which YAC is part of), supported by the Marsh Christian Trust. Young Archaeologist of the Year Award The Young Archaeologist of the Year…

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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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