Skeletons

Written On Our Bones: Yorkshire Skeletons and Human Stories

Leeds City Museum, 12 Oct 2017 from

10.30 am

‘The Bare Bones of Burials in Commercial Archaeology: Challenges and Rewards?’ Dave Hunter (West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Services WYAAS) and David Williams (Archaeological Services ASWYAS)

‘Past London Lives: revealed through skeletal time travel’ Jelena Bekvalac (Museum of London)

‘Human remains: the museum perspective’ Katherine Baxter (Leeds Museums & Galleries) and Natalie Buy (York Museums Trust)

‘One thousand years of life and death in Northern England: the story revealed by the University of Sheffield’s skeletal collections’ Dr Elizabeth Craig-Atkins (University of Sheffield)

‘Towton and beyond: the skeletal collections at the University of Bradford’ Dr Jo Buckberry (University of Bradford)

£20 including refreshments and lunch.

£15 concessions – 16-18 year olds, students, unemployed people, disabled people (carers free). Proof of identity required.

Booking required, visit https://skeletonstudyday.eventbrite.co.uk