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YAHS regrets to announce that the company through which the Record Series and some other printed volumes are sold (D&M Heritage / JeremyMills) has ceased trading.  Arrangements are being made to secure an alternative outlet so...

Sunday 24 February 2019


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Voting has now opened for the 11th annual Current Archaeology Awards, which celebrate the projects and publications that made the pages of the magazine over the past 12 months, and the people judged to have made outstanding...

Monday 11 February 2019


Dales Archaeology Day 30 March

The Dales Archaeology Day will be held on Saturday 30th March 2019 at the Richard Whiteley Theatre at Giggleswick School (10am-4pm). As with previous day schools, there will be book stalls, poster displays and refreshments (but will not...

Sunday 03 February 2019


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Feel like a fully-funded PhD?

  • Posted On: 3 June 2018

Newcastle University is offering a PhD opportunity to study Roman Frontier Studies and Numismatics.

The collaborative PhD offers 100% of UK/EU tuition fees plus an annual stipend and will explore the distribution, use and function of Roman coinage in the Hadrian’s Wall frontier zone. Research will be based on a World Heritage Site and seek to address some of the questions raised in the ‘Frontiers of Knowledge’ research framework by using published and unpublished coin data from excavations, hoards and casual finds. The work will lead to a publically accessible database of coins and improved understanding of numismatic collections in the frontier zone. 

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