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Bookcases and office furniture available

We have a couple of freestanding bookcases (ex Claremont) and office furniture available. Modern desks, small tables, and a decent circular table (in two sections, made of wood, quite smart), along with a length of high quality archive shelving...

Friday 18 May 2018


Professor Mary Beard discusses the importance of the Hellenic and Roman Library

Professor Mary Beard discusses the importance of specialist libraries for classicist researchers as well as the impact that the Hellenic and Roman Library has had in her life. YouTube video here   

Thursday 17 May 2018


'Roman Yorkshire' short course

Presented by Dr Robert Wright of PLACE, this 6-week evening course will explore the impact of the Romans on Yorkshire, from the invasion in AD70 and the foundation of York (Eboracum) to the last stages of occupation in the early 5th century....

Sunday 13 May 2018


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President's Blog

New president of YAHS

Congratulations to David Asquith, elected YAHS president at yesterday's AGM. The president's email address has been changed to yahs.president@gmail.com.

Sunday 14 July 2019


Part-time admin support - we're advertising

YAHS is looking for a self-employed administrator to support our work, part-time, long term. Details via this link.

Saturday 22 June 2019


New Record Series volume published

This new biographical register of 1,704 Franciscan friars, from the 13th century to the Reformation, is edited by Michael Robson and published by YAHS in conjunction with Boydell and Brewer. Further details are available here.

Sunday 16 June 2019


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