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The Hagg - 2017 report out now

Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group have published the report on their excavation last year at The Hagg, Fremington Edge in Swaledale. The group has been surveying ancient walls, trackways and houses in Swaledale for some years and...

Thursday 10 May 2018


Roman events in York

DIGYork are offering a series of visits and lectures in York, including a  chance to see behind the scenes at the YAT store and a talk about how the recently-excavated  Roman burials from the Newington Hotel compare with burials across...

Thursday 10 May 2018


DNA Tests Suggest Family Relationships in Roman Cemetery

According to a report in the Daily Gazette, scientists have detected a family relationship among individuals whose remains were found in a fourth-century A.D. burial site in Colchester. 

Monday 07 May 2018


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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


Professor Jenny Price

I'm very sad to share this news: Jenny Price, until recently a member of YAHS's Management Board, died on Thursday in hospital in York. She was a long-standing member of the Society and of the Roman Antiquities...

Monday 27 May 2019


Visiting site of Marshall's A and B mills, Holbeck

At very short notice - here's an opportunity to visit excavations run by West Yorkshire Archaeological Services at Marshall's A & B Mills in Water Lane, Holbeck . The visit is at 10 am this Friday, 24th May. Open...

Monday 20 May 2019


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