Saturday, 21st September 2019
2pm - Thoresby Room, Leeds Civic Museum
YAHS: Prehistory Research Section & The Prehistoric Society Joint Open Meeting
Dr Tom Booth of the Crick Institute: “Who were...
Friday 19 July 2019
PLEASE NOTE: THIS TRIP HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS
This field trip will provide members with the chance to see one of the most interesting long cairns on the Ingleborough Massif, the potential Neolithic monument on...
Thursday 18 July 2019
Dr Rose Ferraby and Professor Martin Millett have published their interim report on the 2018 excavations at the Roman town at Aldborough here...
Friday 28 June 2019
The Portable Antiquities Scheme has published an online guide to buckles - Roman to eighteenth-century.
The differing forms of late Roman and early Anglo-Saxon belt buckles have provided much material for discussion in recent decades, with some forms characteristic of (eg.) late antique administrators and military men (women too?), and with (eg.) triangular buckle plates from prestigious Anglo-Saxon burials.
This is a basic guide and guidance on terms and references to standard works are given.
Finds Recording Guides - Buckles
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