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The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland has been excavating this medieval castle for some years. Constructed in the early fourteenth century as a fortified manor house, it belonged to the St Quintin family...
Wednesday 23 May 2018
This year’s conference, organised by the York Archaeological Forum and hosted by the City of York Council, will be on November 17th and will focus on Roman York. The talks will cover recent archaeological work on Roman sites in the city and...
The Roman Antiquities Section recently enjoyed a talk by Kurt Hunter-Mann about his investigations over the last few years at the Roman settlement at Ravenglass, on the west coast of Cumbria.
The Lake District National Park Authority web...
Sunday 20 May 2018
Fantastic day at Armley Mills on Saturday - an audience of 70 heard talks on Leeds industrial history: the Middleton Railway, the steam engine builders J & H McLaren, early engineering in Leeds, and the little-known but very important tanning industry. Also a lunchtime demonstration of YIHO. Thanks to Robert, Jane, Bill, and the staff of Leeds Industrial Museum.
We are hoping this is just the first of a collaboration between YAHS and the museum. There is certainly a big public appetite for industrial history.
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