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Lectures and events 2019 - 2020

2019 to 2020 season of lectures and other events arranged by Sections of the Society and Affiliated groups now posted on the calendar of events.

Tuesday 20 August 2019


Aldborough Roman town

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


Ribchester excavations, June 12 to July 15, 2019

The Ribchester excavations focus on a large 30m by 10m trench just inside the fort’s north gate, opposite the granaries. This is allowing exploraton of the later Roman and post-Roman archaeology of this important fort the...

Saturday 15 June 2019


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President's Blog

David Hey memorial: Sheffield, 23 June

Did you sign up for the David Hey Memorial Meeting? Fittingly for the man we'll be remembering, the talks range widely: landscapes, names, agriculture, transport, metal trades, but all about the regions of northern England that David knew so...

Wednesday 23 May 2018


Marriage by clog and shoe

Prompted by weddings being in the news, Alex Medcalf of the Yorkshire Historic Dictionary project has been looking at models of marriage in centuries past. Some  were rather informal, and presumably didn't have any official status. But...

Monday 21 May 2018


View of Wakefield chantry bridge

YAHS has donated a small oil painting of Wakefield chantry bridge c. 1790 - the view including the soke mill and Aire and Calder offices - to the Gissing Trust. It will join other early views of the town on display at The Gissing Centre, which...

Monday 14 May 2018


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