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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


Early Childhood in the Roman Empire

Archaeologist Maureen Carroll provides new insights into the family in the Roman world, concentrating on its youngest members, the under one-year-olds. Monday 10 June 2019, 6.30pm to 7.30pm Location:Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire...

Sunday 09 June 2019


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President's Blog

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography - new website launched

The new ODNB site is launched, with new entries. You can find it here, and Sir David Cannadine's introduction here. It's a subscriber service, though everyone should be able to access it free via their local...

Friday 27 April 2018


Consultation about North Yorkshire Archives

Kirsty sent me news of the consultation about North Yorkshire Record Office. I urge members, especially those of us who use and love archives, to respond to this. The online survey is here. Being a Grade A cynic, however, this made me jittery....

Sunday 22 April 2018


In memory of Gordon Forster

The University of Leeds along with the editors of Northern History, the journal so closely associated with Gordon, have announced their plans to commemorate his life's work. An obituary by Simon Green appears in the recent issue,...

Sunday 22 April 2018


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