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
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
The Legions of Rome return to invade the ancient city of York this summer for the annual Eboracum Roman Festival.
From 31 May – 2 June, Roman Eboracum comes to life in the beautiful York...
Saturday 01 June 2019
As George Redmonds is remembered this week, we've been looking back at the circumstances that led into the Yorkshire Historic Dictionary project, now so well advanced. Brian Barber reminded me about the initial spark: in...
Sunday 26 August 2018
If you've not yet visited the YIHO (Yorkshire Industrial Heritage Online) site, you must. It's just hit 4,000 entries. It is like a Wiki, but with quality control. Dozens of industrial history enthusiasts, from YAHS and affiliated groups...
Thursday 23 August 2018
With great sadness I report the death of Dr George Redmonds, famed for his work on Yorkshire dialect, surnames and placenames. He died on Friday, aged 82. The funeral is at St. John's Church, Lepton, on Wednesday 29th August at...
Wednesday 15 August 2018
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