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Since 1863

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Programme 2022: Key events

Prehistory Research Section events:


3rd December Christmas meeting.
Recent Advances in our understanding of the Neolithic in north-west and south-west England.
Two talks:
Dr Gill Hey - 'New research on the Neolithic of North-West England'.
Dr Jodie Lewis - 'New research on the Neolithic of South-West England'.


Possible Archaeological Events for Your Diary:

PLEASE NOTE: The following events have been advised. Due to the uncertainties in Covid-19 regulations, members should personally check the organisers to confirm these events.
12-13th November 2022: Bronze Age Forum, Cambridge


Guest Lectures (open to all)  

At Bradford University 5.15pm in the Richmond Building.

  • Info TBA

At Kings Manor, York 1pm in F133

  • Info TBA


Please note - Your E-Mail Address:

The majority of members now receive their notices and newsflashes electronically. If your contact details have changed, please let me know, so that our address list remains up-to-date. If you wish to change the way you receive your section information, please drop me a line - either by email, or by post :  John Cruse,  3 Ellicott Court,  Park Road,  Menston,  LS29 6PA

Above programme updated 01 August 2022



YAHS PRS March AGM and Talk - Beverley Still, Durham University: ‘Exploring the Prehistoric Landscape of the Greta Valley’

  • Posted On: 6 March 2022

Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society

Saturday 26th March 2022 Talk at 2pm followed by AGM at c.3.15pm

Live talk delivered online via Zoom Prehistory Research Section

Beverley Still, Durham University Exploring the Prehistoric Landscape of the Greta Valley

Beverley Still, a PhD student at Durham University, is Project Director of a community project funded by the Society of Antiquaries and the Royal Archaeological Institute: ‘Exploring the Prehistoric Landscape of Upper Teesdale’. This talk will focus on results from the Greta Valley, following geophysical survey across 45ha south of the River Greta and excavations in
July 2021, which revealed late prehistoric finds and structures, including a burnt mound. Her research will explore how the Gilmonby Late Bronze Age metalwork hoard and two other hoards fit within the context of this rich prehistoric landscape. Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society

Talk open to all. AGM for PRS members only.

Registration required. For registration instructions see flyer here.

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