Exploring the archaeology of Yorkshire landscapes:
a conference inspired by Tony Pacitto (1931- 2003) – archaeologist, photographer, air photographer, excavator, geophysicist & metal detectorist
Saturday 6 April 2019
10 am – 4.30 pm
VENUE: Byron & Austen Blake Rooms, Canham Turner Building, University of Hull, Cottingham Road, HULL, HU67RX ( Different postcode for Inglemire Lane entrance and carparks HU68JG ). The building has disabled parking and access with lift to the first floor rooms.
Conference organised by the Prehistory Research Section of the Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society, in association with the University of Hull and East Riding Archaeological Society, ERAS.
Papers will focus on landscapes within the East Riding of Yorkshire and parts of North Yorkshire, reviewing techniques for revealing archaeological sites from prehistory through to the medieval period. There will be some new insights into Iron Age chariot burials and the later prehistoric settlement of the Wolds. Download a full programme here.
TICKETS: Pre-booked tickets only. Booking closes 26th March 2019. £12 (includes morning & afternoon tea/ coffee) or, £20 (additionally includes buffet lunch).
PAYMENT: To pay online via PayPal follow this link to the YAHS Conferences page; scroll down to the Button at the bottom of that page. To pay by cheque download a booking form here.
MORE INFORMATION on travel, parking and accommodation can be found here.
CAMPUS MAP of the University of Hull can be downloaded here.