Unlocking Swinton’s Roman Past

Background: Roman Yorkshire The South Yorkshire region is generally overlooked in terms of Roman occupation and Roman archaeological remains. Heavy industrialisation of certain areas of...

BABAO Conference 2014

16th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology The Department of Archaeology at Durham University will be holding the BABAO conference...

Early Medieval Monasticism in the North Sea Zone: New Research and...

Early Medieval Monasticism in the North Sea Zone: New Research and Fresh Perspectives Friday 24th - Sunday 26th April 2015, University of Kent, Canterbury The aim of the...

Making the Most of Film and Video in Archaeology

Despite the fact that archaeologists have experimented with various forms of filmmaking for a century we are still yet to develop a pragmatic approach...

Heritage Jam 2014 – a gallery of talent

The goal of The Heritage Jam is and was an initiative to bring people together to design and create forward-thinking pieces of heritage visualisation. The...
Divers using the Iona II underwater guides, by Richard Holden (Severnside Sub Aqua Club)

Divers Can Participate in Preserving 151 Year old Gun Runner Wreck

  The Iona II had only been launched seven months earlier and had already had an eventful life. Initially built as a fast and luxurious...

Organic Residue Analysis and Pottery Production Sites Training Session in York

On Thursday 23 March Ashley Tuck and Jess Tibber from the Wessex Archaeology Sheffield Office attended a Historic England Heritage Practice programme addressing Organic Residue...

Society for Clay Pipe Research Conference 2013

TThe annual conference usually comprises one day of lectures on local pipemakers and / or recent research and the second day with a field...

Free conference for teachers – Durham Uni

Free conference for teachers taking place at Durham University http://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/forteachers/ConferenceProgramme.pdf Free conference for teachers taking place at Durham University on 19th – 20th July this year....

Free training places at Folkstone Fieldschool

Great news from the Canterbury Archaeological Trust. Due to a generous grant by the Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, they are able to offer a...