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Interested in local archaeology?

October 16, 2016

Then perhaps South Yorkshire Archaeology Day on Saturday 19 November 2016 is for you?  This years SYAD organised by the South Yorkshire Archaeological Sevice is to be held at the Showroom Cinema in Pasternoster Row in Sheffield.

An interesting programme is offered including:

Oliver Jessop, The Jessop Consultancy
Recording Birch Hall, Sheffield: The secrets behind the pebbledash
Max Stubbings, MAP Archaeological Practice Ltd.
Manor Farm, Bessacarr: Investigating a multiperiod landscape
Bill Bevan, inHeritage
“Hands on History”: Community archaeology in Barnsley
Jeremy Freeston/Tim Sutherland, Dragonshead Productions Ltd.
“Medieval Dead”: Filming the story of Carl Wark
Kevin Mounsey, Wardell Armstrong Archaeology
Excavating Nether Mill, Penistone
Glyn Davies, ArcHeritage
Against The Flow? Recording works to weirs on the River Don
Tom Brindle, University of Reading
Rural Settlement in Roman South Yorkshire
Patrick Daniel, Wessex Archaeology
Balby Carr & Rossington: Excavating Iron Age & Roman period settlements

£13 charge (£7 concessions).  For full details and booking form click here.

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