The York Archaeology Conference 2023 was held on Saturday 18 November.
This year’s presentations included:
- Ben Savine, York Archaeology: York Guildhall Excavation, Analysis and findings: the Romano-British remains
- John Oxley: Coney Street investigations
- Paul Flintoft and John Schofield, York Archaeology and University of York: Investigating microplastic pollution and sub-surface hydrology affecting archaeological sediments in York
- Steve Moorhose: Dunnington
- Catrina Appleby: Acaster, the camp by the river, new research at Acaster Malbis
- Paul Howlett, York Archaeology: Recent excavations at Micklegate
- Paul Durdin: Iron Age Wheldrake and what happened when the Romans came
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York Archaeology Conference 2022
You can watch the 2022 talks on YouTube. The talks provided an overview of recent and ongoing projects, including:
- archaeological work in response to development within the city
- new research into the city’s Roman past
- management of the City Walls
- the new visitor experience and interpretation at Clifford’s Tower
To view the individual presentations on YouTube, click on the links below:
- Introduction and welcome
- York Archaeology - recent archaeological work in York
- MAP Archaeological Practice Ltd - update on work at Marygate and other sites
- Tetra Tech/On-Site Archaeology - recent archaeological work at York Central [Apologies - due to a technical issue a short section of audio is missing from the start of this presentation]
- Questions session 1
- Professor Martin Millett, University of Cambridge - Roman York Beneath the Streets: first results
- York Archaeology/AOC - Beneath the Streets: The City of York Deposit Model Project
- Questions session 2
- City Walls Manager, City of York Council - York City Walls
- English Heritage - Clifford’s Tower refurbishment
- Questions session 3
York Archaeology Conference 2021
Links to the 2021 talks can be found in the blog section of the Historic Environment Record.
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