New Routes to the Past: discoveries by road and light rail scheme archaeology in Ireland
'The East Coast War Channels in the First World War'
The rise and fall of the late Iron Age royal site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire
Dacre, Cumbria, the early medieval monastery described by the Venerable Bede
3 pm lectures by early career archaeologists from the University of York: Dr Fabrizio Galeazzi, Dr Benjamin Elliott and Dr James Taylor.
The Institute's 2016 Conference, The Neolithic of Northern England, based at Tullie House Museum, Carlisle is FULLY BOOKED.
Portals to the Past. Controlling risk and maximising benefit on the Crossrail Archaeology Programme
Bookings are being taken for the Autumn visit to Knole House and Park, 1st October.
There are spaces available to attend the Summer Meeting in Wiltshire.
The Annual General Meeting will begin at 4.45 p.m. followed by the 5 p.m. President's lecture, 'The making of the southern English landscape: a prehistorian's view'.
The booking deadline for the Spring Meeting to the Vale of Glamorgan is the 30 April.
The booking deadline for the Summer Meeting to Wiltshire is the 10 April.
A lecture by Dr Andy M. Jones of the Cornwall Archaeological Unit detailing the discovery of artefacts and an intact burial within a cist at Whitehorse Hill, Dartmoor.
Steffie Shields will discuss the ingenuity of Brown. ‘Moving Heaven & Earth’ salutes a driven polymath, a man of science and an artist with the eye of faith who ranks alongside Constable and Turner in the national psyche. The lecture will begin at 5 p.m.
The deadline for our 2016 research grant application is the 11th January 2016.
Dr Rebecca Jones from Historic Environment Scotland will discuss Roman Camps in Britain, which have been the bridesmaid in studies of the Roman army – "known unknowns" until relatively recently.
Our lecture programme for 2015-16 is now online. The first lecture will be given on the 14th October by Tony Wilmott on 'The Whitby Abbey Headland: 21 years of archaeological endeavour'.