Events

***COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS: FIELD STUDIES MEETINGS AND LECTURES AT UNIVERSITY OF HULL CURRENTLY POSTPONED. ONLINE LECTURE PROGRAMME CURRENTLY BEING DELIVERED TO ERAS MEMBERS***

ERAS leads and organise activities for those interested in archaeology in our area. Experts are on hand at our monthly field studies meetings to guide members through hands-on activities. During the summer months our experts on occasion offer walks or visits to local sites of archaeological interest.  During the winter months, local and visiting speakers give talks as part of our winter lecture series.

Field studies meetings are usually at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of each month at St Nicholas Community Centre, Holmechurch Lane, Beverley.

Lectures usually start at 7:30pm and are held in the Wilberforce Building, Hull University, Cottingham Road, Hull. There is an entrance fee for non-members of £2.

Additional special events are planned every year to allow members to get to know each other. We also run our own excavations, research and survey projects which members are encouraged to become involved in.

Please use either calendar below to find out more about our events.

  • Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 07:30 PM
    ONLINE PRESENTATION OPEN TO ERAS MEMBERS ONLY

    Dr James Gerrard 'By Gott: The Late Roman Knaresborough Hoard found in 1864'

    In view of the lack of field activity at the moment, and the popularity of the online lecture programme, we have decided to extend the virtual lecture series. Therefore, we are happy to welcome Dr James Gerrard of The University of Newcastle who will present a discussion on the rediscovery, re-evaluation and probable find spot of the Knaresborough Hoard of 1864. The presentation is open to ERAS members only and a digital link will be sent to ERAS members for whom we have email addresses.

  • Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 07:30 PM
    ONLINE PRESENTATION FOR ERAS MEMBERS ONLY

    Dr Sam Moorhead and Dr Andrew Brown: 'Roman Coin Finds Recorded within the Portable Antiquities Scheme from the East Riding and its Hinterland

    In view of the lack of field activity at the moment, and the popularity of the online lecture programme, we have decided to extend the virtual lecture series. The second of these is a presentation by Dr Sam Moorhead and Dr Andrew Brown from the British Museum who will present a discussion on Roman Coin Finds recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme specific to the East Riding and its Hinterland. The presentation is open to ERAS members only and a digital link will be sent to ERAS members for whom we have email addresses.


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