The ever popular Petuaria Revisited excavation project continues this summer and ERAS members have been invited to participate. This ongoing community and wellbeing archaeology charity project is 100% free and will be running from 9th to 23rd July. No prior experience is required as training and equipment will be provided. Please email [email protected] to register interest or get further details. Follow their Facebook page for regular information and updates - or catch up with excavation news from previous years.
Please take a moment to visit our Events page to add some exciting new Field Studies events to your diaries for the coming year - the first of which takes place Wednesday 1 June at our usual location at St Nicholas Community Church Hall, Holmechurch Lane, Beverley at the earlier time of 6.30 pm. Dr Malin Holst has kindly agreed to host an evening talking about and demonstrating elements of her work as an Osteoarchaeologist. We look forward to seeing you there!
TO BE HELD LIVE AT LT1, WILBERFORCE BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF HULL. ALSO SCREENED LIVE DIGITALLY FOR THOSE NOT WISHING TO ATTEND IN PERSON
Our January lecture will take place at 7.30 pm on 19 January 2022 and will be presented by Arran Johnson of York Archaeology (formerly York Archaeological Trust). He will be detailing his work on excavations in Beverley - with the working title 'Hearth and Home: Excavations at Keldgate Manor, Beverley. After a very long break from delivering presentations to a physical audience we are happy that Arran will be the first to present his work and answer questions from our members. For those unwilling or unable to attend we are happy to announce that the lecture will be live-screened digitally and an email will follow with a link to join the event on the evening. (show less)
Just a reminder that our Field Studies Programme does not run in January.
Our next meeting will be Wednesday 2 February 2022 - we look forward to seeing you there.