York Archaeological Trust

York Archaeological Trust
47 Aldwark
York
North Yorkshire
YO1 7BX
England

Website

www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk

E-mail

enquiries@yorkarchaeology.co.uk

Telephone

01904 663000

Fax

01904 663024

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York Archaeological Trust is a registered museum. Our professionally accredited team has over 30 years experience in investigating buildings, landscapes and buried remains. With a number of nationally recognised specialists and a wide network of contacts and associates, we offer a complete package of expertise - from advice to investigation, from excavation to conservation, from publication to display.

Venue Type:

Museum, Archaeological site

Opening hours

See website for details

Admission charges

See website for details

Collection details

Archaeology

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Artefacts Alive!

http://www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk/artefacts/childrens/kidsframeset-1.htm

Beneath houses and pavements, fields and country roads lie buried clues to our past —, objects lost or discarded by countless generations. Each has secrets to reveal...
We see these objects on display in museums or illustrated in books but a lot has happened to them since they re-emerged from the soil.
Share with us the thrill of discovery. Take a glimpse behind the scenes to see how artefacts can come alive.

Multicultural York: the Anglo-Saxons (AD400-866)

http://www.mylearning.org/overview.asp?journeyid=191

How an abandoned Roman city of York was gradually repopulated and became known throughout Europe as a centre of Christianity, learning and trade, resulting in the Anglo-Saxon period seeing enormous changes in language and culture.

Publisher

  • This resource was produced as part of the MLA-funded My Learning project.
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