02 . 10 . 2015Read More
York Archaeological Trust’s Conservation Team are currently in the process of conserving a gun carriage dating back to 1665. Part of the warship HMS London, which exploded off Southend-on-Sea in Essex, the item has been remarkably well preserved for the last 350 years laying on the sea bed. It was recovered from the Thames Estuary by Historic England, along with Cotswold Archaeology and divers, in August, and was transported to York for year-long conservation work in YAT’s Resource Centre.
15 . 09 . 2015Read More
A number of York’s forty seven Councillors attended a private view of one of the country’s leading archaeological conservation laboratories […]
24 . 08 . 2015Read More
This summer, Allied and German trench systems from the First World War will be built in Pollok Country Park to […]
21 . 08 . 2015Read More
JORVIK Viking Centre has welcomed its 18 millionth visitor through its doors.
11 . 08 . 2015Read More
“Décapitation” by Femme No. 5 – New perfume inspired by historic queen unveiled in York
06 . 07 . 2015Read More
Watch as the skeleton of a warrior from the Middle Ages is installed in minutes at the Richard III Experience, thanks to a time-lapse video.
19 . 06 . 2015Read More
Nottingham Castle will be the scene of a major archaeological dig this summer.