Looking Back at Hungate
The Hungate Excavation includes the largest ever archaeological excavation in York and is one of the biggest developer-led projects in the U.K. These videos show specialists talking about the exacavtion and some of the finds currently on display in YAT’s DIG attraction.
For more information on the Hungate excavations click here.
Medieval PotteryIn this video, Dr Ailsa Mainman gives a talk on the different types of pottery found during the Hungate excavations.
Describing the ExcavationPam White describes what it was like being part of the Hungate excavations and talks through some of the Victoria-age artefacts discovered on site.
Analysing a Roman SkeletonMalin Holst of York Osteoarchaeology Ltd, analyses a Roman-age, male skeleton aged 36 and 45 years old, on display in our 'Looking Back at Hungate' exhibition.
The ArtefactsNicky Rogers, an Artefact Researcher for York Archaeological Trust, looks at some of the artefacts discovered during the Hungate Excavations currently on display in the 'Looking Back at Hungate' exhibition.