Coppergate bookYork Archaeological Trust has a long-standing track record of in-house publication including  over 60 volumes in its internationally-renowned series, The Archaeology of York, its Oral History Series, and its twice-yearly magazine, Northern Archaeology Today, which covers news about discoveries and activities of York Archaeological Trust. These offer a wide range of information for educational and archaeological research, for public interest and the wider dissemination of archaeological and historical knowledge.

Publications are available to purchase by clicking on the option to the left, however, many past issues no longer in print, can now be downloaded free of charge below.

Anglo-Scandinavian Occupation at 16-22 Coppergate Supplements

Appendix 2: Osteological Analysis by Malin Holst, York Osteoarchaeology Ltd

Appendix 3: Tree-Ring analysis of the Anglo-Scandinavian Oak Timbers by Cathy Tyers and Jennifer Hillam

Appendix 4: The Woodworking Technology of the Anglo-Scandinavian Timbers from 16-22 Coppergate by S.J. Allen

National Archaeology Today

Issue 1: Pittentian, Eastern Moors & Nottingham’s Caves

Issue 2: Bru na Boinne & York’s Guildhall

Issue 3: York Minster, Nottingham, Brigg Raft & Hungate

Issue 4: Arrochar, Templeborough & Lenton Priory

Issue 5: St John the Baptist, Hungate, Glenshee, Charles St. Sheffield & Clifton Park & Ride

Issue 6: Carl Wark, Knavesmire, Octon & Markeaton Hall


Issue 1: 3 Driffield Terrace, York: Vertebrate remains analysis by Alison Foster

Issue 2: St Leonard’s Hospital, York: Environmental sample flotation assessment by Clark Innes and Alan Wood with Jennifer Miller, Northlight Heritage

Issue 3: 6 Driffield Terrace, York: Vertabrate remains analysis by Alison Foster and Deborah Jaques

Yorkshire Archaeology Today

No. 12: Hungate, Seal of an Horologiarius & Burials and Buildings in Silver Street

No. 16: Britain’s Oldest Brain, Hungate & Medieval Piers

No. 17: Dating the Roman Defences, Heslington Brain & Industrial Hungate

No. 18: Hungate: its third year, JORVIK: its third incarnation & Buildings of Yorkshire

No. 19: ‘Viking’ Gold, Back to Blossom Street, Kirkby Overblow & ArcHeritage: YAT in South Yorkshire

No. 20: Hungate Update, Conisbrough & Micklegate Bar and the Battle of Towton

The Archaeology of York

Volume 2/2: Historical Sources after AD 1100 – York Bridgemasters’ Accounts translated by Philip M. Stell

Volume 8/2: Anglo-Scandinavian York – St Mary Bishophill Junior and St Mary Castlegate by L.P. Wenham, R.A. Hall, C. M. Briden and D. A Stocker

Volume 12/1: The Medieval Cemeteries – The Cemetery of St Helen-on-the-Walls, Aldwark by Jean D. Dawes and J.R. Magilton

Volume 16/1: The Pottery – Selected Pottery Groups AD 650-1780 by Jane Holdsworth

Volume 17/1: The Small Finds –  Finds from a Roman Sewer System and an Adjacent Building in Church Street by Arthur MacGregor

Volume 17/14: The Small Finds – Crafts, Industry and Everyday Life: Finds from Anglo-Scandinavian York by A.J. Mainman and N.S.H. Rogers

Volume 17/15: The Small Finds – Crafts, Industry and Everyday Life: Finds from Medieval York by Patrick Ottaway and Nicola Rogers

Volume 17/16: The Small Finds – Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York by Ouita Mould, Ian Carlisle and Esther Cameron


Whithorn 6: The 1993 Excavations at Whithorn Priory, 1995 by Dave Pollock

Report Number AYW10: Archaeological Investivations at Fey Field, Whithorn – Principal Authors J.M. McComish and D. Petts


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