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Research by University of York staff and students has contributed to a project by Durham University, identifying pauper apprentices in rural post-medieval Yorkshire.
Posted on 5 December 2023
Professor John Schofield, of the University of York, has been invited to deliver the prestigious 2023-24 Dalrymple Lectures in Glasgow.
It is with great sadness that we write with news of the recent passing of Penelope Walton Rogers, a long-time friend, collaborator and Honorary Visiting Fellow of the department
Posted on 29 November 2023
The University of York’s Archeology Data Service has been accredited by The National Archives, the first digital-only archive to receive the award.
Posted on 23 November 2023
The former BA Historical Archaeology and MA Medieval Archaeology student has published a book on the history and archaeology of the Isle of Axholme in northwestern Lincolnshire.
Posted on 21 November 2023
Digital Archaeology MSc student Benedict Dyson worked with archaeologists at the Environment agency to create a 3D model of Bransholme Castle for an interpretation board.
Posted on 9 November 2023
Researchers in the department of Archaeology conduct the first large-scale investigation into the eating habits of the Guarani.
For many people seaweed holds a reputation as a superfood, heralded for its health benefits and sustainability, but it appears our European ancestors were ahead of the game and were consuming the nutrient-rich plant for thousands of years.
Posted on 18 October 2023