Illustrated Talks

There are currently 39 Illustrated Talks/ Presentations available which allow your group to discover more about the  archaeology and history of York, Yorkshire and the East Riding, and are held at your venue.

Eboracum to York
Discover how the city of York has developed from its Roman origins to the present day The Romans established a
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Walk Around The Walls
Take a walk around the walls whilst sitting down!   York City Walls  cover a distance of approx. 2.5 miles.
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What did the Iron Age Leave (for us to find)
Find out what evidence of the Iron Age occupation has been revealed by archaeologists, particularly in Yorkshire and the East Riding. How does
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What did the Vikings Leave (for us to find)
Find out what evidence of the Viking occupation has been revealed by archaeologists, particularly in York, Yorkshire and the East
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Archaeology Along the A63
Looking at the section of the A63 between Howden and Hull we find out about the archaeological discoveries which are helping us to understand
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What did the Normans Leave (for us to find)
Find out what evidence of the Norman occupation has been revealed by archaeologists, particularly in the York, Yorkshire and the East
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Trials and Executions at York
This is currently the most popular talk The main section of the talk looks at where the prisons and gallows
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What did the Medieval Period Leave (for us to find)
Find out what evidence of the Medieval occupation has been revealed by archaeologists, particularly in the York, Yorkshire and the East Riding. How
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Lendal Bridge, York
Find out about the story behind one of the bridges which crosses over the River Ouse in York. The story begins
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Clues at Foot Level
As we hurry through the streets of York, as a visitor or resident we may miss the hidden secrets at
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York through the Eyes of the Historians
As York has developed through the centuries and buildings have been demolished to be replaced by new ones, the historians and
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A Day In the Life Of An Archaeologist
Discover what happens from planning to report writing Today most archaeological sites are chosen because an Archaeological Condition has been added
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