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31st May 2014, Manvers Campus, Dearne Valley College, Wath-Upon-Dearne.



SPEAKERS

Christine Rawson and Alex Sotheran (Elmet Archaeological Services Ltd.)

Elmet 2013 Roundup/New Projects for 2014


David Mennear (These Bones of Mine)

Blogging Archaeology Online: thoughts and reflections on the rise of internet archaeology


Peter Clegg (Wentworth Castle Gardens)

Wentworth Castle Gardens - Restoration in Action


Andrew Whitham and Catie Evans (South Yorkshire Buildings Preservation Trust, on behalf of the Sheffield General Cemetery Trust)

The death of a good idea; Sheffield's lost subterranean Valhalla


Dr. Rachel Reader (Centre for Applied Archaeology, The University of Salford)

Liberating the Lock-Up: the excavations of New Bailey Prison, Salford, Greater Manchester


Victoria Donnelly (The University of Oxford)

A study in grey: archaeological landscapes and grey literature in England


Colin Merrony (The University of Sheffield)

It’s good to be chief and get what you want: Glimpsing industrial specialisation and exchange in Premonstratensian monasteries


Andy Gaunt (Mercian Archaeological Services CIC)

The Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project


Jessica Bryan (Museum of London Archaeology)

Beyond the Temple of Mithras: MOLA's Excavations at Bloomberg, London


David Connolly (British Archaeological Jobs Resource)

Climbing over the Ramparts


Dr. Campbell Price (Manchester Museum)

Egyptian Mummies in the Museum: Authenticity, Curiosity and Revulsion


Prof. Joann Fletcher and Dr. Stephen Buckley (The University of York)

Hands off' the dead: a current approach to scientific research


STALLS

Wentworth Castle Gardens

Kate Adelade Archaeological Illustration

ON Books

Dearne Valley Archaeology Group

The Rothwell Charnel Chapel Project

Archaeological Services WYAS (West Yorkshire Archaeological Services)


DEARNE VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGY DAY 2014