The 2021 Archaeology Conference was held virtually on Saturday 13 November to an international audience.
7 talks were heard on a wide range of topics including archaeological excavations, community and academic projects.
All talks were recorded and can now be viewed through the City of York Council's YouTube channel.
They can be viewed through the following links:
- York Guildhall: Excavating during the pandemic (YouTube video) Use the HER map to explore the Guildhall and reports for this area. Additional reports will be added to the HER when received.
- Historic England - Bootham Crescent (YouTube video) See the HER for planning related reports submitted so far Desk-Based Assessment & Geophysical Survey
- York City Walls: Archaeology and Conservation at Tower Two (YouTube video) See Tower Two for links to related reports
- MAP: Jorvik Hotel Marygate Excavations (YouTube video) See the HER for report on Evaluation. Additional reports will be added to the HER when received.
- YAT: Archaeology on Prescription: improving wellbeing for the people of York (YouTube video) See also York Archaeology website
- The York - Dublin Axis Project (YouTube video)
If you are interested in joining York Archaeological Forum please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The forum meet quarterly to discuss archaeological and related matters connected to the city.
The 2022 Archaeology Conference will be held on November 19 2022 and is likely to be a hybrid virtual and in-person event at West Offices. Keep checking www.york.gov.uk/archaeologyconference for details.