TEESSCAPES Teesside Archaeological Society eNews | Autumn 2013

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  • TEESSCAPES Autumn 2013Society News | 2
  • TAS Lectures | 4
  • Special Feature | 7
    Skeletons in your cupboard?
  • Activities and Events | 10
  • News Roundup | 16
  • Site Notes | 22
  • Browser | 25
  • About TAS and how to join | 26

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TEESSCAPES Teesside Archaeological Society eNews | Summer 2013

The latest edition is out—packed with news and events! Available directly as a PDF download.

  • NAA Excavations at Greatham CreekEditorial Review | Professor Mick Aston in memoriam
  • TAS Lectures | After the summer break, the next lecture is Tue 24 September 7.30pm | How to get to Stockton Library
  • Special Feature | Northern Archaeological Associates report on surprising prehistoric and Roman finds at Greatham Creek in the Tees Estuary
  • Activities & Events | Archaeology Festivals | Fieldwork opportunities | Local and regional conferences, day schools, lectures and exhibitions
  • Site Notes | The latest regional projects and finds | Pipeline Update | Wear Stories
  • News Roundup | Stories and press coverage for our region
  • Browser | The latest recommended Browsing, Listening and Reading items
  • About TAS | Who we are | How to join | eNews Archive

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Search for Mesolithic campsite continues | NE Yorkshire Coast | PastHorizons News

Microburin Goldsborough flint findenjoying lithic finds during 2012 fieldwork at Goldsborough near Whitby on the north-east coast of Yorkshire.

Could this be the site of another Howick or more?

Discover more | Past Horizons article 17-Dec-2012 » | UK Mesolithic Sites and Finds

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Teesside Archaeological Society | eNews | Nov 2012

TAS eNewsThe latest edition is out—packed with news and events!

  • Editorial Review | 2012 Autumn-Winter Programme | 2013 Programme update
  • Activities & Events | November Lecture | Elgee Memorial Lecture | Regional Events
  • Site Notes | Help identify a Durham find | Low Hauxley Heritage Lottery funding
  • Action Stations | Help save the Ackworth Hoard for Yorkshire
  • Browser | This month’s recommended Browsing, Listening and Reading items
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Teesside Archaeological Society | eNews | Oct 2012

TAS eNewsThe latest edition is out—packed with news and events!

  • Editorial Review | Autumn Programme | 2013 AGM | Time called on Time Team
  • Activities & Events | October Lecture : Prof Nicky Milner on the Star Carr Project | Tees Archaeology Day School | Regional Events
  • Site Notes | Crimdon Dene Latest | Bronze Age Wearside | Iron Age Chilton | Roman South Shields Community Archaeology
  • Members’ Voice | TAS Member Chris McLoughlin shares summer heritage travels
  • Browser | This month’s recommended Browsing, Listening and Reading items
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Teesside Archaeological Society | eNews | Sep 2012

TAS eNewsThe latest edition is out—packed with news and events!

  • Tees Archaeology news & project updates
  • November Stockton buildings & history day school | York Archaeology 2012 conference
  • History of British Pottery exhibition opens at Hartlepool – including local finds from the Bronze Age to Medieval
  • Register interest for the new Ure-Swale Archaeology Forum (USAF) | visit the Bronze exhibition at the British Academy of Arts in London – a chance to see the Crosby Garrett Roman Parade Helmet (otherwise held in an anonymous private collection)
  • Loftus Excavation latest news – more Romans in over 5,000 years of north-east heritage – Neolithic mortuary structures, Bronze Age ritual monuments and settlements, an Iron Age village and salt working, now a Romano-British chieftain’s farm with jet working, Anglo-Saxon settlement, cemeteries and a Princess’s bed burial with jewels galore! | What next?

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