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England, Yorkshire and the Humber, UK wide

CBA Festival of Archaeology - UK wide, online and in person

Council for British Archaeology
92 Micklegate
York

https://www.archaeologyuk.org/festival.html

The CBA Festival of Archaeology incorporates hundreds of in-person and virtual events delivered by community groups, heritage organisations, universities, commercial units, and more.

It promotes involvement in archaeology through flagship days such as “A Day in Archaeology” and “Youth Day” and allows individuals to get involved from wherever they are, all year round, through our wide range of downloadable resources. Through the Festival, the CBA helps over half a million people to participate in archaeology, explore stories of place, and connect with the environment around them.

Each year the Festival has a dynamic and engaging theme. The theme for 2022 is Journeys.

To find out more contact the team at festival@archaeologyuk.org.

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#AskAnArchaeologist Day
The 2022 #AskAnArchaeologist Day will take place on Friday 22 July 2021 - get your questions ready!

#AskAnArchaeologist Day on Twitter is an official part of the CBA Festival of Archaeology and is a chance for people from all over the world to ask archaeologists questions, and an opportunity for archaeologists to share their knowledge.

Anyone with access to Twitter can ask a question using the #AskAnArchaeologist hashtag and any archaeologist who has an answer is encouraged to respond. You can also follow the official #AskAnArchaeologist Day account @AskAnArchDay where the Festival team will be sharing some of the days top Tweets and keeping you up to date with opportunities to put your questions to some of the UK's leading archaeologists.

Free

Children, Family, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

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A Day In Archaeology
Have you ever wondered what archaeologists really do? Do they just dig or are there other aspects to their work?

A Day In Archaeology showcases “a day in the life“ of archaeologists from all over the UK.

Throughout the day archaeologists, heritage professionals, students and volunteers will share blogs talking about a day in their life.

The 2022 A Day In Archaeology event takes place on Friday 29 July.

Free

Children, Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

England, Yorkshire and the Humber, York

Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK

92 Micklegate

https://tinyurl.com/2s3pzdxv

POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

This is a free online event delivered via Zoom by the Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

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Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK
POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

Each year across the UK there are thousands of opportunities to take part in archaeology from the activities of local groups and societies to projects run by organisations such as Archaeology Scotland and the Council for British Archaeology.

Alongside the opportunity to find out more about archaeology, develop new fieldwork and research skills and contribute new knowledge to our understanding of places and experiences, these participatory opportunities often bring a much broader range of benefits to the participants, from improving health and wellbeing, opportunities for informal learning and creative practice, and creating new friendships and a sense of community and place.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Talks:

Jane Miller, Learning Officer, Archaeology Scotland - Lifelong Learning in Lockdown (Scotland)

CAER Heritage - ‘We dig Caerau!’ Cardiff’s Hidden Hillfort and the power of community archaeology (Wales)

Mapping Monuments - Mapping Monuments: a community heritage project on the landscape legacies of the Ordnance Survey (Northern Ireland)

Petuaria ReVisited - Exploring Roman Brough, East Yorkshire (England)

For full details of each of speakers presentations and to register to attend please visit Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk-tickets-344851920377.

Alternatively, you can find out more and register for the event via the CBA website at https://www.archaeologyuk.org/get-involved/events-and-activities/event-calendar/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk.html.

Free

Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30 Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30

Adults

North Ireland, Derry and Strabane, Limavady

Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK

Bellarena

https://tinyurl.com/2s3pzdxv

POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

This is a free online event delivered via Zoom by the Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Digital offers

Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK
POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

Each year across the UK there are thousands of opportunities to take part in archaeology from the activities of local groups and societies to projects run by organisations such as Archaeology Scotland and the Council for British Archaeology.

Alongside the opportunity to find out more about archaeology, develop new fieldwork and research skills and contribute new knowledge to our understanding of places and experiences, these participatory opportunities often bring a much broader range of benefits to the participants, from improving health and wellbeing, opportunities for informal learning and creative practice, and creating new friendships and a sense of community and place.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Talks:

Jane Miller, Learning Officer, Archaeology Scotland - Lifelong Learning in Lockdown (Scotland)

CAER Heritage - ‘We dig Caerau!’ Cardiff’s Hidden Hillfort and the power of community archaeology (Wales)

Mapping Monuments - Mapping Monuments: a community heritage project on the landscape legacies of the Ordnance Survey (Northern Ireland)

Petuaria ReVisited - Exploring Roman Brough, East Yorkshire (England)

For full details of each of speakers presentations and to register to attend please visit Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk-tickets-344851920377.

Alternatively, you can find out more and register for the event via the CBA website at https://www.archaeologyuk.org/get-involved/events-and-activities/event-calendar/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk.html.

Free

Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30 Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30

Adults

Scotland, Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen

Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2020

University of Aberdeen
King's College,
Aberdeen,
AB24 3FX

Archaeological Research in Progress is a national conference organised each year by Archaeology Scotland and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, supported by Historic Environment Scotland.

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Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2020
The Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2020 took place online and all the talks can be watched on the Archaeology Scotland YouTube channel.

Talks and speakers:

8000 years of archaeology at Aden, Mintlaw – Alison Cameron (Cameron Archaeology)

Excavation at Tap O’Noth Hillfort, Aberdeenshire – James O’Driscoll (University of Aberdeen)

Historic Carvings on Mither Tap, Bennachie – Moira Blackmore (University of Aberdeen)

Ancestor or adversary? Understanding the six-headed medieval burials from St Colman’s Church, Portmahomack – Cecily Spall (FAS Heritage)

Fish and Picts: Symbols and subsistence in early Medieval Scotland – Dr Kate Britton (University of Aberdeen)

The Hill of the People of Ce: Recent Excavation at The Mither Tap, Bennachie–Professor Gordon Noble (University of Aberdeen)

Battle Hill, Huntly–Dr Murray Cook (Rampart Scotland) A Chip off the Old Block – Sheila Duthie & Irvine Ross (Mesolithic Deeside)

A Portrait of Life and Death in Aberdeen – Excavations at Aberdeen Art Gallery – Steven Watt (AOC Archaeology)

Free

Adults

Scotland, Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen

Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2021

University of Aberdeen
King's College,
Aberdeen,
AB24 3FX

Archaeological Research in Progress is a national conference organised each year by Archaeology Scotland and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, supported by Historic Environment Scotland.

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Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2021
For this year’s ARP conference, the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and Archaeology Scotland are proud to present 13 recorded talks covering several different aspects of Scottish archaeology. From cutting-edge fieldwork in Shetland to community archaeology and volunteering in Dumfries & Galloway and more.

Session 1: Museums, Archives and More

Abercromby Emeritus Professor Ian Ralston, President of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, in the Chair

‘A roof o’er their heads’: The Archaeology of Achtriachtan Township in Glencoe – Derek Alexander and Daniel Rhodes

Clachtoll Broch: Stories from the Artefacts – Dr Andrew Heald

Tackling 40 years of the Kirkdale Archaeological Archive for Historic Environment Scotland – Sam Mills and Dr Audrey Scardina

Doon the Watter: Roman Ports, Forts & Camps in 1st Century Scotland – Dr Andrew Tibbs

Feeding the Herd from the Sea: Cattle Foddering at Neolithic Jarlshof – Dr Roz Gillis

Museum Collections Rediscovered: From Egypt to Aberdeen – Dr Abeer Eladany

Session 2: Community-Led Archaeology

Dr Alison Sheridan, Vice-President of Archaeology Scotland in the Chair

Returning a Benin Bronze – Neil Curtis

Understanding Scottish Prehistoric Carvings: The Contribution of Scotland’s Rock Art Project – Joana Valdez-Tullett, Linda Marie Bjerketvedt, Tertia Barnett, Stuart Jeffrey & Guillaume Robin

Lephin: A Community-led Excavation of a Norse and Medieval Farm on the Isle of Mull – Dr Clare Ellis

‘Choost an Owld Pile o’ Ston’?’ The Value of Archaeology to Caithness – Kenneth McElroy

A Volunteer-led Hunt for the Lost Wells of Galloway – Claire Williamson

Reassessing the Battle of May Island: Comparing Wreck Data with Official Accounts and Survivors’ Testimony – Ben Saunders

Community Archaeology from a Distance – Charlotte Douglas

Free

Adults

Scotland, East Lothian, Musselburgh

Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK

Suite 1a, Stuart House, Eskmills, Station Road
EH21 7PB Musselburgh, East Lothian

POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

This is a free online event delivered via Zoom by the Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations, we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Digital offers

Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK
POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

Each year across the UK there are thousands of opportunities to take part in archaeology from the activities of local groups and societies to projects run by organisations such as Archaeology Scotland and the Council for British Archaeology.

Alongside the opportunity to find out more about archaeology, develop new fieldwork and research skills and contribute new knowledge to our understanding of places and experiences, these participatory opportunities often bring a much broader range of benefits to the participants, from improving health and wellbeing, opportunities for informal learning and creative practice, and creating new friendships and a sense of community and place.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Talks:

Jane Miller, Learning Officer, Archaeology Scotland - Lifelong Learning in Lockdown (Scotland)

CAER Heritage - ‘We dig Caerau!’ Cardiff’s Hidden Hillfort and the power of community archaeology (Wales)

Mapping Monuments - Mapping Monuments: a community heritage project on the landscape legacies of the Ordnance Survey (Northern Ireland)

Petuaria ReVisited - Exploring Roman Brough, East Yorkshire (England)

For full details of each of speakers presentations and to register to attend please visit Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk-tickets-344851920377.

Alternatively, you can find out more and register for the event via the CBA website at https://www.archaeologyuk.org/get-involved/events-and-activities/event-calendar/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk.html.

Free

Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30

Adults

Scotland, Glasgow City, Southside

The World’s Game: Archaeology and Football at Cathkin Park

Cathkin Park, Cathcart Road, Glasgow G42 8BB

https://www.refugeefestivalscotland.co.uk/events/the-worlds-game-archaeology-and-football-at-cathkin

The event is hosted by Archaeology Scotland for Refugee Festival Scotland.

About Refugee Festival Scotland:

Refugee Festival Scotland takes place every year in the lead up to World Refugee Day, on 20 June. Each event helps to shine a light on the cultural richness and diversity of our communities. It is a celebration of the food and drink, music and poetry, art, dance, language and ideas that people bring with them when they settle in Scotland.

About Archaeology Scotland:

Archaeology Scotland organizes and runs community archaeology and heritage projects that seek to improve the mental and physical well-being of participants and bring people and communities together.

Open house

The World’s Game: Archaeology and Football at Cathkin Park
Archaeology Scotland is hosting a fun and interactive open day at our excavation of Cathkin Park football stadium in Glasgow’s Southside.

We will be running tours, survey workshops, artefact handling workshops and talks to tell the story of the fascinating and diverse history of football in Glasgow. There will also be an opportunity for people to participate in the archaeological dig.

Come on down and help us uncover a lost football stadium and participate in some fun and exciting archaeological activities!

Interested?

To book your place, please email k.manchip@archaeologyscotland.org.uk
Période(s) archéologique(s) :

Modern era, Contemporary period

Free

Sunday 19 June de 10:30 à 15:30

Children, Family, Adults, General public

Scotland, Hébrides extérieures, Isle of Lewis

Dun Carloway and Iron Age architectural traditions in the Outer Hebrides

Urras Nan Tursachan, Calanais Trust
Calanais

https://calanais.org/

This lecture was organised by Urras Nan Tursachan, the Calanais Trust for Scottish Archaeology Month 2021, with support from Archaeology Scotland.

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Dun Carloway and Iron Age architectural traditions in the Outer Hebrides
Dr John Barber gives an extensive insight into how the imposing broch at Dun Carloway, and other Iron Age buildings in the Outer Hebrides, were built and used.

Dr Barber, who presented the prestigious Rhind Lectures to the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 2018, studied prehistoric drystone building techniques for his Doctorate at the University of Edinburgh. He has experimentally recreated part of a broch in Caithness and Assynt.

This lecture explores the skills of the Iron Age people who built Dun Carloway and other buildings and shows how some buildings were used to show off the power and authority of their occupants. It also reminds us of how many of our prehistoric buildings are in danger of destruction from coastal erosion.

Free

Adults

Scotland, Scottish Borders, Hawick

Stobs Military Camp Project

Stobs TD9 9UQ

http://www.stobscamp.org/

The Stobs Military Camp Project (4 miles south of Hawick in the Scottish Borders) is an internationally important First World War site. It was an arena for Scotland's preparation for war and the subsequent handling of First World War prisoners, both civilian and military.

This community project aims to better understand Stobs Camp and the role it played, to value, share and commemorate Stobs and the people connected to it and to protect it for future generations.

Browse the online exhibition and explore the many other resources on the project website.

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Behind the Wire: Civilian Internment in the British Empire, 1914-1919
We are delighted to be able to share with you the material from ‘Behind the Wire: Civilian Internment in the British Empire, 1914-1919’. Here is Prof Stefan Manz, Academic Lead, to introduce the exhibition:

“We are very pleased to put our exhibition ‘Behind the Wire’ online for everyone to enjoy. Our initial plan was to wait until all public venues had finished their showings – but then COVID-19 came along and led to the closure of museums, libraries and other public spaces. In this difficult time, it is all the more important that all of us have access to culture and heritage.

If anything, the current lockdown has shown how relevant it is to study First World War internment. Many people worldwide are experiencing issues that are strikingly similar to those shown in the exhibition: enforced social disconnection, worries about the future, boredom, anxiety, disruption of professional life. However, the exhibition also demonstrates that it is possible to avoid the depressive ‘Barbed Wire Disease’ through cultural and physical activity. This will throw a different light on everyone’s personal coping strategies in lockdown.

By browsing through the panels you will be in good company. Since November 2018 the exhibition has been seen by over 20,000 visitors in public venues across the UK, Ireland, Canada, the United States and South Africa. We hope you will now enjoy the online experience just as much as a visit to your local museum.”

Free

Adults, General public

Wales, Cardiff, South Glamorgan

Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK

Cardiff

https://tinyurl.com/2s3pzdxv

POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

This is a free online event delivered via Zoom by the Council for British Archaeology and Archaeology Scotland.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Digital offers

Celebrating participatory archaeology across the UK
POSTPONED - we are sorry to have to postpone this event. This event will be updated with details of the new date as soon as possible.

Each year across the UK there are thousands of opportunities to take part in archaeology from the activities of local groups and societies to projects run by organisations such as Archaeology Scotland and the Council for British Archaeology.

Alongside the opportunity to find out more about archaeology, develop new fieldwork and research skills and contribute new knowledge to our understanding of places and experiences, these participatory opportunities often bring a much broader range of benefits to the participants, from improving health and wellbeing, opportunities for informal learning and creative practice, and creating new friendships and a sense of community and place.

Join us for a celebration of participatory archaeology as we hear from speakers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England delivering a range of diverse and dynamic projects and activities all designed to help more people participate in archaeology. Following the presentations we will have time for questions and will share some top tips on how to find opportunities to participate in archaeology in your local area.

Talks:

Jane Miller, Learning Officer, Archaeology Scotland - Lifelong Learning in Lockdown (Scotland)

CAER Heritage - ‘We dig Caerau!’ Cardiff’s Hidden Hillfort and the power of community archaeology (Wales)

Mapping Monuments - Mapping Monuments: a community heritage project on the landscape legacies of the Ordnance Survey (Northern Ireland)

Petuaria ReVisited - Exploring Roman Brough, East Yorkshire (England)

For full details of each of speakers presentations and to register to attend please visit Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk-tickets-344851920377.

Alternatively, you can find out more and register for the event via the CBA website at https://www.archaeologyuk.org/get-involved/events-and-activities/event-calendar/celebrating-participatory-archaeology-across-the-uk.html.

Free

Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30 Friday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30

Adults, General public

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