A Day in the Life of an Archaeologist

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By Karen Adams,

A Commercial Archaeologist from York

Discover the work of an archaeological contractor from planning to report writing.

There is a lot more to archaeology than just the digging on site.

Find out the processes of deciding where to dig, the different methods of revealing the archaeology, identifying different features and artefacts, environmental sampling, through to that final report/publication.

Examples are taken from sites in York, Yorkshire and the East Riding.

Venue: Boys Brigade Hall

Date: Tuesday 28th May 2019 at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

Tickets on sale from Pen 2 Paper

Price £2  [includes tea / coffee]

Or free for members of      R.A.P.

Website: radcliffearchaeology.org.uk          Enquiries Anne McLeod: 07966 478873       

One Response

  1. I live in Shelford and am interested in your work. Although a rank amateur pensioner, I have experience in building, landscaping, jewellery and love sitting down and doing fiddly work! Perhaps you don’t need me but it would be good to know more. I also have watched loads of Time Team episodes. (tel. 0115 9332013)
    Kind regards

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