Tag Archives: bioarchaeology

A quick reminder – Dead Men DO Tell Tales

A quick reminder in case anyone has forgotten. Tonight is the Teesside Archaeological Society’s lecture Dead Men DO Tell Tales by Dr. Andrew Millard, who as well as President of the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland, is also a Senior Lecturer at Durham University in his day job.

Further details of the talk and the speaker, hosting society and venue can be found in the Teesside Archaeological Society’s website page here. Details of the further TAS events for 2016 can be found in our CBA North Events page and further information on TAS in our Local Societies and Groups page.

Enjoy!

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Scottish Soldiers Archaeology Project

The excavation and analysis of a mass grave of Scottish soldiers at Durham has been widely reported in the archaeological and regional press. Further details can be found at the Scottish Soldiers Project homepage.

Next week an event is planned to further report and discuss the project. Please click on the following link for details of the meeting where you have the chance to hear of the findings, as well as contribute to feedback on the project with your views.

Details for when and where this event is can be found at the bottom of the meeting page.

Skeleton Science Exhibition

Skeleton Science exhibition, until 31st August:

From Bede’s World:

Discover how scientists find out about the past by looking at skeletal remains and explore the fascinating work of bioarchaeologists.

 

With hands-on activities to test your skills, you will discover how cutting edge science is helping to solve some of the greatest archaeological and medical mysteries.

See http://www.bedesworld.co.uk/skeleton-science/ for further details