Far, far away, in a distant land often described as ‘grim’ (not by ourselves), north of the Watford Gap lays a little town called Wath. And in this little town, on Saturday, was an absolutely amazing day of archaeology!
Elmet Archaeology organised the 4th-annual Dearne Valley Archaeology Day, and we were asked to talk about our site. The day was filled with brilliant speakers highlighting some of the archaeological work going on around the country. This was a combination of commercial projects, community projects and research ranging from modern/post-medieval archaeology through to Egyptian mummies!
For a full account of the day, visit the DVAD 2014 blog.
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