DIGGING THE BLACK DEATH IN YOUR GARDEN- FRI 5 JUL 2019 – Fri 5 Jul 2019
Join Professor Carenza Lewis (University of Lincoln, Time Team) as she gives a talk entitled: Digging the Black Death in your garden: public archaeology reconstructing the impact of demographic change.
The event is an evening reception for the Society for Medieval Archaeology early in the day with a conference in King’s Manor at the University of York and an evening reception here in the museum.
The event will be hosted at Tempest Anderson Hall on:
Friday 5th July 2019 (2-6pm, reception 7-8.30pm)
Saturday 6th July 2019 (9am – 5.30pm)
This event is a partnership event with the Society for Medieval Archaeology.
Please book via their website here if you wish to attend to the early session at University of York.
Admission for members of the Society is £35.00 and £20.00 for student members. The registration fee for non-members is £80.00.
For the events here at the museum, it is £5 on top of the admission fee.
For all our upcoming events, see our events calendar.
Friday 5 July 2019–Saturday 6 July 2019, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Tempest Anderson Hall