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Eoforwic to Jorvik: Understanding Anglian and Viking Age urban development at York from the 8th-10th centuries AD
Mark Whyman, York Archaeological Trust

Eoforwic to Jorvik Coppergate dig
  • Wednesday 18 June 2014, 7.00PM to 8.00pm
  • £4 adult, £3 concessions. Call 01904 615505 for tickets.
  • DIG, St Saviourgate (map)

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This talk by YAT Project Development Officer Mark Whyman will consider what the evident differences in the location, layout and form of Anglian and Viking Age settlement at York might tell us about how these successive 'urban' sites functioned, and - perhaps - why one became the other.

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Wheelchair accessible: The lift at DIG allows full access to the classrooms and lecture rooms. Toilets are fully accessible.

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