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The first Dearne Valley Archaeology Day took place on the 26th of February 2011 at Montgomery Hall, Wath-Upon-Dearne, organised by Elmet and Tom Barnard, a work placement student from the University of Sheffield.


SPEAKERS

Tim Cockrell, The University of Sheffield

CYPRUS: The Archaeology of Identities


Dr Roger Doonan, The University of Sheffield

Helmet Archaeology: The archaeology of cranial protection


Dr Bob Johnston, The University of Sheffield

Craft and People at Holme Head: A water powered cutlers' wheel in the Rivelin Valley


Dr Chris Cumberpatch

Recent work on medieval and later pottery in South Yorkshire and neighbouring areas


Angela Walker

The Use of Floatation in Research on the Spread of Agriculture


Colin Merrony, The University of Sheffield

Wombwell Woods: The Nibbling Away of Our Heritage


Alex Sotheran, Elmet Archaeological Services

Great War Archaeology


Tom Barnard, The University of Sheffield

A Ditch Full of Industry: Recent excavations at Osgathorpe, Sheffield


Workshop activities were also run by Sally Rodgers, including small scale roundhouse construction, Iron Age pottery making, wool spinning, and analysis of finds from the Heeley City Farm excavation.

DEARNE VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGY DAY 2011