It also created and now runs the Jorvik Viking Centre in Coppergate Walk, York, on the site of its famous 'Viking Dig' which revolutionised knowledge of town life in Viking Age England; DIG: an archaeological adventure in St Saviour's Church, St Saviourgate, York, and Barley Hall, an excavated and reconstructed medieval house in Coffee Yard, off Stonegate, York.
Its staff include experts in archaeological excavation, artefact curation, conservation and research, archaeological computing, illustration and design
It publishes a wide range of hard copy and web based reports, popular books and information resources; further details are available on its website.
It offers opportunities to take part in archaeological investigation through its annual training excavation 'Archaeology Live', and also hosts the Community Archaeologist for York.
City Fit for a King; There's a Campaign to Return the Remains of Richard III to York. No Wonder, Says ZOE CHAMBERLAIN
May 18, 2013; Byline: ZOE CHAMBERLAIN T'S not every day a king is found in a car park. ICampaigners have been keen for the remains of King...