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The Acomb Assemblage (late notice)
« on: January 11, 2022, 01:50:40 PM »
Dr Tania Dickinson of York University will be talking about the Acomb assemblage (York) Weds 11th Jan 7.30-9.00 pm

Organised by Yorkshire Architectural and York Archaeological Society - YAYAS. The talk is free but donations are invited.

The ‘Acomb area’ Treasure find: fragments of an early Anglo-Saxon high-status burial’.

The talk will cover the background to the discovery in 2016 of fragments of a seventh-century composite disc brooch and a dozen beads. It will discuss the
construction and virtual reconstruction of the brooch and possible explanations for the assemblage’s archaeological and historical context

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Meeting ID: 861 7652 2668