Excursion to York
The Bodies Ignored/Obsessed series, in association with the LUU Medieval Society, invites historians on an excursion to York, which will include visits to various venues and specialised tours.
Date: 22-11-2017Time: 09:00 -
The day trip will include visits to the JORVIK Viking Centre, the Yorkshire Archaeological Trust Collections, and Barley Hall. Attendees will see JORVIK after the recent refurbishments, and Chris Tuckley, the Head of Interpretation at the Yorkshire Archaeological Trust (and an IMS alumnus), will discuss some of the human remains from the Swinegate excavation that are on display at JORVIK.
The Yorkshire Archaeology Trust Collections tour will include a hot drink and a behind the scenes tour not usually open to the public, which will provide exclusive knowledge of how the collections are preserved, catalouged, and stored.
Barley Hall, a stunning medieval house once home to the Priors of Nostell and a Lord Mayor of York, has been beautifully restored, and Chris Tuckley will provide a specialised tour.
Joanna Phillips, an IMS alumnus, will conclude the day by giving a presentation titled, 'Illness, Wounding and Suffering during the Crusades of the 12th and 13th Centuries'.
This is part of the Bodies/Ignored/Obsessed series of events focused on 'The Body in the Museum'.
To find out more about purchasing LUU (Leeds University Union) Medieval Society membership, please go here. To book a place at this event, please email email@example.com; tickets are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. The ticket price includes entries and tours at all venues, but not travel expenses.