Beyond the Vale of York Hoard

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Beyond the Vale of York Hoard

Saturday, 11 July 2015 from 10:15 to 16:30

at The Yorkshire Museum, York, United Kingdom

A series of talks focused upon the Vale of York hoard, Viking silver and perspectives from other periods, hosted in the Historic Library of the Yorkshire Museum.

The event is the joint summer meeting of the British and Royal Numismatic societies and is supported by the Yorkshire Numismatic Society.

10.20 Welcome by Andrew Woods (York Museums Trust).
10.25 Introduction by Andrew Burnett (President, Royal Numismatic Society)

10.30 Session 1: Iron Age and Roman Hoards
Philip de Jersey (Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery), Iron Age coin hoards: the story in the north
Eleanor Ghey (British Museum), Hoarding in Roman Britain

11.30 Tea/Coffee break

12.00 Session 2: Viking Age Hoards
Natalie McCaul (York Museums Trust), The Bedale hoard
Andrew Woods (York Museums Trust), The Vale of York hoard: what we have learned

13.00 Lunch

14.00 Session 3: Medieval and Early Modern Money
Carl Savage (Cumbria), The Bootham School hoard
Barrie Cook (British Museum), New kings, new coins: coinage and succession in Stuart

15.00 Tea/Coffee break

15.30 Session 4: The Secondary Life of Coins
Rachel Cubitt (York Archaeological Trust), The Warlaby hoard
Matthew Ball (Harris Museum, Preston), A curious set of scratches on the Fleetwood hoard of
clipped siliquae

16.30 Closing remarks by Dr Roger Bland (President, British Numismatic Society)

This ticket is free but you will need to bring your York Card or pay the entrance cost to the Museum.

Adult – £7.50
Concessionary Adult – £6.50
Children under 16 – FREE (this offer does not apply to organised groups or schools)
Residents with a valid York Card – FREE
Wheelchair user plus one carer – FREE

Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
The event represents the joint summer meeting of the British Numismatic Society and the Royal Numismatic Society. It is kindly supported the Yorkshire Numismatic Society.

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