Latest news from the Teesside Archaeological Society about forthcoming lectures, events, fieldwork and activities.
Autumn 2013     
Activities & Events | Special Feature : Forensic Anthropology | News Roundup     
TAS Website     

eNews from Teesside Archaeological Society

Teesside Archaeological Society

Released | 11 Oct 2013 (A)
Dear TAS Members and Friends,

The Autumn 2013 edition of TEESSCAPES is now available. You have two options:

>> Read as an online magazine | NEW!
>> Download as a PDF | save to your computer and read offline*

This email offers a flavour of what's included in the current edition. Happy reading!

* TEESSCAPES is downloadable in PDF format.
You will need (free) Adobe Acrobat reader installed on your computer.

Welcome to your Autumn eNewsletter with the latest news about discoveries, activities, events, fieldwork and training.

Welcome to the autumn edition of our quarterly newsletter. In addition to the latest news roundup, details of events across the region—including forthcoming TAS lectures—our special feature introduces the fascinating world of forensic anthropology in an article by our very own crime scene investigator at Teesside University!
  • Society News | 2
  • TAS Lectures | 4
  • Special Feature | 7
    Skeletons in your cupboard?
  • Activities and Events | 10
  • News Roundup | 16
  • Site Notes | 22
  • Browser | 25
  • About TAS and how to join | 26
Kind Regards,
Spencer Carter | TAS eCommunications | Twitter @microburin


About TAS

The Teesside Archaeological Society is an enthusiastic, friendly group who share an interest in the archaeological heritage of the Tees Valley, Cleveland and the surrounding area.

Our rich heritage extends back at least to the Mesolithic—the 9th millennium BC—with a distinctively north-east take on every way marker since those distant post-glacial hunter-gatherers. Our journey spans the Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age. We have Roman villas, Saxon royalty and Viking hogbacks, Medieval towns, deserted villages, castles, monastic places and pre-industrial heritage—right up to our more recent past.

We welcome everybody who shares an interest, no matter what level of experience or expertise. There are monthly lectures, regular NEWSFLASH bulletins, the quarterly TEESSCAPES eNewsletter and the chance to find out more about the latest discoveries, fieldwork opportunities, educational events and community activities across our broader region.

How to join

Annual membership is a bargain at £12 individual or £20 joint membership, due on 1 January each year. Complete the Membership Form and send a cheque or postal orderpayable to Teesside Archaeological Societyto Mick Butler, TAS Treasurer, 25 Monmouth Drive, Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees, TS16 9HU.

Feel free to forward this eNewsletter to friends and contacts using the forward to a friend feature at the end of this message—they will be able to subscribe securely. To subscribe, unsubscribe or change your contact preferences, use the links below or email us.
You are also welcome to submit contributions for future newsletters. From time-to-time we'll send you details of activities and events that might be of interest.
The Committee welcomes your
feedback, questions, suggestions
and news.

Uncover the hidden heritage of North East England

Copyright © 2013 Teesside Archaeological Society, All rights reserved.
Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp