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Street House Excavations> Neolithic to Saxon: Talk by Dr Steve Sherlock

15th July 2023 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


This talk will encompass the excavations over 20 years that have revealed evidence for 5,000 years of human activity.  The story will begin  in the Early Neolithic period, (c.3,900BC) when early settlers were pioneers in salt manufacture in Western Europe. The talk will include details of Bronze Age burial sites, a major Iron Age settlement, developing around AD70 into  a Roman farmstead salt manufacture, pottery and jet production. In the Seventh Century AD, this was the home of an Anglo-Saxon Princess, buried on a bed. This is a site of national importance that has been the focus of human settlement for thousands of years.


The event is free but you must book your space by following this link:




15th July 2023
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Kirkleatham Museum and Grounds
Kirkleatham Redcar TS10 5NW United Kingdom + Google Map
01642 479500

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