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  • From: Anne-Françoise Garçon < AT>
  • To: "Athena" <athena AT>
  • Subject: Fw: Underground Archaeology
  • Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2003 21:53:19 +0200

Pour les spécialistes d'histoire minière (et les autres), voici l'annonce d'un séminaire de réflexion sur le souterrain (définition, modes d'approches archéo), en Grande-Bretagne, en octobre prochain...
Anne-Françoise Garçon
Département Histoire
Université Rennes 2 - Haute Bretagne
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----- Original Message -----
From: Martin Roe
To: mining-history AT JISCMAIL.AC.UK
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 3:00 PM
Subject: Underground Archaeology

Seminar anouncement

The Underground Archaeology of Mining:
A Hidden Resource

A one-day seminar on the Underground Archaeology of Mining to be held in the
Yorkshire Dales at Grassington on October 11th 2003.

The seminar will raise awareness of the wealth of archaeological
information, which survives underground and is currently playing a very
small part in the understanding of one of the oldest and most continuous
industries in the UK. Case studies will include a range of sites including
metal mines and underground stone quarries.

Aimed at those involved in underground exploration and recording and those
responsible for the management of archaeological sites and information; the
seminar will explore main three themes:

·     What exists underground?
·     Why should underground sites be recorded?
·     Approaches to recording underground sites.

Details and booking form available @
Or by writing to Martin Roe NAMHO Conservation Officer 7a Moor Close Parade,
Queensbury, Bradford, BD13 2JG

Organised by the National Association of Mining History Organisations
supported by the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Martin Roe

Conservation Officer NAMHO
National Association of Mining History Organisations

Lead Mining in the Yorkshire Dales

The Industrial Heritage of Calderdale

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