Recent Online Publications

'Human bone: Osteological Assessment' in M. Carver (ed) Wasperton Anglo-Saxon Cemetery ext

'Osteological Analysis, Mill Mount, York', York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0808 pdf (219 KB)

'Osteological Analysis, 89 The Mount, York', York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0908 pdf (179 KB)

'Osteological Analysis, Alveston manor Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire', York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0607 pdf (69 KB)

'Osteological Analysis, Land to the North of 25 and 27 Welton Road, Brough, East Yorkshire', York Osteoarchaeology, No. 1807 pdf (271 KB)

'Osteological Analysis, Ebberston Manor, North Yorkshire' York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0106 pdf (234 KB)

'Osteological Analysis, St Andrew's Church, Corbridge, Northumberland' York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0406 pdf (300 KB)

'Osteological Analysis, Kirkham Priory, North Yorkshire', York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0506 pdf (174 KB)

'Human Bone Report', Roman Occupation at the Former Starting Gate Public House, Dringhouses, York ext

'Osteological Analysis, 30-32 Scarborough Road, Rillington, North Yorkshire', York Osteoarchaeology, No. 0606 pdf (164 KB)

Publications & Reports

publications | presentations | media & teaching | exhibitions | unpublished reports

Client Report
Client Report

Royal Armouries Exhibition on Towton
Royal Armouries Exhibition on Towton

Archäologie in Deutschland Article
Archäologie in Deutschland Article

Filton publication
Filton publication

Wheels of Time Exhibition
Wheels of Time Exhibition

Blood Red Roses 1st Edition
Blood Red Roses 1st Edition

Blood Red Roses 2nd Edition
Blood Red Roses 2nd Edition

New Road Past Lives Exhibition
New Road Past Lives Exhibition

Hucclecote Publication
Hucclecote Publication

Blood Red Roses TV Programme
Blood Red Roses TV Programme

Rotherham Minster skull with overbite
Rotherham Minster skull with overbite

Leiomyoma
Leiomyoma

Skeletal measurements
Skeletal measurements

Laying out gladiators in Durham with the YAT team
Laying out gladiators in Durham with the YAT team

We are committed to publicise the results of osteological analysis to a wide forum of audiences, including members of the public, archaeologists and osteologists. York Osteoarchaeology has experience of many forms of publicity.

The public fascination with human skeletons means that there is often great media interest in human remains from archaeological contexts. If sympathetically controlled, articles in newspapers, radio features and television coverage aid in promoting archaeological contractors, as well as updating the public with information on archaeological discoveries.

Please contact Malin Holst for enquiries regarding lectures and workshops.

Publications

Publications In Preparation

Presentations

Media, Public Work & Teaching

Exhibitions

Unpublished Osteological Reports