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Viewing swaag.org website implies consent to set cookies on your computer. Full details Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group
Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1155775
SWAAG Honorary President:
Tim Laurie FSA
SWAAG News Archive
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 Record ID Heading Last Update
 104 Visit to the Hancock Museum in Newcastle 13-10-2019 17:55:14
 103 Dairy Days 09-10-2019 12:51:34
 102 Talk tonight, 7pm at The Buck: all welcome! 08-10-2019 12:24:22
 101 New MOOC beginning soon 08-10-2019 12:27:52
 100 Excellent talk by Charlotte Roberts 23-09-2019 13:20:44
 99 Dr Charlotte Roberts to speak at our next meeting 18-08-2019 13:27:41
 97 Is this a souterrain? 24-07-2019 09:49:43
 96 Saying goodbye for another year 23-07-2019 15:34:36
 95 Where's the tent? 22-07-2019 16:55:09
 94 Some last-minute surprises 21-07-2019 17:44:18
 93 Day twelve 20-07-2019 14:26:58
 92 A big thank-you to Newcastle Archaeology Dept.  19-07-2019 16:40:53
 91 A visit from Reeth School 18-07-2019 17:05:42
 90 Day Eight 18-07-2019 05:40:46
 89 Day Seven 17-07-2019 15:57:31
 88 Day Six 17-07-2019 15:57:53
 87 Day Five: At last some pottery! 17-07-2019 15:58:09
 86 Day Four: YACs on site 17-07-2019 15:58:37
 85 Day Three 17-07-2019 15:59:06
 84 Day Two 17-07-2019 15:59:36
 83 2019 Dig Day One 14-07-2019 19:14:21
 81 Our 2019 excavation starts this week! 08-07-2019 09:27:03
 80 New research on Viking skeletons in Britain - isotopes, peptides and cremations  12-06-2019 09:53:32
 78 Surveying The Hagg Site 07-05-2019 11:20:46
 77 SWAAG 10 year celebration (and AGM) 10-04-2019 09:09:05
 76 Join us for this year's dig! 28-03-2019 22:00:16
 75 Excellent Talk by Jane Sammells  19-02-2019 13:35:49
 73 Surveying Project  23-01-2019 18:32:04
 71 Excellent talk by Stuart Ross 23-01-2019 17:43:40
 70 Ave, Magister! 14-11-2018 17:29:41
 69 Talk by Peter Denison-Edson November 13th 06-11-2018 13:18:23
 68 Meeting, 9th October and walk 10th October both postponed 08-10-2018 18:22:33
 67 October Meeting 20-09-2018 13:56:22
 66 Roman Pottery Workshop with Graham Taylor; the finished results! 01-09-2018 14:58:20
 65 Post-excavation: finds processing begins 28-07-2018 09:06:56
 64 ...all done! 19-07-2018 15:32:02
 63 The digger arrives 18-07-2018 15:54:40
 62 More questions as time runs out 17-07-2018 18:13:32
 61 Flurry of activity to complete with one more day to go 16-07-2018 19:08:11
 60 Celebrating success! July 15th 15-07-2018 17:22:48
 59 VIP Day 14-07-2018 16:22:59
 58 Rain stops play 13-07-2018 14:04:23
 57 Reeth/ Gunnerside School visit the site 13-07-2018 14:03:02
 56 Arkengarthdale School and a Special Visitor 12-07-2018 16:38:05
 55 Quern stone and fossil frenzy 11-07-2018 17:14:16
 54 The Great Romano-British Bake-off. 10-07-2018 16:00:14
 53 Day Six: more stone 09-07-2018 16:44:57
 52 Day Five: so much stone! 08-07-2018 15:50:16
 51 Day four: some exciting developments 07-07-2018 16:01:53
 50 Day Three; good progress 06-07-2018 15:37:30
 49 Taking shape 05-07-2018 16:18:30
 48 ...and off we go! 04-07-2018 16:08:38
 47 Getting ready for our 2018 dig 02-07-2018 15:54:33
 46 Arkengarthdale School enjoy being History Detectives in Reeth 21st June 2018 22-06-2018 12:46:04
 45 SWAAG Talk: Dr James Gerrard, Tuesday 19th June 20-06-2018 09:52:12
 44 Roman Pottery Expert Interprets Hagg Finds  23-05-2018 10:49:07
 43 Potted History comes to Reeth 09-05-2018 09:03:34
 42 Potted History 01-05-2018 10:46:57
 41 Exhibition and Talk about The Hagg 16-04-2018 12:00:02
 40 May is Pottery Month for SWAAG members 26-02-2018 12:38:56
 39 A New Tent for 2018! 04-02-2018 14:53:11
 38 Roman Pottery Expert to Interpret Hagg Finds at Members Meeting February 13th 23-01-2018 10:06:57
 37 Healaugh and Muker Manor Court Books 22-01-2018 10:14:35
 36 Keld Heads lead mining and smelting complex - walk led by Dave Brooks 19-11-2017 17:18:12
 35 Peter Denison-Edson gives a talk on the Later Roman Army 17-11-2017 12:36:54
 33 Distinguished speakers from SWAAG today at the CBA Yorkshire Autumn Showcase in York 04-11-2017 21:17:46
 32 Trip to Vindolanda 21-10-2017 11:19:55
 31 Ecce Romani! 07-10-2017 12:55:51
 27 Looking back to the Hagg 29-07-2017 14:03:13
 26 The Hagg statistics prove it: a mammoth achievement! 28-07-2017 05:20:09
 25 The Hagg site; reflections on the layout. 25-07-2017 18:41:55
 24 Finds processing 24-07-2017 15:52:48
 23 Graham Taylor: potter extraordinaire! 23-07-2017 17:58:24
 22 Working with local schools 22-07-2017 11:33:20
 21 There is still lots to do... 21-07-2017 16:20:00
 20 Day Fifteen: SWAAG One, Tree Nil 20-07-2017 19:40:08
 19 Day Fourteen: backfilling and returfing 19-07-2017 16:47:03
 18 Day Thirteen: the beginning of the end 18-07-2017 16:54:46
 17 Day Twelve: Summer comes to The Hagg 17-07-2017 17:14:20
 16 Day Eleven: Some hard work and then a BBQ! 16-07-2017 17:51:32
 15 Day Ten: Younger generation join in the digging! 15-07-2017 16:55:58
 14 Some key features 21-07-2017 14:59:45
 13 Day Ten: A front porch? 15-07-2017 10:46:10
 12 Day Nine: Distinguished visitors  13-07-2017 16:22:20
 11 Day Eight: Welcome to Arkengarthdale School  12-07-2017 13:53:02
 10 Day Seven: Confirmation that The Hagg is a regionally important Romano-British site 11-07-2017 16:46:15
 9 Day Six: Substantial progress and an apology 10-07-2017 18:41:22
 8 Day Five: Twitterstorm 10-07-2017 18:01:46
 7 Day Four: Gorgeous weather and a special visitor 08-07-2017 16:51:35
 6 Day Three: Interview with Project Manager Philip Bastow 07-07-2017 17:03:44
 5 Day two on The Hagg 06-07-2017 16:30:53
 4 A great start to Hagg Dig 2017 06-07-2017 08:25:37
 3 Ready, steady... 03-07-2017 15:56:45
 2 Arkengarthdale School Workshop  27-06-2017 15:44:06
 1 Reeth Memorial Hall Launch for SWAAG dig on The Hagg 23-01-2019 20:37:21