Remembering 1066 in Yorkshire: Hoards and the Harrying of the North Yorkshire Museum
Thursday 20 October
2pm – 3pm
The battles of 1066 and William the Conqueror’s Harrying of the North had enormous effects upon Yorkshire. The warfare meant that many coins were buried for safe-keeping, never to be uncovered. Join Curator of Numismatics Andrew Woods for a chance to see some of these hidden treasures and learn more about the Norman Conquest. £10 PER PERSON Booking through Eventbrite. See York Museums Trust Website for details.
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