Teaching Prehistoric Yorkshire

York Museums Trust

A teaching resource exploring prehistory through fifteen incredible archaeological finds from Yorkshire

Teaching Prehistoric Yorkshire partner logos, 2016, From the collection of: York Museums Trust
Teaching Prehistoric Yorkshire Partner Organisations
This project would not have been possible without the help and support of the following organisations.
Kirkdale Cave -, -120000, Original Source: Whitby Museum
Charting the history of prehistoric Yorkshire through 15 unique objects
Kirkdale Cave -, -120000, Original Source: Whitby Museum
Huntow Axe -, 500000 BC - 70000 BC, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Barbed Point -, -8000/-6000, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Birch Bark Rolls -, -8000/-6000, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
The York Hoard -, -4000/-2100, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Gristhorpe Man, -2200/-2020, Original Source: The Rotunda Museum
Jet Ear Stud, -1900/-1600, Original Source: Craven Museum & Gallery
Ceramic Vessel -, circa 2300BC - 700BC, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Bronze Age Axe Hoard -, -1000/-0700, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Gold Finger-Ring and Bracelet -, -2300/-0700, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
South Cave Weapons Cache -, -2100/-0700, Original Source: The Treasure House
Chalk Figurines -, -0100/0100, Original Source: Malton Museum
The Towton Torcs -, -0100/-0050, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
The Walkington Hoard -, 0001/0050, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Terret Ring -, -0100/0043, Original Source: Yorkshire Museum
Teaching Prehistoric Yorkshire partner logos, 2016, From the collection of: York Museums Trust
Teaching Prehistoric Yorkshire Partner Organisations
This project would not have been possible without the help and support of the following organisations.
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