Dear TAS Members and Friends,
STREET HOUSE Before The Saxons
- NEW EXHIBITION opens Sun 20 July at Kirkleatham Museum
- EXCLUSIVE RECEPTION & PREVIEW for TAS Members and Street House Project Volunteers
This exhibition chronicles the archaeology of Redcar & Cleveland through the excavations at Street House near Loftus between 1979 and 2013.
Whilst many people will have heard about the Royal Anglo-Saxon cemetery, excavated between 2005 and 2007, there is much more to this area than the Saxon treasure. The exhibition is the prelude to the award-winning Saxon Princess gallery and sets the scene for much of the archaeology of East Cleveland. It will run for one year.
- Neolithic rock art, pottery, flint tools, axe and macehead
- Bronze Age burial urn and Iron Age spear
- Roman jet, beads, coin, pottery and carved phallic stone
- Plus loaned objects from English Heritage and regional museums
Exclusive reception and preview
For TeesArchSoc Members* and Street House Project Volunteers
Sunday 20 July at 2pm Kirkleatham Museum TS10 5NW
- Download the flyer (PDF)
Includes STREET HOUSE TIMELINE and TAS membership form
Spencer Carter | TAS Chair & eCommunications