Some of the interesting sites that are across the Tees Valley area can be seen here. For a full list with images, please see our publications page.
Teesside Archaeological Society’s annual journal, published since 1994, is open access and free to download as a PDF file. Enjoy 70 pages of the latest archaeology in our region!
Maureen Norrie, who has edited the Bulletin for several years, is now stepping down from this role. We are looking for a volunteer or volunteers to take this on. If you’re interested in joining the TAS team and have experience with Microsoft Word, whether you are a professional archaeologist or simply interested in archaeology, contact us at:
Bulletin No 26 2022 | Download PDF
Excavations at Kirklevington, Stockton-on-Tees 2021; Experiences of getting young people interested in archaeology; Recording St Mary’s Churchyard, Norton, 2021 – Monuments; Recording St Mary’s Churchyard, Norton, 2021 – People; Discovery and Excavation of the site of the Medieval Chapel of St Hilda in Kildale – Discovering Kildale’s lost Chapel of St. Hilda and its history; Discovery and Excavation of the site of the Medieval Chapel of St Hilda in Kildale – Excavation of the site; Archaeology in County Durham and Darlington 2019-2021; The Portable Antiquities Scheme; Revealing Magna – 2021 Preliminary work results; Low Mill in Bilsdale – an 800-year old watermill; Some thoughts on new woodlands and archaeology in the North York Moors National Park.
Visit the Publications page to download previous editions.
- TAS Lecture Reminder | Tue 29 June 2021
- TAS Lecture Reminder | Tue 25 May 2021
- Roman County Durham | New publication now available
- TAS Bulletin journal now open access | Editions from 1994 now free to read and download
- Earliest Salt Production in Britain | Neolithic discoveries at Street House Loftus
- TAS Lecture 27 April 2021 | Bronze Age metals and mobility in Northeast England | Ben Roberts
- TAS Virtual Memberships
- TAS LECTURE | ONLINE LECTURE | Deceptively Spacious: Durham Castle and the Walls Survey | Richard Annis
- IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE COMMITTEE