Romans on the Don

South Yorkshire Archaeology Service, inHeritage, 2007

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The digital archive

The Romans on the Don project produced a wide array of products now available as downloads on the ADS pages, these include:

  • Bevan, B. 2006: Romans on the Don. When the Romans arrived in Doncaster. Booklet produced by inHeritage for South Yorkshire Archaeology Service
  • Project Report submitted to English Heritage Febuary 2007
  • Romans on the Don Poster for Doncaster Museum launch event on 18/11/06
  • Two Information panels
  • Romans on the Don "Watch out the Romans are coming" comic for 7-11 year olds.
  • Teachers' Pack: various resources including worksheets and exercises for Key Stage 2 (with accompanying images) and background information on archaeology, aggregates extraction and the Iron Age / Romano-British Periods.

Non-digital Archive and Publications

In addition to the reports contained within the digital archive the Romans on the Don project also produced the following outputs:

A project website
Meetings / Technical Forums
A series of talks to local archaeology societies and community groups in Doncaster, Sheffield and North Yorkshire
Educational Visits
A total of 10 educational visits to 8 primary schools in Doncaster, Doncaster YAC and Sheffield YAC
Radio / TV interview
Radio Sheffield Breakfast show. 15/08/06
Radio Sheffield 23/11/06

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