The event, being organised by the North East Maritime Archaeology Forum and the north region of the Council for British Archaeology, starts at 10am at the Castlegate building in Melbourne Street.
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CBA stands for Council for British Archaeology
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The original application prompted objections not only from the Victorian Society, but from English Heritage, the Ancient Monuments Society, the Council for British Archaeology and the West Yorkshire Archaeology Advisory Service.
The find marks the start of the Home Front Legacy 1914-18 project which English Heritage and the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) are working together on to record the physical remains of the war on home territory.
A spokesman for the Council for British Archaeology said it was shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Prof Aston, one of the world's best-known archaeologists.
The Council for British Archaeology, which gave Prof Aston a lifetime achievement award last year, also praised him as "loved and valued by everyone with an interest in archaeology over the world".
Presenter and historian Bettany Hughes, along with a panel from the British Museum and the Council for British Archaeology, examined almost a million items to judge each on its importance, beauty, cultural and historic significance.
Dr Mike Heyworth, director of organisers at educational charity the Council for British Archaeology, said: "We hope that by taking part people will be encouraged to explore the past further, whether by visiting museums, joining a local archaeology group or by reading more about their favourite period.
The archaeology graduate said: "Together with Mike Anthony, local archaeologist and buildings officer for the Council for British Archaeology in Wales, I have spent five years looking at old documents to try to find out when the present manor house was built and wondering about previous occupation on the site.