A subsidiary of York Archaeological Trust - ArcHeritage, also operating on behalf of English Heritage - then spent many months analysing and cataloguing the vast quantities of data.
What does YAT stand for?
YAT stands for York Archaeological Trust (est. 1972; York, England, UK)
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ArcHeritage is the trading name of York Archaeological Trust which is now working on the archives associated with the early excavations on Castle Hill.
The Gladiators: A Cemetery of Secrets exhibition is the result of a joint venture between York Archaeological Trust and Durham County Council.
Sarah Maltby, director of attractions at York Archaeological Trust, which organises the festival, said: "From Viking battles to a best beard competition, from have-ago sword combat to poetry and song, the festival exposes the softer side of the Vikings as well as their fearsome fighting reputation.
The church has passed the artefacts on to conservationists at the York Archaeological Trust They will be placed in a glasssided casket in the Upper Cloister Hall at Birmingham Oratory on Friday, October 31, and Saturday, November 1.