The Humber Archaeology Partnership holds the Sites and Monuments Record for the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull. It provides advice on planning, development and site management as well as providing a public information service.
The Humber SMR has records of archaeological sites and finds dating from the prehistoric period until the post-medieval period, including Scheduled Monuments. Generally artefacts and sites dating up to and including 1700AD are recorded. The SMR holds records of listed buildings, and other buildings of historic or intrinsic local, regional or national interest and also has records of buildings marked on the first edition OS maps and 20th century fortifications.
The SMR Comprises around 17,000 paper and computer records held on an exeGesIS database. There is also an extensive collection of aerial photographs and a slide collection of archaeological sites and finds from the region.
May 04, 2017 1The Pictish carvings etched near the summit of Trusty’s...