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Sian Thomas The South West Peninsula and the Roman World: A New Interpretation of Social Identity during the 1st to 4th Centuries AD

The South West Peninsula and the Roman World: A New Interpretation of Social Identity during the 1st to 4th Centuries AD The principal aim of my thesis is to resituate the Romano-British period in the South-West through an exploration of the relationship betwe…

PhD level research 0000
Jon Baczkowski Early Neolithic in Sussex.

I am currently on PhD, at the University of Southampton, researching the Early Neolithic in Sussex. My main area of interest is the Worthing Group flint mines and their wider environs, but I am also cataloging Early Neolithic sites across Sussex. Access to he PAS catalogue will be of gr…

PhD level research 0000
Shelagh Norton Iron Age marsh forts

I am currently researching possible Iron Age 'marsh-forts' in North Shropshire at University of Birmingham through a combination of landscape analysis and palaeoenvironmental research. I have access to the HER via Shropshire CC but I also need PAS access to complete the picture. This is a…

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Hilary Paterson Church plate and liturgical paraphernalia dated 500-1100 AD

Record items of church plate and liturgical paraphernalia dated 500-1100 AD for production of a comprehensive published catalogue of items, with additional output including liason with museums for short term exhibition, conference and publication of edited academic volume. Research to be …

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Sofia Taipale Romano-British sculpture in context in Eastern England

My research is on Romano-British sculpture in context in Eastern England. Thus in order to get the full picture of the repertoire of sculpture found in the area, more recent finds should also be included. This study is for my research master thesis at Leiden University, Netherlands, which…

PhD level research 0000
Tracey O'Leary Society and Religion in Wirral

Society and Religion in Wirral - beyond Rome This research project targets Wirral in the early middle ages, or post Roman era. The North West of England in this period is particularly under researched and the reasons for this will form part of the overarching discussion on how this sectio…

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Sam Wilson Wars of the Roses battlefields of Tewkesbury and Barnet

I am undertaking post graduate study on the Wars of the Roses battlefields of Tewkesbury and Barnet and intend on undertaking large scale metal detector surveys of these sites. It will be very beneficial to me if I am able to view precise locations of already recovered artefacts as this c…

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Connor Sheppard Roman coinage found at Caistor St Edmund

The proposal for my undergraduate dissertation is to carry out research on the subject of Roman coinage found at Caistor St Edmund and the surrounding area. This will involve the gathering of raw data from the records available, from the PAS database and the Norfolk Historic Environment R…

PhD level research 0000
Hector A. Orengo Network analysis of the distribution of food plants in Roman and Medieval Britain

Network analysis of the distribution of food plants in Roman and Medieval Britain is a new project hosted at the Department of Archaeology of the University of Nottingham and directed by Dr. H.A. Orengo and Dr. A. Livarda. The project aims at analysing the distribution of archaeobotanical…

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Natasha Harlow IA and Roman small finds of East Anglia.

Hello! I work as a freelancer for the Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service and have just enrolled at the University of Nottingham as a part-time PhD student, researching Roman and Iron Age small finds from the territory of the Iceni in East Anglia. I would appreciate rese…

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Lesley Blundell An assessment of the Chalk upland surface scatters of North-west Europe

The working title for my MPhil/PhD research is "An assessment of the Chalk upland surface scatters of North-west Europe". This involves a comparative analysis of Middle and Upper Pleistocene upland sites in North-west Europe with the objective of establishing whether or not the archaeolog…

PhD level research 0000
Mike Feider What did chickens mean?

I'm a PhD student researching what the archaeological material culture can tell us about the relationship between humans and chickens as part of the Changing Cultural and Scientific Perceptions of Human-Chicken Interactions project. I'm gathering data from the Iron Age and Roman periods…

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David Stone Burhs in the West Midlands

As part of my PhD into burhs in the West Midlands, I am investigating the networks between the Æthelflædan burhs built in West Mercia in the late ninth and early tenth century and the way in which these sites developed into civic and economic hubs alongside their military functions. Par…

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Tony Abramson Coinage in the Northumbrian landscape and economy, c.575 - c.867

PhD Thesis Title: "Where there's muck there's brass!" Coinage in the Northumbrian landscape and economy, c.575 - c.867 Research question / scholarly context This currently remains unchanged from the original submission: To wh…

PhD level research 2017
Rachel Wood Late Roman Pottery Production in Context: the Crambeck Ware Industry and its Landscape Setting

My PhD research at the University of York focuses is entitled 'Late Roman Pottery Production in Context: the Crambeck Ware Industry and its Landscape Setting'. One of the main focuses of my research is to attempt to establish the extent of the production of Crambeck Ware in the area; whet…

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Andrew Bates Iron Age Hill Forts of Kent

I am a PhD research student at the university of Kent at Canterbury. My area of research is the Iron Age Hill Forts of Kent and I require additional access rights to this database so that I am able to look at the pattern of finds surrounding the hill forts. I started my studies in Jan 2…

PhD level research 2016
Alex Langlands Travel and Communication in the Landscape of Early Medieval Wessex (University of Winchester PhD)

Using landscape archaeology and the detailed topographic information found in Anglo-Saxon boundary clauses, this research project sets out to reconstruct the network of routes that served economy and society in eighth- to eleventh-century Wessex. The project sets out to explore what the …

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Catrine Jarman Viking Age cemeteries at Repton in Derbyshire

I am currently studying for an AHRC funded PhD in Archaeology at the University of Bristol. My PhD focuses on investigating the Viking Age cemeteries at Repton in Derbyshire, through isotopic analyses of human remains. I am carrying out strontium and oxygen analyses of tooth enamel…

PhD level research 2017
Peter Townend Monastic Order of the Gilbertines

My Phd is on the Monastic Order of the Gilbertines founded around 1130, notable both for its double houses, containing canons and nuns, and the claim of later historians that it was the only truly 'English Order'. Of the original twenty-five monastic houses, eleven have been destroyed or …

PhD level research 2017
mark powers Defining landscape use and activity strategy in the Midlands county of Leicestershire

An IRC funded PhD research at UCD The primary aim of this project is to investigate human activity strategies and landscape usage in Leicestershire after the complete retreat of the Devensian ice fields, a period witnessing the re-colonisation and settlement of the…

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