Kurt Adams

Role: Finds Liaison Officer
Database records prefix: GLO

Address: Bristol City Museum, Queens Road, Bristol
Queens Road Bristol Gloucestershire BS8 1RL

lat: 51.456045 , long: -2.605306

Short profile:

Kurt has been working as the Finds Liaison Officer for North Lincolnshire for the past year and a half. Before this Kurt studied archaeology at the University of Cardiff . After graduating he worked as a field archaeologist for a number of units mainly around the south-west before undertaking a Masters degree at the University of Bristol . His main interests are the centuries before and after the Norman Conquest.

Phone (work): 0117 922 2613
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Period breakdown

A breakdown of finds by period
Period Finds Records
Bronze Age 307 164
Byzantine 4 4
Early Medieval 470 460
Iron Age 184 173
Medieval 3031 2945
Mesolithic 1721 181
Modern 11 11
Neolithic 1400 307
Palaeolithic 4973 134
Post Medieval 3081 2219
Prehistoric 1 1
Roman 10991 5721
Unknown 97 63

Records breakdown

A breakdown of finds recorded
Year Quarter Finds Records
2002 3 244 244
2002 4 473 444
2003 1 306 272
2003 2 410 232
2003 3 257 163
2003 4 321 255
2004 1 43 43
2004 2 95 93
2004 3 1146 118
2004 4 148 114
2005 1 312 120
2005 2 95 86
2005 3 228 98
2005 4 1661 166
2006 1 326 232
2006 2 92 92
2006 3 769 134
2006 4 730 261
2007 1 249 36
2007 2 1067 161
2007 3 1781 107
2007 4 182 101
2008 1 66 66
2008 2 250 126
2008 3 152 152
2008 4 189 143
2009 1 1610 56
2009 2 394 195
2009 3 48 48
2009 4 375 214
2010 1 174 143
2010 2 432 414
2010 3 504 266
2010 4 690 253
2011 1 127 125
2011 2 338 323
2011 3 625 227
2011 4 350 271
2012 1 192 192
2012 2 207 198
2012 3 1702 263
2012 4 348 340
2013 1 203 176
2013 2 296 286
2013 3 553 228
2013 4 263 191
2014 1 301 299
2014 2 866 363
2014 3 400 333
2014 4 324 289
2015 1 235 217
2015 2 269 269
2015 3 877 386
2015 4 342 312
2016 1 374 372
2016 2 324 300
2016 3 352 227
2016 4 304 282
2017 1 360 337

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