Dot Boughton

Role: Finds Liaison Officer
Database records prefix: LANCUM

Address: Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery Trust
Castle Street Carlisle County CA3 8TP

lat: 54.8953193 , long: -2.9395521

Short profile:

Dot originates from Germany and completed her undergraduate studies at the Freie Universitaet Berlin in 1999. She then moved to England because she always felt more at home here rather than in Germany. In England, she decided to get her teeth into British Archaeology; since she comes from Northern Germany originally, it only felt too natural to follow the \'trails\' of her fore-bearers, the Anglo-Saxons, and move to England. Thus, between 1999-2001, she studied Anglo-Saxon metalwork during the Migration Period (AD375-520) at Oxford and completed an MSt and an MPhil. In 2015 she completed her PhD on British Early Iron Age socketed axes (800-600BC) at the University of Lancashire.

Phone (work): 01228 618760
Phone (fax): 01772 534079

Email address:

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Period breakdown

A breakdown of finds by period
Period Finds Records
Bronze Age 166 136
Early Medieval 789 220
Greek And Roman Provincial 8 8
Iron Age 97 83
Medieval 2342 1855
Mesolithic 40 36
Modern 217 207
Neolithic 121 111
Palaeolithic 1 1
Post Medieval 2080 1797
Roman 3713 2241
Unknown 20 14

Records breakdown

A breakdown of finds recorded
Year Quarter Finds Records
2005 1 157 140
2005 2 154 153
2005 3 118 117
2005 4 111 111
2006 1 57 57
2006 2 143 105
2006 3 173 173
2006 4 191 190
2007 1 131 131
2007 2 91 91
2007 3 497 181
2007 4 317 284
2008 1 249 239
2008 2 306 281
2008 3 199 181
2008 4 137 128
2009 1 167 144
2009 2 35 32
2009 3 1 1
2010 1 149 146
2010 2 1139 112
2010 3 93 87
2010 4 378 303
2011 1 257 183
2011 2 527 342
2011 3 421 216
2011 4 124 118
2012 1 255 120
2012 2 191 187
2012 3 436 117
2012 4 363 147
2013 1 31 31
2013 2 4 4
2013 4 143 129
2014 1 111 97
2014 2 344 335
2014 3 129 92
2014 4 177 175
2015 1 270 235
2015 2 232 231
2015 3 86 84
2015 4 134 123
2016 1 227 218
2016 2 144 143

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