Research in progress using our data

There are 130 projects in progress that you can read about. If you're not listed here, then please do let us know and we'll add you.

Research projects in progress or completed
Primary investigator Title Level End date
Jenny Best A GIS study of Late Iron Age and Early Roman Horse Equipment

King Alfred's Winchester - A GIS study of Late Iron Age and Early Roman Horse Equipment

Undergraduate -
Lee Hyland Roman Period of the Holderness region of East Yorkshire.

Hull University - Roman Period of the Holderness region of East Yorkshire.

Undergraduate -
Alexandra Shattock Project title unknown

Bournemouth University

Undergraduate -
Helen Beveridge Early Medieval weapons records on the Portable Antiquities Scheme

York University - Early Medieval weapons records on the Portable Antiquities Scheme

Undergraduate -
Stephen Thompson Plotting Corieltavi coins find sites using Celtic Coin Index and PAS data

Plotting Corieltavi coins find sites using Celtic Coin Index and PAS data

Undergraduate -
Emma Fishlock Late Iron age/Early Roman material culture in Essex

Durham University - late Iron age/Early Roman material culture in Essex

Undergraduate -
Keith Spencer An analysis of the Scheme and its use as a tool for archaeological research

An analysis of the Scheme and its use as a tool for archaeological research: with a GIS case study utilising Scheme data relating to Roman funds reported in Lincolnshire. This undergraduate degree was pursued at Bradford University.

Undergraduate 2004
Will Abbott The correlation between Roman military presence and Roman military equipment finds by looking at the portable antiquities database

This undergraduate thesis was pursued at Southampton University and was focused upon Roman Military equipment examples that we have recorded. We do not have further details on this project.

Undergraduate -
John Gibbs A study of changes in settlement and communication patterns in the Chilterns from the late Roman period through to the early mediaeval period.

A study of changes in settlement and communication patterns in the Chilterns from the late Roman period through to the early mediaeval period. This is an undergraduate dissertation topic being pursued at Oxford University.

Undergraduate 2005
Tom Gray Updating Anglo-Saxon England's cartography

I am a third year BA Archaeology student at Southampton University and am currently researching for my dissertation. The topic is that of updating current distribution maps of Anglo-Saxon England using the Portable Antiquities Scheme, and how the pattern is affected by other factors such …

Undergraduate 2009

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