Research in progress using our data

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Research projects in progress or completed
Primary investigator Title Level End date
Brian Roper Landscape Archaeology - Medieval Wales

I wish to become a research level user to assist in the writing of my Dissertation on the MS.c. in Applied Landscape Archaeology at the University of Oxford which is a 1 year project.

David Griffiths, Cont. Educ, Oxford University

Masters degree -
Peta Fray Rural Settlement in the Roman Cotswolds

I am an MA by research student at the University of Birmingham studying with Roger White and Henry Chapman. My research project is looking at the rural settlement patterns of the Roman Cotswolds, Upper Thames Valley and the Severn Vale to understand their spatial locations and their relat…

Masters degree -
John Dinges Pilgrim Badges in England and Wales

I am currently a graduate student at the University of Oxford reading for an M.Phil in Archaeology. My thesis project, which will be completed in June 2020, will focus on the late medieval pilgrim badges of England and Wales. The potential to "shed light on a wide range of popular medieva…

Masters degree -
Ross Humphreys Rome Resistant? Local Identity and Coinage Use in Roman Cornwall.

My name is Ross Humphreys and I am a MA Artefact Studies student at the Institute of Archaeology at UCL. I am applying for research access to the PAS to provide a dataset for my dissertation project, provisionally entitled Rome Resistant? Local Identity and Coinage Use in …

Masters degree 2019
Aidan Alexander Context and Depostion or Bronze Age Dirks and Rapiers in South-East England and Scotland

I am currently in the process of collecting data for my masters thesis. I am writing my thesis at Leiden University, and have included my supervisor as the referee.

My thesis will explore the context and depositional treatment of early and middle Bronze Age dirks & rapiers fro…

Masters degree -
Lewis Batchelor Roman Coin Finds in North Leicestershire and Cumbria

There have been considerable amounts of work carried out in the past that have focussed on the nature and extent of coinage in Roman Britain. One key trend that has emerged from this research has been the notion that coin usage was at its peak usage during the earlier parts of Roman occup…

Masters degree -
Caroline Skelton Horses, Hares and Chickens in Religious practices

This is a MA dissertation focussing on three animals - horses, hares and chickens to see how religion has changed consumption practices in Great Britain, concentrating on data from Southern England. This will entail looking primarily at zooarchaeological data but incorporating iconographi…

Masters degree -
Amelia Perrin Social context of Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches of the fifth- and sixth-centuries

I am an Archaeology MA student at Newcastle University. My research will focus on the social context of Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches of the fifth- and sixth-centuries. This will involve analysing the distribution and chronology of Anglo-Saxon button brooches and comparing their for…

Masters degree 2019
Raphael Lam Ethnicity and Social Status in Later Iron Age and Roman Britain

My research explores the relationship between ethnicity and social status/vested interests during the Later Iron Age and Roman Britain period and re-evaluating the current approaches towards the archaeological materials in that timeframe, mainly focusing on southeast England.

Refe…

Masters degree -
Kaite Mountain Roman and Early Medieval disc brooches

I'm a MA Archaeology student and for my dissertation I'm looking at Roman/Early medieval disc brooches. My aim is to attempt to clarify the chronology and distribution, and explore how material culture reflected the transition from Roman to Anglo-Saxon.

Referee: James Gerrard (Uni…

Masters degree -
Shaun Clayton Archaeology of Witchcraft in the 17th Century

I am a Masters student at the Universtiy of Central Lancashire (UCLan) and I would like to request that my account be upgraded to research level, so that I may gather more complete data on my chosen subject, the archaeology of witchcraft and counter-witchcraft during the 17th Century.…

Masters degree 2019
Edward Dempster Iron Age Hillforts on the Salisbury Plain/ River Avon Wiltshire

Iron Age Hillforts on the Salisbury Plain/ River Avon Wiltshire

I am studying for an MA in Archaeology at the University of Buckingham.

My research/dissertation is focused on Iron Age Hillforts on the Salisbury Plain including those near the River Avon, Wi…

Masters degree -
Alistair Thomson Knights Templar

My current thread of study seeks to characterise the rural preceptories of the Knights Templar in England 1128-1308, aiming to discuss their spatial layout, nature and socio-economic impact. The dissertation will use case studies to illustrate key themes, seeking to determine how archaeol…

Masters degree -
Paul Puissant The Anglo-Saxons

A study of the Anglo-Saxons. University of Tours, France.

Referee:

Professor Elisabeth Lorans

Masters degree -
Aleksandra Rodzinka Medieval Weights

I'm an MSc archaeology student and in order to complete my assignment on medieval weights I need access to finsdspots of objects to create a distribution map.

Referee: Ulrike Sommer, Institute of Archaeology, UCL

Masters degree -
Lisa Ann Pedersen Typology of medieval arrows from England

My Master's project is focused on the typology of medieval arrows from England, including those in the PAST database. The purpose is to compare and contrast the typologies previously published by the London Museum and the expanded typology based on this created by Oliver Jessop.

Masters degree -
Nicolai Lanz Old Nordic Religion at the University of Iceland

Topic: Horned figures in Iron Age Scandinavia and Anglo-Saxon Britain [provisional title]; the thesis aims to look at the ritual and religious aspects of such figures and tries to answer the question whether or not such figures can be attributed to a Germanic deity (e.g. Óðinn/Woden). T…

Masters degree -
Olivia Graves The Role of Byzantine Objects in 7th Century Anglo-Saxon Burials

I am a current graduate student at the University of Oxford reading for an MPhil in Archaeology,and my dissertation title is "The Role of Byzantine Objects in 7th-Century Anglo-Saxon Burials." My project, which will be completed by June, aims to provide an updated catalogue of Byzantine o…

Masters degree -
Karl Shutes Examination of Hoards in Roman Britain using Statistical Analysis

University of Warwick

Referee: Kevin Butcher

Masters degree -
Isaac Lawton Livery Badges between the 13th and 16th centuries in England

I am conducting research for a Master's degree at the University of York, investigating various aspects of the use and effect of livery badges in England between the 13th and 16th centuries AD. The primary source of data for this project is a corpus of livery badges acquired from excavati…

Masters degree 2018

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