Research in progress using our data

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Research projects in progress or completed
Primary investigator Title Level End date
Gillan Vickery Wimborne, Dorset

I am studying for an MPhil at Cardiff University. I am investigating a site near Wimborne, Dorset in which an excavation a hundred years ago revealed a sequence of occupation from Roman through to a high status medieval site. I would like to compare this with other sites in east Dorset to…

Masters degree -
Joseph Robson Continuity and Change in Coin Hoarding Practices from Iron Age to Roman Britain, 55 BC - AD 93

I am a current Mst Classical Archaeology student at the University of Oxford. My Masters dissertation relates to the Roman Coinage module and is provisionally titled:

Continuity and Change in Coin Hoarding Practices from Iron Age to Roman Britain, 55 BC - AD 93

The dissert…

Masters degree -
Elizabeth Ryan Vikings north of the Tees?

Does the Tees Valley form boundary of cultural influence in Viking-age North East England? The aim of this MA research (Durham University) is to identify if Viking influence extended northwards past the River Tees, or whether it was contained to the south of the river in what is tradition…

Masters degree -
Lindsay Banfield Piercebridge Finds

I am currently involved in a research placement as part of my Masters degree at University of Reading, and am working with some of the objects from the Piercebridge Project. I would like to gain access to the information and any available images pertaining to these objects which are store…

Masters degree -
Jade Westerman Roman Coin Hoards in Britain

MA Dissertation on Roman Coin Hoards in Britain, supervised by Dr Ben Roberts (Durham University)

Masters degree 2017
Emma Cater Viking and Anglo-Scandinavian Sculpture in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire

I would like my account to be upgraded as it will assist greatly with my current studies for an MA by Thesis in Archaeology (part time, supervised by Peter Halkon), which I am undertaking at the University of Hull. I am producing a comparative study of the archaeological evidence of scult…

Masters degree 2019
Jonathan Ward Viking Trade between Dublin, York and Chester

I would like to be become a resaerch level user as, I will be using the Portable Antiquities Scheme, alongside other data such as HER Data, grey literature, and published literature to analyse the Viking-age trade route between the cities of Dublin and York and Chester's involvement in to…

Masters degree 2017
Ben Haines Viking Age Nottinghamshire

I am a current MPhil student at the Unversity of Cambridge. I will be reviewing finds from the early medievel period in Nottinghamshire to determine if they can help develop our understanding of Viking age Nottinghamshire. It is a 4000 word project for a module on the Anglo-Saxon and Viki…

Masters degree -
James Tufnell The Cirencester Region; Viking disruption in North Yorkshire

Using PAS I hope to able to augment my study of the social organisation and development of Cirencester and its hinterland as part of my MPhil dissertation at Cambridge University. I also hope to encorperate my finds to study metal detector finds as evidence of Viking disruption in North Y…

Masters degree -
Paula Allen Exploring the evidence for links between Britain, Ireland and Frankia during the period that the Great Viking Army was raiding in England (865-880)

My masters dissertation topic aims to explore the evidence for links between Britain, Ireland and Frankia during the period that the Great Viking Army was raiding in England (865-880).

I am investigating the nature and impact of these links, such as:

th…

Masters degree 2018
Brandon Fathy Putting the Dead in their Place: the social landscape of cemeteries and settlement in early medieval Oxfordshire

The aim of my project is to map the changing spatial relationships between settlements and cemeteries in Oxfordshire from AD 300 to 1000. Vast social change has occurred within this time span beginning with the imposition Roman Empire, its subsequent withdrawal and collapse, and the devel…

Masters degree 2018
Brandon Fathy What can brooches tell us about ethnicity in the Danelaw

I am a graduate student at the University of Cambridge and I am trying to map the distribution of Jelling Style brooches in England. This is part of a study on Danish ethnicity in the Danelaw. I want this dataset so I can use it in ArcGIS and manipulate it spatially. Th…

Masters degree 2017
Melanie Legatt Landscape study of Offa's Dyke

I'm conducting a landscape study of Offa's Dyke as part of my MRes at the University of Birmingham. My MRes is due to finish in September this year but I am applying to upgrade to my PhD starting next year at which point the study will extend beyond the monument in the Shropshire up…

Masters degree 2017
David Marshall Investigation of the development of boundaries on the Isle of Wight

Post graduate research at Exeter University. My research project investigates the development of boundaries on the Isle of Wight with the eventual aim moving some way towards identifying pre-Norman estate structures on the island. To achieve this, access to location of find spots will hel…

Masters degree -
Mary Lenon Testing Analytical Skills on PAS Data

I am an archaeologist studying for my graduate degree, in Geographic Data Science, at the University of Liverpool. I am hoping to apply my new found analytical skills to a variety of archaeologically based research projects. I would like to do exploratory analysis, strictly for academic r…

Masters degree -
Elliot Chaplin Elite spaces in the transition from Roman to Early Medieval Britain

I am an MLitt student at Newcastle University, currently studying the end of Roman Britain, its transition into Early Medieval Britain and specifically examining elite spaces. The study of small finds is of particular interest to me, especially small finds that have a continued use from t…

Masters degree -
Jamie Chandler Coinage in Post-Roman Britain

I am a second year student, reading for an MPhil in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies at University College, Oxford. My research is focused on coin use in post-Roman Britain and in particular, on the phenomenon of wide-scale siliqua-clipping and the local striking of imitations. For the …

Masters degree 2017
Amy Wood Crossbow Brooches in Britain

I am writing an MA dissertation on crossbow brooches in Britain and am looking into their distribution around the country. I have already catalogued brooches from MOLA and LAARC and would like to add the information from the PAS to my study in order to create a more complete catalogue for…

Masters degree -
Michael Maddison The Distribution of Iron Age Hillforts in Britain

I am a Master's student at University College London's Institute of Archaeology.
I am taking the course in GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology. My dissertation is on the distribution of Iron Age Hillforts in the British Isles. I am working with the Atlas of Iron Age Hillforts pr…

Masters degree -
Graham Barker The Saeculum in the Third Century AD

A study of the Roman concept of the 'Saeculum' in the third century AD, with an emphasis on the numismatic evidence. The PAS coin records will help determine the frequency of some relevant reverse types.

University of Warwick

Masters degree 2016

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