Research in progress using our data

There are 201 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
Jane Clark A study of Romano-British Locks and Keys

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: A study of Romano-British Locks and Keys

Masters degree -
Lisa Guerre Roman Brooches recorded by the PAS in Lincolnshire

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: Roman Brooches recorded by the PAS in Lincolnshire

Masters degree -
Alex Grassam Database analysis

Oxford University - MSt Archaeology. Database analysis

Masters degree -
Adam Partington Thames Foreshore analysis project

Oxford University - MSt Professional Archaeology - Thames Foreshore analysis project

Masters degree -
Lindsey Buster A comparison of early Anglo-Saxon brooches submitted to PAS with those excavated from cemetery sites.

Masters thesis, York University. A comparison of early Anglo-Saxon brooches submitted to PAS with those excavated from cemetery sites.

Masters degree -
Tiva Montalbano PAS and the Treasure system

Masters thesis at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. This was part of her Public Archaeology MA.

Masters degree -
Janina Parol Who needs Treasure?

Masters thesis as part of the Public Archaeology course at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.

Masters degree -
Julie Cassidy A Study of Roman Dragonesque Brooches.

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: A Study of Roman Dragonesque Brooches.

Masters degree -
Laura Burnett An investigation of pierced Roman coins from Britain, concentrating on copper alloy and silver examples from the Roman period

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: An investigation of pierced Roman coins from Britain, concentrating on copper alloy and silver examples from the Roman period

Masters degree -
Laura McLean A review of button brooches in Kent based upon evidence reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: A review of button brooches in Kent based upon evidence reported to the Portable Antiquities Scheme

Masters degree -
Zoe Hudson Romano-British Cosmetic Tools And Their Role in Religious Performance Activities

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: Romano-British Cosmetic Tools And Their Role in Religious Performance Activities

Masters degree -
Lindsey Smith The contribution of seal boxes and other writing implements to our interpretation and understanding of literacy in Roman Britain.

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: The contribution of seal boxes and other writing implements to our interpretation and understanding of literacy in Roman Britain.

Masters degree -
Lynne Buckley Investigating Artefacts: An Analysis of archaeological archive databases

MA Artefact Studies dissertation, UCL: Investigating Artefacts: An Analysis of archaeological archive databases as a means of testing the efficacy and usage of the finds recording as an academic research tool.

Masters degree -
Laura Laakso Scholars' Access to Research Resources - Issues of Intellectual Property and Cultural Property in Archaeology

This MA was part of the Artefact Studies course at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. Scholars' Access to Research Resources - Issues of Intellectual Property and Cultural Property in Archaeology.

Masters degree -
Rachel Salter A re-evaluation of the Isle of Wight Anglo Saxon Cemeteries

This MA dissertation is being conducted at the University of Winchester. A re-evaluation of the Isle of Wight Anglo Saxon Cemeteries and a look at new discoveries made via metal detecting. We do not have any further details relating to this project.

Masters degree -
Gary Saunders The Development, Distribution and Significance of ( Hallstatt D - La Tene I,II) Brooches in Britain

The Development, Distribution and Significance of (Hallstatt D - La Tene I,II) Brooches in Britain. This is a MA degree being pursued at Leicester University, with the intention of building on the work to transfer to a PhD.

Masters degree 2005
Fiona Cameron A variety of hooks: a study of dress hooks, c1400-1700, recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme

A variety of hooks: a study of dress hooks, c1400-1700, recorded by the Portable Antiquity Scheme. This thesis is being pursued at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL and is being partially supervised by Geoff Egan.

Masters degree 2009
Louisa O'Shaughnessy Relative distribution of artefacts found in England decorated with Viking art styles, in terms of differences in time, space, materials and context.

Relative distribution of artefacts found in England decorated with Viking art styles, in terms of differences in time, space, materials and context. This is a MA degree being pursued at York University.

Masters degree 2009
Nisha Doshi Research dividends of the PAS, focusing on Bronze Age East Anglia.

The research dividends of the PAS, focusing on Bronze Age East Anglia. An MPhil being pursued at Cambridge University.

Masters degree 2008
Alice Forward Early Anglo-Saxon Settlement in North Lincolnshire

Production of a dissertation relating to evidence of early Anglo-Saxon Settlement in North LIncolnshire (Lindsey).

Masters degree 2006

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