Research in progress using our data

There are 166 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
Letty Ten-Harkel Town-country relationships in the 10th century AD

An analysis of town-country relationships in the 10th century AD, in particular Lincoln and Lindsey, using a number of types of material culture. This PhD research is being pursued at Sheffield University and is due for completion in 2009.

PhD level research 2009
Suzie Thomas Relationships between archaeologists and metal detector users in England and Wales.

This PhD is being pursued at Newcastle University and examines the relationship between archaeologists and metal detector users in England and Wales.

PhD level research 2009
Jane Kershaw Scandinavian and Anglo-Scandinavian brooches from the Danelaw

Researching all known finds of Scandinavian and Anglo-Scandinavian brooches from the Danelaw. The Scheme's data set will provide a large extent of the data that she will use. This PhD is being conducted at Oxford University.

PhD level research 2009
Ian Leins An analysis of Iron Age coinage recorded by the Scheme and the Celtic Coin Index

This PhD is a collaborative Doctoral Award degree which is being conducted by the Museum's curator of Iron Age numismatics (Ian Leins) in conjunction with Newcastle and Birkbeck Universities and the British Museum. This is a part time degree, so will be finished over a longer period than …

PhD level research 2010
Tom Brindle Analysis of Roman rural landuse in Britain comparing PAS and HER data

Development of a thesis to expand our knowledge of Roman settlement in the rural landscape of Britain. It involves the production of a GIS analysis of the distribution of Roman settlements alongside a phenonmenoligical approach. This project is a Collaborative Doctoral Award, bein…

PhD level research 2009
Daniel Pett Rebuilding of the Portable Antiquities Scheme database

Following the demise of Oxford ArchDigital, the Scheme's database was thrown into a state of flux and needed a substantial amount of work to make it more usable by the community of users.

PhD level research 2009

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