Research in progress using our data

There are 9 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
Leo Webley Later Prehistoric Metalwork in Britain

I am working on a Leverhulme Trust funded research project based at Bristol University investigating later prehistoric metalworking in Britain (approximate duration of research: until end 2018). This includes study of the landscape context of metal objects related to metalworking.
I…

Major research (Leverhulme funded) 2018
Alice Forward ‘Living Standards and Material Culture in English Rural Households, 1300-1600’

I am currently working as an Associate Researcher on a Leverhulme Trust Funded Project (here is a link to our blog: medievalobjects.wordpress.com - Cambridge and Cardiff Universities) during which we will be using PAS data to look at the distribution of medieval objects at particular site…

Major research (Leverhulme funded) 2019
Susan Kilby Flood and Flow: Place-names and the Changing Hydrology of River Systems

'Flood and Flow: Place-Names and Changing Hydrology of River Systems'.
The work will draw initially from place-name evidence, and the project is the first to study river flooding and water/land management during the period c.700-1100AD, the last major episode on record of rapid warm…

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Ben Pears Flood and Flow: Place-Names and Changing Hydrology of River Systems

'Flood and Flow: Place-Names and Changing Hydrology of River Systems'.
The work will draw initially from place-name evidence, and the project is the first to study river flooding and water/land management during the period c.700-1100AD, the last major episode on record of rapid warm…

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Susan Harrington People and Place: The Making of the Kingdom of Northumbria AD 300-800

Together with Dr Sarah Semple and Dr Brian Buchanan, I am working on a Leverhulme funded project at Durham University. Our project title is People and Place: The Making of the Kingdom of Northumbria AD 300-800. We will work primarily with burial data and GIS mapping and wish to use PAS da…

Major research (Leverhulme funded) 2018
Nancy Edwards Life in Early Medieval Wales

I have just begun a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship (2015–18) to write a book, Life in Early Medieval Wales, to be published by Oxford University Press.

Nancy Edwards is Professor of Archaeology at Bangor University.

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Eleanor Rye Travel and Communication in Anglo-Saxon England

I am a Research Associate at the Institute for Name-Studies, University of Nottingham, working on the project 'Travel and Communication in Anglo-Saxon England'. The project, a three-year interdisciplinary research project funded by The Leverhulme Trust, is a collaborative venture between …

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Katie Robbins The PAS as a tool for archaeological research

The PAS database provides a rich and detailed source of information that is increasingly being used by academic and professional archaeologists to study the past and to inform planning decisions. However, although there are numerous research projects that using the PAS database, the data…

Major research (Leverhulme funded) 2015
Tim Evans The Rural Settlement of Roman Britain

The Rural Settlement of Roman Britain PPG 16 (Planning Policy 16) was implemented in 1990. It embedded the principle of developers paying for the mitigation of any damage, or loss to the archaeological heritage, that might result from their proposals by means of preservation by …

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