Dr Jeremy Taylor
Lecturer in Landscape Archaeology
BA, Ph.D. (Dunelm.)
Tel: 0116 223 1804
Jeremy Taylor took both his BA and PhD degrees at the University of Durham, and then worked as a research associate for Durham and Historic Scotland. He subsequently moved to Leicester to take up a Leverhulme Research Fellowship at the School in 1999 before being appointed as a Lecturer in Archaeology in 2001. He is currently one of the directors of the major field project at Burrough Hill, Leics.
Selected Recent Publications
Taylor J. (2007) An Atlas of Roman Rural Settlement in England. London: CBA Research Report 151.
Taylor J. The survey and the Excavated sequences, in Millett M (ed.) 2006. Survey and Excavation of a Roman Roadside Settlement at Shiptonthorpe, East Yorkshire. Oxford: Oxbow. Yorkshire Archaeological Society Monograph 5., 7-74.
Taylor J. 2006. The Roman Period, in NJ Cooper (ed.) The Archaeology of the East Midlands: An Archaeological resource Assessment and Research Agenda. University of Leicester, 137-60.
Eastaugh EJH and Taylor J. 2005. Geophysical survey of the Dorset Palaeoeskimo site at Point Riche, Newfoundland. In T Bell and MAP Renouf, Humans on the Landscape: Interdisciplinary studies at Port au Choix. Journal of Newfoundland and Labrador Studies 20:1, 157-73. ISSN 0823-1737.
Keay S, Millett M, Poppy S, Taylor J and Terrenato N. 2004. New approaches to Urbanism in the Tiber Valley. In H Patterson (ed.) Bridging the Tiber. Approaches to Regional Archaology in the Middle Tiber Valley. Archaeological Monograph of the British School at Rome 13, 223-36.