New School Research Projects

School of Archaeology & Ancient History staff at Leicester - from lecturers to research fellows and postdoctoral students, plus postgraduates and undergraduates - are involved in major field and research projects, linked to specific sites, regions, countries or across multiple territories. Below is a selection of new School research projects:

Nubia Tila islandArchaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia (ASSN) 1963-1969 Chicken projectThe Chicken Project
Danebury fig. 1(Re)dating Danebury Hillfort and later prehistoric
settlements in the environs: a Bayesian approach
3rd century AD coin hoard from the York area, 2008 T723. © Trustees of the British Museum.Hoarding in Iron Age and Roman Britain
Horse and rider brooch
Bosworth Roman Temple Project
MacSweeney cultural heritage
Cultural Heritage and Peacebuilding
Roman helmet from a mid-first century BC burial at Bridge. Kent. Was this helmet worn by one of Julius Caesar’s soldiers?Photograph By Courtesy of the Trustees of the British MuseumIn the footsteps of Caesar; the archaeology of the first Roman invasions of Britain Big data logoBig data on the Roman table - a research network
Chloe DuckworthAddressing the invisible: recycling, glass and technological practice in the 1st millennium AD

See some of our other current School research projects, and also some past research projects of members of our School, which give a flavour of the breadth and depth of our exciting research.

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