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
akrotiriAncient Akrotiri project, Cyprus 
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 LAar LogoLAar: Libyan Antiquities at Risk

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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