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  • Addyman, Peter (1939- ) - Interview in British Archaeology September 1995 with the Director of the successful York Archaeological Trust and retiring President of the CBA.
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  • Bradley, Richard (1946- ) - Interview in British Archaeology December 1996 with the Professor of Archaeology at Reading and noted British prehistorian.
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  • Grinsell, Leslie (1907-95) - Obituary from British Archaeology May 1995 of the man who examined and recorded some 10,000 barrows. Keeper of Archaeology Bristol City Museum 1952-72.
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  • Hawkes, Jacquetta (1910-1996) - Obituary in British Archaeology May 1996 of a leading populariser of archaeology, author of the Atlas of Ancient Archaeology and the Shell Guide to British Archaeology.
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  • Hinton, David - Brief profile of this University of Southampton Professor. Research interests include urbanism, particularly of the Saxon period, and metalwork.
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  • Hurst, John (1928-2003) - Obituary from The Guardian for one of the founding fathers of British medieval archaeology.
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  • Jones, Barri (1936-1999) - Obituary in The Guardian July 23 1999 of the charismatic Welsh-born Professor at Manchester University, a noted Romanist. Contributions to archaeology included aspects of ancient Italy, north Africa, Roman Britain and Roman mining, and also played a leading role both in popularising his subject and creating a professional regional archaeology service.
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  • Jope, Martyn (1915-1996) - Obituary in British Archaeology February 1997 of the founder and head of the archaeology department, Queen's University, Belfast.
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  • Mattingly, David - Photograph and brief biography of the Professor of Roman Archaeology at Leicester University who led recent projects in the Libyan Sahara and the Jordanian Desert.
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  • Peacock, David - Photograph, research interests and publication list of Professor Peacock, Head of the University of Southampton Department of Archaeology, best-known for his work on pottery and stone analysis.
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  • Pettitt, Paul - Profile of this University of Bristol Lecturer. Research interests include Palaeolithic European archaeology and chronometric dating techniques.
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  • Rodwell, Warwick (1947- ) - Interview in British Archaeology July 1997 with the ground-breaking fabric analyst and author of the standard textbook on church archaeology.
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  • Thackray, David (1948- ) - Interview in British Archaeology June 1995 with the chief archaeologist for the National Trust.
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  • Fox, Cyril - Archaeologist Extraordinary - News Wales reports that a biography, written by Cyril Fox's son, will be launched next week at the National Museum of Wales, where Fox was once keeper of archeology. (September 24, 2002)
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