Biographies of notable living or dead British archaeologists.
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Hurst, John (1928-2003)
Obituary from The Guardian for one of the founding fathers of British medieval archaeology.
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.
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.
Profile of this University of Bristol Lecturer. Research interests include Palaeolithic European archaeology and chronometric dating techniques.
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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