I left the Division of Archaeological, Geographical and Environmental Sciences, Bradford
University in July 2009, after nearly 18 years of teaching and research.
I have extensive experience in all aspects of archaeometallurgy, as well as plenty
of practical experience of archaeology ( I have probably excavated more skeletons
than some ‘bone experts’).
I started digging at the tender age of 5, on the North Yorkshire Moors, learning
a great deal from such characters as Raymond Hayes and Tony Pacitto.
I was in the first cohort of undergraduate students to take the Bradford Archaeological
Sciences Course, along with John Gater, Julie Bond and Janet Ambers
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