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We have worked on material from archaeological sites across Britain dating between the Palaeolithic period and 20th century, providing our clients with high quality reporting that meets with national, regional and chronological standards and guidance, at competitive rates.

We have met extremely short deadlines associated with ensuring construction and infrastructure projects can keep on schedule - in some cases providing full assessment within 48 hours from first contact to report delivery.

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Zooarchaeologist & Director

Hannah is an experienced Zooarchaeologist and Project Manager. She has lead large and small

post-excavation projects from initial client contact through to publication and archive.

Hannah's research has focused on fish and fishing in the past, particularly looking at past human diet, site formation processes and environmental reconstruction. She has worked on material from sites in the UK, Spain, Italy, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, including five UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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Pottery and CBM Specialist & Director

David is a pottery and ceramic building materials (CBM) specialist, providing CIfA level 1 to 3 reports and publication text for Iron Age to modern pottery for most areas in Britain with a focus on Roman pottery and CBM. He has extensive experience in post-excavation work having worked on major projects in Pompeii and Vagnari Roman Imperial Estate in Italy, and large infrastructure and development projects with significant Roman archaeology in the UK.

David's research has focused on the use, impact and economy of artificial light during the Roman period. His work on Roman ceramics provides dating evidence, information about trade networks and site function.  

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Senior Zooarchaeologist

Marina is a Senior Zooarchaeologist at and PhD candidate in archaeology at the University of Sheffield. She has worked on various mammal, bird and fish bone assemblages dating from the Iron Age to the post-medieval period in Britain and the Roman period in Spain. She has previous experience working as a field archaeologist in Spain and England, both in academic and commercial settings.


Marina’s research interests focus on the study of reptiles and amphibians in archaeology, specifically in the Mediterranean region. Her PhD project is about the study of trade and cultural contacts within the Mediterranean, as well as human diet, environmental reconstruction, and biogeography through the study of terrestrial and fresh-water turtles.

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