Staff Profile:Dr Tom Brindle

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Social Archaeology Research Group

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Tom Brindle is Research Fellow on a Leverhulme Trust funded project investigating rural settlement in Roman Britain, led by Prof Mike Fulford (University of Reading) and Neil Holbrook (Cotswold Archaeology). The overall aim of this project is to use published and unpublished 'grey literature' reports to examine the intricacies of regional and chronological variation and distinctiveness within Roman rural settlement in Britain, south of Hadrian's Wall.

Tom is a specialist in archaeological 'small finds' and coinage and before coming to Reading worked as Finds Liaison Officer for the Portable Antiquities Scheme, first in Northamptonshire and then in Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Aside from artefacts and coinage, Tom's research interests also include the study of Roman rural settlement in Britain, landscape archaeology, and methodological approaches to the study of amateur metal detector finds. Tom's doctoral research utilised Portable Antiquities Scheme data as a landscape resource for the study of rural settlement in Roman Britain, and was published as a British Museum Research Publication in 2014.

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BA, MA, PhD

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