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Andrew Reynolds – University of Reading

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Andrew Reynolds

Late Bronze Age and Iron Age hoards in Wales and Marches: An investigation into patterns of selective and reflective deposition.

 A four-year doctoral project investigating patterns of selective and reflective deposition in the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age hoards of Wales and the Marches. The research aims to contribute to the recent shift in the approaches to analysis and understanding of the Western European Late Bronze Age and Iron Age hoards and their deposition by re-investigating Welsh metalwork hoards such as Guilsfield, Llyn Fawr and Llyn Cerrig Bach. This is a self-funded research project. Methods being employed include examination of published reports and hoard objects within museums, grey literature, key site topography, a digital database using ArcGIS will be produced and the data set analysed.


About Me:

 Born in Neath, South Wales and married with two children. Enjoys most sport including Football, Rugby, Archery and Bowls.

  • Degrees in History, Education and Archaeology (University of Wales).
  • Worked as a University Senior Lecturer and Programme Director on undergraduate/ masters courses, also as a Primary School D/ Headteacher.
  • Served as Chair of British Education Studies Association (BESA) and External Examiner at three universities in the North West.
  • Volunteer at Dyfed Archaeological Trust and member of CBA, LPFG, CRAG, Poulton Trust and Chester Archaeological Society.

Research Interests:

  •  British Prehistory
  • Celto-Roman Studies
  • Landscape Archaeology
  • Celtic Art
  • Welsh Archaeology

Research Groups:

Objects, Materials and People

Landscape,Climate and Lived Environment


      A Reynolds 


Twitter: @andrewcwreynol1


Professor Nicholas Branch (University of Reading)

 Professor Duncan Garrow (University of Reading) 

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