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Archaeological Graphics, (photography, illustration, video and design). Also supporting Geography and Environmental Science. Also specialising in Archaeological fieldwork.
Areas of Interest
Research groups / Centres
- Clarke, A. and Bradley, R. (2016) Excavations at Hillhead, Tarland, Aberdeenshire: a recumbent stone circle and its history. In: Bradley, R. and Nimura, C. (eds.) The Use and Reuse of Stone Circles: Fieldwork at Five Scottish Monuments and its Implications. Oxbow Books, Cheshire, pp. 7-27. ISBN 9781785702433
- Clarke, A., Bradley, R. and Hunter, F. (2016) Excavations at Waulkmill, Tarland, Aberdeenshire: a Neolithic pit, Roman Iron Age burials and an earlier prehistoric stone circle. In: Bradley, R. and Nimura, C. (eds.) The Use and Reuse of Stone Circles: Fieldwork at Five Scottish Monuments and its Implications. Oxbow Books, Cheshire, pp. 27-56. ISBN 9781785702433
- Bradley, R. and Clarke, A. (2016) The Hill of Tuach, Kintore, Aberdeenshire: the excavation of a small stone circle and henge. In: Bradley, R. and Nimura, C. (eds.) The Use and Reuse of Stone Circles: Fieldwork at Five Scottish Monuments and its Implications. Oxbow Books, Cheshire, pp. 74-102. ISBN 9781785702433
- Chapman R. and Wylie A. (2016) Evidential Reasoning in Archaeology. Bloomsbury Academic.
- Eckardt, H., Muldner, G. and Speed, G. (2015) The late Roman field army in Northern Britain? Mobility, material culture and multi-isotope analysis at Scorton (N. Yorks). Britannia, 46. pp. 191-223. ISSN 0068-113X doi: 10.1017/S0068113X1500015X
- Eckardt, H. (2014) Objects and Identities: Roman Britain and the north-western provinces.Oxford University Press , Oxford, pp296. ISBN 9780199693986
- Matthews, W. (2016) Humans and fire: changing relations in early agricultural and built environments in the Zagros, Iran, Iraq. The Anthropocene Review, 3 (2). pp. 107-139. ISSN 2053-020X doi: 10.1177/2053019616636134
- Bradley, R., Lewis, J., Mullin, D. and Branch, N. (2015) 'Where water wells up from the earth': excavations at the findspot of the Late Bronze Age hoard from Broadward, Shropshire.Antiquaries Journal, 95. pp. 21-64. ISSN 1758-5309 doi: 10.1017/S0003581515000177
- Smith, A., Allen, M., Brindle, T. and Fulford, M. (2016) New visions of the countryside of Roman Britain, vol. 1: the rural settlement of Roman Britain. Britannia Monographs, No. 29. Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, London. ISBN 9780907764434
- Fulford, M. (2016) Silchester Roman Town. English Heritage Guidebooks. English Heritage, London, pp40. ISBN 9781910907023
- Fulford, M. (2015) Silchester: the Town Life Project 1997-2014: reflections on a long term research excavation. In: Brindle, T., Allen, M., Durham, E. and Smith, A. (eds.) TRAC 2014 : Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Theoretical Archaeology Conference, Reading 2014. Oxbow , Oxford, pp. 114-121. ISBN 9781785700026
BA hons (Durham University).
Art and Design Foundation Diploma (North Essex School of Art and Design)
I have worked in graphics and archaeological illustration for almost 20 years, and started my career as a field archaeologist after graduating from a degree in Archaeology at Durham University. I teach Illustration of artefacts for the Part 2 Archaeology module; Artefacts in Archaeology, and I also teach students on a one to one basis and supervise graphics placements. I enjoy working on departmental excavations, such as the Inner Hebrides Mesolithic Project and have been a supervisor at the Archaeology Field School, formerly on the Silchester Town Life Project, since 1998.
I have worked full time for the University of Reading since September 2011. Prior to this, I worked for Oxford Archaeology , starting as a field archaeologist, and culminating as the Senior Illustrator for Oxford Archaeology. During this time I was lead illustrator in a number of large publications, including the Thames Through Time series (which was a finalist in the British Archaeological Book of the Year awards), and Under the Oracle.