Andrew Bevan
  • a.bevan@ucl.ac.uk
  • Direct: +44 (0)20 7679 1528
  • Internal: 21528
  • Room 108
  • UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY UK

Andrew Bevan

Research Interests

  • GIS and spatial analysis
  • Material culture and value
  • Mediterranean archaeology and history
  • Human settlement and landscape ecology
  • Archaeological survey and excavation methods

Research Directory Records

Educational Background

  • BA Ancient & Modern History (Oxford, 1995)
  • MA Archaeology (UCL, 1997)
  • PhD (UCL, 2001)

Current Students

  • Tessa Dickinson Egyptian Royal tombs in the Early Third Millenium BC (joint supervision with David Jeffreys)
  • Eva Jobbova Long-term relationship between Maya Society and the local environment: Spatial and Epigraphic Approaches (joint supervision with Elizabeth Graham)
  • Alessio Palmisano Computational and spatial Approaches to the commercial landscapes and political geography of the Old Assyrian coloney (second supervisor Mark Altaweel)
  • Marina Milic Network dynamics of late Neolithic communities in the western Anatolia, the Balkans and the Mediterranean: a social and spatial approach through analysis of obsidian exchange (joint supervision with Cyprian Broodbank)
  • Denitsa Nenova Social and cultural dynamics in Thrace during the Late Bronze Age (joint supervision with Cyprian Broodbank)
  • Michele Massa Networks of interaction in EBA Anatolia (joint supervision with Cyprian Broodbank)
  • Carl Walsh Techniques of the body and the transmission of courtly lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean (joint supervision with David Wengrow)

Recently completed students

  • Lesley Bushnell The socio-economic implications of the distrubition of juglets in the eastern Mediterranean during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages (second supervisor Todd Whitelaw)
  • Enrico Crema Evolutionary models of settlement and subsistence pattern amongst the complex Hunter-Gatherers of Temperate Northern Pacific (joint principal supervisor with Mark Lake)
  • Adi Keinan Archaeological inventories, GIS and Conflicting Cultures in the Occipied West Bank (joint supervision with Tim Williams)
  • Janice (Xiuzhen) Li Defining and Interpreting Specialization and Standardization: the Bronze Weapons of the Terra-cotta Warriors of the Qin Dynasty,China (joint supervision with Marcos Martinon-Torres, second supervisor Thilo Rehren)
  • Steven Markofsky (2010): Illuminating the Black Sands: Survey and Settlement in the Bronze Age Murghab Delta, Turkmenistan (joint supervision with Tim Williams)
  • Margarita Nazou Pottery, identity and sociocultural relationships in¬† Attica and the surrounding islands (Euboea, the Northern Cyclades and the Saronic Gulf) during the Final Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age (joint principal supervisors Todd Whitelaw and Cyprian Broodbank)
  • Melina Smirniou Investigation of Late Bronze Age primary glass production in Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean (principal supervisor Thilo Rehren)
  • Stone Vessels and Values in the Bronze Age Mediterranean
  • Cultures of Commodity Branding
  • Mediterranean Islands, Fragile Communities and Persistent Landscapes: Antikythera in Long-term Perspective
  • Computational Approaches to Archaeological Spaces

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