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  • Dr Dominique de Moulins
  • Honorary Lecturer
  • d.demoulins@ucl.ac.uk
  • UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY UK

Dominique de Moulins

Dominique de Moulins obtained her PhD in Archaeobotany in 1994 and worked as Regional Archaeological Science Advisor for the South-East of England at English Heritage from 1999, retiring in 2012. She continues to conduct research on Sidon material, publishing roots and tubers from British sites and charring experiments carried out at the Institute of Archaeology. She also lectures and runs practical sessions for the IoA Environmental Archaeology MSc course and provides training and supervision of students carrying out archaeobotany dissertations. She is involved in collaborative work with the Euphrates Salvage Project, and the Tell Leilan project.

Research Interests

  • Archaeobotany. Beginning of agriculture especially in the Near East. Early agricultural systems. Agriculture in the Bronze Age of the Near East.
  • British archaeology. In particular: unpublished projects on weeds in thatch and British archaeological roots and tubers. Both projects carried out when she was archaeobotanist at the Ancient Monuments Laboratory of English Heritage.

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