Iron Age

The Institute has a number of staff actively working on the Iron Age, with a geographical coverage from Egypt, the ancient Near East, Italy (Tuscany (the Etruscans), Marche and Puglia), and the Black Sea (Scythians) to continental Europe and the British Isles. Collectively, their work offers a large-scale comparative archaeology of the first millennium BC and considers the long-term evolution of settlement and landscape. Foci of research include: Iron Age societies in Britain and western Europe, urban and rural societies; socio-political identities and theoretical approaches to culture contact and change and the relations of local Iron Age communities with the Roman world; and the social contexts and materials science of Iron Age artefacts – metal artefacts, ceramics, and textiles.

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