Institute of Archaeology


Sam Moorhead - Honorary Lecturer

Sam Moorhead
Name: Dr Sam Moorhead
Honorary Title: Lecturer
Email: s.moorhead@ucl.ac.uk
IoA staff nominator’s name and email address:
Sally Worrell s.worrell@ucl.ac.uk

 At present, Sam teaches on the MA in Artefact Studies and ARCL2001 Roman Coinage module. Sam has also supervised both PhD and MA students at the Institute, the most recent being in 2019. 


Selected recent publications

  • The ancient and early medieval coins from the Triconch Palace, c. 2nd century BC to c. AD 600’, in W. Bowden (ed.), Butrint 5, Life and Death at a Mediterranean Port (Oxbow, 2020), pp. 78-94 & 275-319
  • The Frome Hoard. How a massive find changes everything in: Bruno Callegher (Edited by), “Too Big to Study? Troppo grandi da studiare?”, Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2019, pp. 281-304
  • The ancient and early Byzantine coins from Vrina Plain, in S. Greenslade (ed.), Butrint 6 – Excavations on the Vrina Plain (Vol 2, The Finds) (Oxbow, 2019), 15-40
  • The Malpas Hoard and the Flight of Caratacus in E. J. Stewart (ed.), Insights into Roman Hoards of North West England, (National Museums Liverpool, 2018), 13-19
  • R Bland, E Besly, A Burnett and S Moorhead, The Cunetio and Normanby Hoards (Spink 2018)

Note: Awarded the Medal of the Royal Numismatic Society in 2019