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

Current Students

  • Emilie Hayter A Game of Stones: production, consumption and the social perception of architectural stone in Minoan Crete (joint principal supervisors Todd Whitelaw)
  • Christina Ichim A Network Approach to Processes of Cultural Affiliation in the Late Bronze Age Southern Aegean (joint principal supervisors Todd Whitelaw)
  • Robert Kaleta Spatial, chemical and morphometric analysis of Bronze Age palstaves in England and Wales (joint supervision with Marcos Martinon-Torres)
  • Eva Jobbova Long-term relationship between Maya Society and the local environment: Spatial and Epigraphic Approaches (joint supervision with Elizabeth Graham)
  • Alec McLellan A tale of two Maya Cities: Settlement change, cultural continuity, and landscape ecology between Ka'Kabish and Lamanai (principal supervisor Elizabeth Graham)
  • Bjoern Menzes Mapping and undestanding prehistoric European Landscape features from fine-scale terrain models and spectral images (joint principal supervisors Mark Lake
  • Denitsa Nenova Social and cultural dynamics in Thrace during the Late Bronze Age (joint supervision with Cyprian Broodbank)
  • Juhee Park Museums as part of the ecosystem of digital culture: a comparative student between South Korea and the UK (principal supervisor Theano Moussouri)
  • Joe Roe Modelling prehistoric hunting strategies in Jordan (joint principal supervisor Louise Martin, secondary supervisor Andy Garrard
  • Christine Spencer Picking up the pieces: Assessing the role of surface survey data in interpretations of regional social change of Bronze Age Crete  (joint supervision with Todd Whitelaw)

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)
  • Tessa Dickinson Egyptian Royal tombs in the Early Third Millenium BC (joint supervision with David Jeffreys)
  • 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)
  • Michele Massa Networks of interaction in EBA Anatolia (joint supervision with Cyprian Broodbank)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Alessio Palmisano Computational and spatial Approaches to the commercial landscapes and political geography of the Old Assyrian coloney (second supervisor Mark Altaweel)
  • Melina Smirniou Investigation of Late Bronze Age primary glass production in Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean (principal supervisor Thilo Rehren)
  • Carl Walsh Techniques of the body and the transmission of courtly lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean (joint supervision with David Wengrow)
  • 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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