UCL Early Medieval Atlas



Major Research Projects

Lordship and Landscape in East Anglia CE 400-8002017-Leverhulme Trust
Travel and Communication in Anglo-Saxon England2014-2017Leverhulme Trust
Assembly Sites of Wales2014-Leverhulme Trust
Landscapes of Governance2009-2012Leverhulme Trust
Beyond the Tribal Hidage2006-2009Leverhulme Trust
Beyond the Burghal Hidage2005-2008Leverhulme Trust


PhD Research Projects

Suburban Development in Anglo-Norman England - Andrew Agate [completed, Newcastle University]
Coin hoards and society in medieval England and Wales, c. AD 973-1544 - Murray Andrews [current, UCL]
Trees and Woodland in Anglo-Saxon Culture - Michael Bintley [completed 2010, UCL]
The Place-Name Kingston and its Context - Jill Bourne [completed 2011, University of Nottingham]
From Wics to monasteries and palaces: investigating Anglo-Saxon vessel glass from settlement contexts - Rose Broadley [completed 2016, UCL]
War-gear and Warrior Culture in England and Scandinavia, c.500-1100 - Sue Brunning [completed 2013, UCL]
Social Landscape of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Sussex - Scott Chaussée [current, UCL]
Land, people and power in early medieval Wales: the cantref of Cemais in comparative perspective - Rhiannon Comeau [current, UCL]
Travel and Communication in the Landscape of Early Medieval Wessex - Alex Langlands [completed 2013, University of Winchester]
Pattern and process in Anglo-Saxon rural settlement - Hana Lewis [completed 2018, UCL]
Pilgrimage in Later Medieval England: Four Regional Case Studies - Martin Locker [completed 2013, UCL]
Adaptive continuity, pattern and process in the exploitation (and built environment) of woodland-pastures in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval England - Jason Peters [current, UCL]
Tower-nave Churches as High-Status Secular and Religious Buildings in Anglo-Saxon and Early Norman Society - Michael Shapland [completed 2012, UCL]
Changing Human-Animal Interactions in Post-Roman Britain: Can we detect socio-economic and cultural change? - Lucy Sladen [current, UCL]
Landscape and Warfare in Early Medieval Britain - Tom Williams [completed 2016, UCL]
A study of urban trans-location in early medieval England: occupation identities in Saxon London 770-1020 - Victoria Ziegler  [current, UCL]

Academic Network based projects

Members of the team are participants in the following related projects:

Forms and Scales of Space Divisions in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula (AD 700-1035)Spanish funded international academic network  (2014- )
Collapse and regeneration in late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages: the case of Northwestern IberiaSpanish funded international academic network  (2014- )
Assemblies in Iceland 850-1950Icelandic funded international academic network (2014- )
Foundations of European Space Project 2Spanish funded international academic network (2010-15)
Local territories and identities in the early medieval centre of Iberian Peninsula: a spatial analysis of rock-cut gravesSpanish funded international academic network (2010-15)
The Assembly ProjectERC funded research project (2009-15)
Sense of Place in the Early Middle AgesAHRC funded network (2009-11)
Foundations of the European SpaceSpanish funded international academic network  (2005-09)
People and Space in the Early Middle AgesBritish Academy funded seminar (2001-4)


Fieldwork based projects

Members of the team are participants in the following related projects:

Great Bedwyn Research Project (Wiltshire)2017-present
Vigana Highland Settlement Project (Central Northern Spain)2012-present
Archaeological-Historical study of Saint Vincent of Meá Church (Murgados, A Coruña)2011
Alava Rural Settlement Project (North-eastern Spain)2006-12
Howmore Project (South Uist, Outer Hebrides)2002-2005
Buckfastleigh Project (Devon)2001-2007
Compton Bassett Area Research Project (Wiltshire)2001-present