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Research Opportunities

The Bamburgh Research Project excavations have produced a wealth of material. If you are looking for a suitable research topic for an Undergraduate, Masters, or PhD programme please don’t hesitate to get in touch. graemeyoung@bamburghresearchproject.co.uk

Some recent dissertations based on material from Bamburgh include:

‘Bamburgh: Stronghold of the Lords of the North’: A preliminary zooarchaeolgical study of Bamburgh Castle through the medieval period with particular focus on the Early Medieval and Norman-Conquest.
By Thomas George Benjamin Fox
Dissertation presented for BSc Hons in Archaeology at University of Nottingham

ON FOOD AND FODDER: Archaeobotanical Investigations of Bamburgh Castle’s West Ward, 9th through 12th centuries
By Rebecca Blakeney

Dissertation presented for MSc in Archaeology at University of Nottingham

A metalworking area at Bamburgh Castle: the context of high-status tradition.
By Constance Durgeat
Dissertation presented for MA in Archaeology at University of York