MONEY & MEDALS
Memberships: Society for Medieval Archaeology
Career Summary: PhD (Dunlem): Dept of Archaeology, 'An Archaeology of Trade in Eastern England, c.650-900CE'; University of York (2005-7): post-doctoral research assistant on AHRC-funded project 'Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy'
Areas of interest/research: 1. monetary history and the role of coinage in early societies 2. Archaeologies of trade and production in early medieval Europe 3. The evolution of settlement hierarchies 4. the use of metal-detected artefacts in archaeological research
Details of books/publications relating to your work on Money and Medals:
An Archaeology of Trade in Middle Saxon England, BAR British Series 376, Oxford: Archaeopress (2004) .
National Finds Advisor - Early Medieval and later coinage (Portable Antiquities Scheme)
Heberden Coin Room
email: john.naylor @ ashmus.ox.ac.uk
tel: +44 (0) 1865 278065