Our Expert of the Week, James Mallinson, Archaeologist and Actor  James trained at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. He has extensive field experience working on excavations in England, Spain and the West Indies. James has worked for the National Trust in developing public engagement projects at archaeological sites, bringing their stories to life. James has also worked on a number of film and television productions including Downton Abbey!

Our Expert of the Week, James Mallinson, Archaeologist and Actor James trained at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. He has extensive field experience working on excavations in England, Spain and the West Indies. James has worked for the National Trust in developing public engagement projects at archaeological sites, bringing their stories to life. James has also worked on a number of film and television productions including Downton Abbey!

John J Johnston is the Vice Chair of the The Egypt Exploration Society and continues to study part-time for his PhD at University College London, where he has been a regular contributor to both BA and MA courses, looking specifically at mortuary archaeology and the history of Egyptology

John J Johnston is the Vice Chair of the The Egypt Exploration Society and continues to study part-time for his PhD at University College London, where he has been a regular contributor to both BA and MA courses, looking specifically at mortuary archaeology and the history of Egyptology

David Rohl has dedicated his life to learning all things Egypt and has professional experience lecturing in various universities since 1987 and continues to do so. He has been featured and a host in a myriad of television shows namely, a three-part documentary series Pharaohs and Kings and in Search of Eden through the Discovery Channel and Channel Four and finally was featured in the 2014 documentary movie, Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus by MMG.

David Rohl has dedicated his life to learning all things Egypt and has professional experience lecturing in various universities since 1987 and continues to do so. He has been featured and a host in a myriad of television shows namely, a three-part documentary series Pharaohs and Kings and in Search of Eden through the Discovery Channel and Channel Four and finally was featured in the 2014 documentary movie, Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus by MMG.

Our Expert of the Week: Writer, Historian, Castle Hunter, & Battlemaster, David Weinczok.  David has applied his immense passion for history to some of Scotland’s most important heritage projects. He is a ‘Battlemaster’ at the Bannockburn Heritage Centre where he brings Scotland’s greatest medieval battle to life for visitors using interactive 3D technology. He also develops interpretation materials at Gladstone’s Land, a 500-year old tenement on Edinburgh’s world-famous Royal Mile.

Our Expert of the Week: Writer, Historian, Castle Hunter, & Battlemaster, David Weinczok. David has applied his immense passion for history to some of Scotland’s most important heritage projects. He is a ‘Battlemaster’ at the Bannockburn Heritage Centre where he brings Scotland’s greatest medieval battle to life for visitors using interactive 3D technology. He also develops interpretation materials at Gladstone’s Land, a 500-year old tenement on Edinburgh’s world-famous Royal Mile.

Dr Joe Simmons, Archaeologist & Dentist  says "For me, it was always about the sheer thrill of discovery! My flashes of discovery have ranged widely: From finding 70-pound ingots of silver on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, to successfully uncovering key construction features of an early sixteenth-century vessel of exploration in the Caribbean and more. I continue to be thrilled by discovery.”

Dr Joe Simmons, Archaeologist & Dentist says "For me, it was always about the sheer thrill of discovery! My flashes of discovery have ranged widely: From finding 70-pound ingots of silver on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, to successfully uncovering key construction features of an early sixteenth-century vessel of exploration in the Caribbean and more. I continue to be thrilled by discovery.”

Dr Allan Morton possesses qualities and quirks that epitomize the unhinged, archaeological spirit. He has worked as a professional archaeologist for twenty years. His scientific interest started with the archaeology of human origins and he spent eight years working for Harvard University in the deserts of northern Kenya. He also has dozens of academic publications and has conducted archaeological research on five continents, ranging from burial sites, to human remains, to forensic taphonomy.

Dr Allan Morton possesses qualities and quirks that epitomize the unhinged, archaeological spirit. He has worked as a professional archaeologist for twenty years. His scientific interest started with the archaeology of human origins and he spent eight years working for Harvard University in the deserts of northern Kenya. He also has dozens of academic publications and has conducted archaeological research on five continents, ranging from burial sites, to human remains, to forensic taphonomy.

Authentic curiosity is what makes Rich Blundell a quintessential renaissance man. It is also what makes him an engaging television personality for an incredibly broad range of subjects.  From astronomy to cultural anthropology, history to science, wildlife to indigenous myths, Rich Blundell has done a lot of wondering, wandering, and finding out.

Authentic curiosity is what makes Rich Blundell a quintessential renaissance man. It is also what makes him an engaging television personality for an incredibly broad range of subjects. From astronomy to cultural anthropology, history to science, wildlife to indigenous myths, Rich Blundell has done a lot of wondering, wandering, and finding out.

Colin Cadieux, Archaeologist, Adventurer and Explorer.  Graduate of the University of Toronto, for the past 9 years Colin has worked in the Middle East, Spain and Canada. He is a freelance archaeologist who loves to teach archaeological methods and theory to aspiring archaeologists. Colin is a climber, canoeist, long distance cyclist and hiker.

Colin Cadieux, Archaeologist, Adventurer and Explorer. Graduate of the University of Toronto, for the past 9 years Colin has worked in the Middle East, Spain and Canada. He is a freelance archaeologist who loves to teach archaeological methods and theory to aspiring archaeologists. Colin is a climber, canoeist, long distance cyclist and hiker.

James Sved, Architectural Historian James is an award-winning restoration architect and architectural historian. He is certified as an advanced scuba diver and has hiked to the top of some of the highest peaks on the East coast of the United States. For the past ten years, he has conducted archaeometric research into some of the oldest buildings in our civilization's history - some of which now reside at the bottom of our oceans.

James Sved, Architectural Historian James is an award-winning restoration architect and architectural historian. He is certified as an advanced scuba diver and has hiked to the top of some of the highest peaks on the East coast of the United States. For the past ten years, he has conducted archaeometric research into some of the oldest buildings in our civilization's history - some of which now reside at the bottom of our oceans.

Phil Bethell is an Archaeologist and Heritage expert with his own fascinating history. From the deserts of Oman to mist-shrouded Orkney he has dug up the past; he has managed a Roman Villa, analysed soils for traces of ancient faeces, looked for dissolved bodies at Sutton Hoo, and even worked on making a digital archive of the first hundred years of Swansea City Football Club! He is not a stuffy academic and believes in making the understanding of heritage an entertaining experience

Phil Bethell is an Archaeologist and Heritage expert with his own fascinating history. From the deserts of Oman to mist-shrouded Orkney he has dug up the past; he has managed a Roman Villa, analysed soils for traces of ancient faeces, looked for dissolved bodies at Sutton Hoo, and even worked on making a digital archive of the first hundred years of Swansea City Football Club! He is not a stuffy academic and believes in making the understanding of heritage an entertaining experience

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