Former Time Team archaeologist Matt Williams revealed some behind-the-scenes secrets of the hit television series to a delighted audience.
General Information . History Documentary hosted by Alice Roberts and Matt Williams, published by BBC in 2015 - English narration  Cover InformationProfessor Alice Roberts and archaeologist Matt Williams present the highlights from this year's archaeology in Ireland.
Matthew Williams studies Archaeology, Early Christianity, and Acculturation and 'Romanisation'.
We are delighted to announce that Matt Williams has joined the ever expanding Wessex Archaeology team. Matt will be based at our new premises in Welshpool where he will take up the post of Business Manager, Wales. Matt is already well known to many of us at Wessex from his many appearances on Time Team, where his experimental archaeology cameos
Matt Williams Curation and Museum Photography Apr 2011 - Present 9 years 9 months Currently undertaking curatorial and research work on a collection of unaccessioned fossils, collected by Charles Moore, at Somerset Heritage Centre.
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Peter Reynolds Archaeologist Time Team. The Dot by Peter Reynolds. ... Matt Williams Time Team. Peter Reynolds Dedham Mass. 1243 x 1035 · jpeg. schoolsprehistory.co.uk.
Archaeology for the masses. From what might be perceived as a 'stuffy' subject, Time Team has popularised the subject with its enthusiasm to uncover the secrets of Britain's rich and long history ...
At Wessex Archaeology our staff are our greatest asset. Our team of archaeologists and heritage specialists is drawn from a diverse range of disciplines which offers customers unparalleled access to top quality knowledge and skills. We encourage innovation and continually seek to nurture, update and develop our teams expertise.
Jenni can't remember how she first got interested in archaeology, but she always quite liked history at school and did her first work experience at Warwick Museum when she was 15, so she was obviously into archaeology by then. She did a degree in archaeology at Bristol University, and in her final year took Mick Aston's monasteries course.
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