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Ms Olivia Britter

Ms Olivia Britter

Research interests

  • How Household Archaeology can be used to undestand ways of living in later prehistory.
  • The use of material objects and architecture as a means of demonstrating social and cultural identity.
  • How social and cultural shifts impact people’s lives and how this is visable in the archaeological record.

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Research

Research interests

  • How Household Archaeology can be used to undestand ways of living in later prehistory.
  • The use of material objects and architecture as a means of demonstrating social and cultural identity.
  • How social and cultural shifts impact people’s lives and how this is visable in the archaeological record.
  • The Bronze to Iron Age transition period in Britian. 
  • Categorisation of archaeological time.
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