Dr Hugo Anderson-Whymark BSc PhD FSA Scot

Hugo Lamdin-WhymarkPersonal Profile

I have over 20 years experience examining Late Upper Palaeolithic to Bronze Age lithic assemblages, amounting to some 250,000 artefacts. I have produced in excess of two hundred assessment reports for commercial archaeological organisations and I have taken many assemblages through analysis to publication (see publications). I currently analyse flint for several commercial archaeological organisations and I have worked on assemblages from Cornwall to Orkney and numerous counties in between.   As an experienced researcher and field archaeologist (see projects), each analysis is tailored to provide maximum information in relation to the archaeological context of the assemblage and current research agendas, so providing good value and an efficient service. Also, as an experienced flintknapper I frequently demonstrate this ancient technology to the public at open days and replicate artefacts for museum displays and handling collections. 

I also have many years of experience working as a Researcher and Project Officer for one of the countries largest archaeological organisations. As a result, I am experienced in the production of Desk Based Assessments, Research and Project Designs, Evaluation Reports, Post-excavation Assessments and Updated Project Designs and Publication text.  My research is primarily focussed on the Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age of England and Scotland. 

I am a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and I was Chair of the Lithic Studies Society from 2009 to 2012.

Academic background

Research interests

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