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Prof Miranda Aldhouse-Green  -  PhD, FSA, FHEA


Professor Miranda Aldhouse-Green
Position:Professor of Archaeology

Location:John Percival Building, Room 0.48

Research Interests

  • Iron Age and Roman period ritual and religion

Selected Publications

Miranda Aldhouse-Green (2010) Caesar’s Druids. Yale

Miranda Aldhouse-Green (2006) Boudica Britannia. Pearson Longman.

Miranda Aldhouse-Green (2004) An Archaeology of Images. Iconology and Cosmology in Iron Age and Roman Europe. Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Miranda Aldhouse-Green (2004) Crowning Glories: Languages of Hair in Later Prehistoric Europe. Proceedings of The Prehistoric Society. December, Vol 70.

Miranda Aldhouse-Green (2004) Chaining and Shaming: Images of Defeat. From Llyn Cerrig Bach to Sarmitzegetusa. Oxford Journal of Archaeology. August, Vol 23, No 3, pp 319-340.

Miranda Aldhouse-Green (2001) Cosmovision and Metaphor: Monsters and Shamans in Gallo-British Cult-Expression. European Journal of Archaeology. Vol 4, No 2, pp 203-232.

Research Project

Uncovering Celtic Myths
The Language of the Bog-Bodies

Additional Information

  • Responsibility for teaching and managing MA taught archaeology courses: HST 301‘Research Methods’; HST 302 HST ‘Speaking Archaeology/Speaking the Past’
  • Module convenor for MA taught special options course HST 533 ‘The Early Celts’

Impact and Engagement

Considerable media contribution (e.g Time Team, Ancient Britain, Britain’s Secret Treasures)