Ashley Bryant

Since graduating from UCL with an MA Archaeology, and from Bradford University with an MSc in Archaeological Prospection, Ashley worked in engineering and environmental geophysics before moving into commercial archaeology.

Ashley has excavated and surveyed sites across the UK, Europe and Egypt, including St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, Binchester Roman Fort, the Trypillia mega-site of Nebelivka, Ukraine, Long Meg stone circle at Penrith and the South Tomb Cemetery and domestic glass workshop at Amarna, Egypt.

Her research interests include geophysics and GIS applications, Landscape Archaeology, material origins and uses, and Egyptian Archaeology.

The Minories project is giving Ashley the opportunity to further develop her skills and interest in excavating deeply stratified, multi-period sites.