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UK Fellow, Archaeology, elected in 2004

Dr Joan Oates FBA

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About this Fellow

Archaeology of the Ancient Near East Archaeology Mesopotamia & Babylon

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Appointments

Current post

  • Senior Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge

Past Appointments

  • Fellow, Tutor and Lecturer, Girton College University of Cambridge, 1971 - 1995
  • Lecturer in History and Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, University of Cambridge, 1989 - 1995
  • , Archaeologist working in Iraq and Syria, 1951
  • Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 1995
  • Metropolitan Musem of Art, NYC, Other Foreign Institutions, 1954 - 1956
  • Senior Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 1995

Publications

Babylon 1979, 1986, 2005

Nimrud, an Assyrian City Revealed 2001

Excavations at Tell Brak (4 volumes) 1997, 2001, and in preparation

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Professor Nancy Edwards

The archaeology of Wales and Ireland c. AD400-1150; early medieval inscribed stones and stone sculpture and the archaeology of the church; antiquarians and Welsh archaeology

Professor Peter Bellwood

The multidisciplinary reconstruction of prehistoric human migrations across the world and the multiregional development of agricultural societies, with a disciplinary focus on the archaeology of Southeast Asia and Oceania

Professor Simon Keay

The archaeology of ports, commerce, urbanism and cultural change in the early Roman Mediterranean, particularly Italy and Iberia; the application of non-destructive field -techniques to archaeological sites

Professor Noël Duval

History, archaeology, epigraphy of Late Antiquity: imperial ideology and palaces; iconography; early Christian and Byzantine architecture; ecclesiastical architecture and fittings; Christian inscriptions; studies in the Graeco-Roman department of the Lou