Skip Content
UK Fellow, Archaeology, elected in 2006

Professor Martin Millett FBA

Martin Millett profile picture

About this Fellow

Archaeology Art and Archaeology of Rome, Italy and the Roman Provinces Prehistoric Archaeology

Website: http://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/directory/martin-millett

Appointments

Current post

  • Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Cambridge, and Fellow, Fitzwilliam College

Past Appointments

  • Lecturer to Professor, University of Durham, 1981 - 1998
  • Professor, University of Southampton, 1999 - 2001
  • Professor, University of Cambridge, 2001
  • Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 2001
  • Hants County Museum Service, Other Institutions, 1980 - 1981
  • Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 2001

British Academy Appointments

  • Vice-President (BASIS), 2010 - 2014

Publications

The romanisation of Britain 1990

1970

A Roman Provincial Capital and its Hinterland: the survey of the territory of Tarragona 1995

1970

Portus: an Archaeological Survey of the Port of Imperial Rome 2005

1970

Other Archaeology Fellows

Professor Ronald Hutton

British history between 1500 and 1700; the history of paganism, shamanism, magic and witchcraft, and of attitudes to those phenomena

Professor Susan Alcock

Classical archaeology; the material culture of the eastern Mediterranean and western Asia, particularly in Hellenistic and Roman times; archaeologies of landscape, imperialism, sacred space, and memory

Dr Leonardo López Luján

The politics, religion, and art of Pre-Columbian urban societies in Central Mexico; the history and development of Mesoamerican archaeology

Professor Charlotte Roberts

Studies archaeological human remains; her key research interests are contextual approaches to past human health (palaeopathology); ethical considerations and and human remains; the relevance of past health to contemporary health; evolutionary approaches to the origin and history of infectious diseases; big data projects in palaeopathology; public engagement