Projects supported

In recent years the Roman Research Trust has supported a wide range of projects related to Romano-British archaeology. It has made awards to fieldwork projects including excavation and survey at Trimontium, military sites in Scotland, Roman Durnovaria and Durobrivae (Water Newton). It has supported post-excavation analysis of material from Stapleton Mead, Flexford, Elloughton (E. Yorks.), Druce Roman Villa and Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester) and projects to enhance cataloguing work on Romano-British pottery fabrics. It has made grants in support of publications including Greek and Roman medicine and Romano-British glass bangles. Additionally it has supported educational activities and digital media projects including a digital project based on the collections at Vindolanda, an experimental archaeology project on Roman cooking and outreach projects at the Grosvenor Museum and the Novium Museum. More details on previous projects supported is provided below.

Teffont Archaeology Project (awarded 2021)

The Teffont Archaeology Project 2021 evaluation excavations seek to better understand a major complex of Roman buildings revealed by geophysical survey conducted in 2020 at Teffont, Wiltshire as part of a long…

Peturia revisited (awarded 2020)

Although Roman activity has been known in Brough since the 1600s, it was not until Corder’s 1933 – 1937 excavations on the Burrs Playing Field, that any substantial remains were revealed, including…

Crownthorpe Bronze Vessel hoard (awarded 2020)

In February 2020 the Roman Research Trust generously awarded the lead author of a report on the hoard £2,000 towards the cost of editing and publishing the research as: Sealey, P.R. and…

Previous Projects supported