Contact us

For more detailed profiles of our staff, see the Archaeology & Numismatics profiles page.

Mark Redknap: Head of Collections & Research

Enquiries: Medieval Archaeology, Metal Objects - Medieval and later, Pottery - Medieval and later.

Email: Mark Redknap
Phone: (029) 2057 3223

Edward Besly: Assistant Keeper, Numismatist

Enquiries: Coins, Tokens, Banknotes, Medals, Paper Money.

Email: Edward Besly
Phone: (029) 2057 3291

Adam Gwilt: Principal Curator: Prehistory

Enquiries: Bronze Age Archaeology, Iron Age (Pre Roman Celts), Metal Objects - Prehistoric, Pottery - Prehistoric, Stone Age Archaeology.

Email: Adam Gwilt
Phone: (029) 2057 3374

Elizabeth Walker: Principal Curator: Collections & Access / Palaeolithic & Mesolithic Archaeology

Enquiries: Flints, Stone Age Archaeology, Stone Tools.

Email: Elizabeth Walker
Phone: (029) 2057 3274

Evan Chapman: Senior Curator: Archaeology

Enquiries: Metal Objects - Roman, Photographic Archive - Archaeology, Pottery - Roman, Roman Archaeology.

Email: Evan Chapman
Phone: (029) 2057 3238

Jody Deacon: Curator: Prehistoric Archaeology

Enquiries: Bronze Age Archaeology, Iron Age (Pre Roman Celts), Stone Age Archaeology, Archaeology - General.

Email: Jody Deacon
Phone: (029) 2057 3238

Jackie Chadwick: Illustrator

Email: Jackie Chadwick
Phone: (029) 2057 3227

Louise Mumford: Senior Conservator, Archaeology

Enquiries: Pottery Conservation, Archaeology - Care of Objects, Metal Objects, ancient - Conservation.

Email: Louise Mumford
Phone: (029) 2057 3173

Mark Lodwick: Finds Co-ordinator: Wales

Enquiries: Archaeology - Portable Antiquities Scheme.

Email: Mark Lodwick
Phone: (029) 2057 3226

Mary Davis: Principal Analytical Services Officer

Enquiries: Archaeology - Care of Objects, Metal Objects, ancient - Conservation.

Email: Mary Davis
Phone: (029) 2057 3191

Tony Daly: Senior Curator: Archaeological Illustration

Email: Tony Daly
Phone: (029) 2057 3227

Julie Taylor: Administrative Officer

Email: Julie Taylor
Phone: (029) 2057 3229

Sian Iles: Curator: Medieval & Later Archaeology

Enquiries: Medieval Archaeology, Metal Objects - Medieval and later, Pottery - Medieval and later.

Email: Sian Iles
Phone: 3238

Bev Kerr: CBA Wales Conservation Co-ordinator

Email: Bev Kerr
Phone: (029) 2057 3388

Peter Webster: Honorary Research Fellows

Email: Peter Webster
Phone: (029) 2057 3210

In addition there are 3 honorary research fellows: Dr Peter Webster (Roman pottery); and Dr David Williams (Medieval seals) and Dr Peter Guest (Roman archaeology & numismatics)

The work of the Department is also assisted by an advisory committee composed of senior figures from varied branches of British archaeology.

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