Mark Horton

Director of Research, Royal Agricultural University

Mark Horton is Director of Research at the Royal Agricultural University. He has an interest in field methods in archaeology, especially in extreme and difficult environments. His fieldwork extends to East Africa, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, the Caribbean, Panama, Eastern US, France and the UK. He was the co-director of the Berkeley Castle Project between 2005 and 2019.


Berkeley Castle Tales

ed. Mark Horton

Presents results of 15-year-long excavations and landscape research at Berkeley Castle. Combining archaeological results with information from the castle's 20,000 historical documents, the project adds greatly to our understanding of the changes that accompanied the arrival of the Normans, with the erection of a castle on the former minster site. READ MORE

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