Tim Copeland

TIM COPELAND is a Visiting Fellow in Landscape Archaeology at the University of Gloucestershire. His main interests in the transition from the late Iron Age to the Roman Occupation in Southern England. A native of Caerwent in Wales, he has excavated widely on sites of both periods and has for many years studied the late Iron Age complex of Grim’s Ditch in west Oxfordshire. His recent books include Roman Gloucestershire and An Archaeological Walking Guide to the Cotswold Way for the History Press. He has been published by English Heritage, CADW, the National Trust, the British Library, Cambridge University Press, and the Council of Europe. A former Chairman of the Council of Europe’s Cultural Heritage Committee, he is Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.


Archaeology and Ethnography Along the Loango Coast in the South West of the Republic of Congo

Tim Copeland

This book presents the results of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) project in the southwest region of the Republic of the Congo, undertaken to identify and evaluate cultural resources which might need further investigation. The study also reports on ethnographic surveys considering intangible cultural heritage. READ MORE

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