Marta Innes

Published: 25 September 2015

Scottish Bronze Age Food Vessel Corpus - A Contextual Re-evaluation

University of Glasgow

Scottish Bronze Age Food Vessel Corpus - A Contextual Re-evaluation

Academic History:

2015 - PhD in Archaeology, University of Glasgow

2012 - 2013 MLitt with Distinction in Material Cultural & Artefact Studies, University of Glasgow

2011 - 2012 MSc with Distinction in Human Osteoarchaeology, University of Edinburgh

2007 - 2011 MA (Joint Hons) - First Class Degree in Archaeology & History, University of Glasgow


Dr Nyree Finlay

Dr Kenneth Brophy

Research Interests:

My primary research interests are: funerary archaeology, osteoarchaeology, material culture & British Prehistory, & my PhD will concentrate on the subject of Scottish Bronze Age Food Vessels. Essentially, my project proposes a multi-faceted study focused on producing an illustrated & standardized database of the complete Scottish FV assemblage as a basis for an in-depth contextual funerary-orientated analysis & re-evaluation of the national corpus.

Previous Research Projects:

MLitt Research Report: Re-examination of the Archaeological Data from the Bronze Age Food Vessel Site of Clachbreck, Argyll.

MSc Dissertation: Death & Commemoration in Ancient Mesambria: Investigation of burial practices from the Ancient Necropolis of Nessebar.


AHRC DTP Studentship 2015

Carnegie-Cameron Postgraduate Bursary 2012 - 2013


University of Glasgow Archaeology Departmental prize for the best student performance in 2008-09 session.

Contact Details:

Address: Room 322, Archaeology, Gregory Building, University of Glasgow, Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow G12 8QQ

Work Tel No: 0141 330 3925


First published: 25 September 2015