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National Museum of Scotland

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Edinburgh, Edinburgh,EH1 1JF

United Kingdom

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National Museums Scotland is one of the leading museum groups in the UK and Europe and it looks after collections of national and international importance. The organisation provides loans, partnerships, research and training in Scotland and internationally. Ou... more.

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Our Principal Curator of Roman and Iron Age Collections, Dr Fraser Hunter has also spoken at a series of events at each Reflections on Celts venues in Scotland.
A local history society from Galashiels participated in an evening event held at Old Gala house to hear about the mirrors. Inverness Museum & Art Gallery held a day conference, with Dr Hunter delivering the keynote, while The McManus hosted a fully booked evening talk with Dr Hunter.


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Dr Fraser Hunter: Principal Curator, Iron Age, Roman, Early History
Fraser Hunter You can find out more about Dr Fraser Hunter here. Dr Fraser Hunter


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Dr Fraser Hunter
You are here: Home >Collections and research >Collections departments >Scottish History and Archaeology department >Dr Fraser Hunter Share Fraser Hunter is principal curator of Iron Age and Roman collections. Fraser Hunter Fraser Hunter is principal curator of Iron Age and Roman collections. His undergraduate degree and PhD are both from Bradford University, and he has worked at the National Museum since 1991. Fraser has led a series of excavations to understand the impact of Rome on the local population, notably on the major hillfort of Traprain Law (with colleagues from Bradford University and CFA Archaeology) and on the Iron Age settlements of Birnie and Clarkly Hill (Moray). The work in Moray has revealed two of the area's power centres, with contacts to Rome seen in a wide range of material, including silver coin hoards. He also develops new approaches to existing finds, in order to get more information from them. Currently, he is managing the re-examination of the hoard of late Roman silver from Traprain Law by an international team of experts. He is also collaborating on a catalogue of Roman finds from non-Roman sites in Scotland as part of an international research project. Iron Age material culture. Fraser researches a wide range of Iron Age and Roman finds with a focus on the use of jet and related materials, an understudied area. Post-excavation work on new discoveries serves to push forward best practice and create a better understanding of their interpretation. This leads to reconsideration of many aspects of later prehistoric material culture, and ensures finds in National Museums Scotland's collections are constantly re-examined in the light of new data. Ten selected publications Hunter, F & Painter, K (eds) 2013 Late Roman silver: the Traprain Treasure in context. Edinburgh Hunter, F & Keppie, L (eds) 2012 A Roman frontier post and its people: Newstead 1911-2011. Edinburgh Carter, S, Hunter, F & Smith, A 2010 'A 5th century BC Iron Age chariot burial from Newbridge, Edinbugh', Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society76, 31-74 Hunter, F 2008 'Celtic art in Roman Britain' in D Garrow, C Gosden & J D Hill (ed) Rethinking Celtic art, 129-45. Oxford Hunter, F 2007 Beyond the edge of the Empire: Caledonians, Picts and Romans. Rosemarkie Hunter, F 2007 'Silver for the Barbarians: interpreting denarii hoards in north Britain and beyond', in R Hingley & S Willis (ed) Roman finds: context and theory, 214-24. Oxford Hunter, F 2006 'Art in later Iron Age society' in C Haselgrove (ed) Celtes et Gauloises, l'archéologie face à l'histoire 4: les mutations de la fin de l'âge du Fer, 93-115. Bibracte Hunter, F, 2001 'The Carnyx in Iron Age Europe', Antiquaries Journal 81, 77-108 Hunter, F, 2001 'Roman and native in Scotland: new approaches', Journal of Roman Archaeology 14, 289-309 Hunter, F, 1997 'Iron Age hoarding in Scotland and northern England', in A Gwilt & C Haselgrove (ed), Reconstructing Iron Age Societies, 108-33. Oxford Explore more Blog Blog posts by Fraser Hunter Explore archaeology with our Principal Curator of Roman, Iron Age and Early History.


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Dr Fraser Hunter, principal curator of Iron Age and Roman Collections at National Museums Scotland, said the fragment of musical instrument put "sound into the silent past".


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Dr Fraser Hunter: Principal Curator, Iron Age, Roman, Early History
Fraser Hunter You can find out more about Dr Fraser Hunter here. Fraser Hunter


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