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Dr. Fraser Hunter

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Principal Curator, Iron Age

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Local Address:  Edinburgh , United Kingdom
National Museum of Scotland
Chambers Street
Edinburgh , Edinburgh EH1 1JF
United Kingdom

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Employment History

  • Principal Curator of Roman Archaeology
    National Museum of Scotland
  • Head of Iron Age , Roman and Early Historic Section
    National Museum of Scotland
  • Iron Age and Roman Curator
    National Museums
  • Archaeologist
    National Museums
  • Principle Curator of the Iron Age
    National Museums
  • Principal Curator
    Iron Age

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
The Roman Gask Project, 26 Jan 2015 [cached]
Dr Hoffmann is currently co-operating with Dr Fraser Hunter of the National Museum of Scotland to produce a report on a Roman bronze trulla (a field cooking pan) found near Stormont Loch and now in Perth Museum.
The Project continues to owe thanks to Stirling based doctor and amateur archaeologist Dr David Simpson, who again provided medical services during our fieldwork, and to Mark Hall and Fraser Hunter who have been of enormous help in tracking down material in Perth Museum and the National Museum of Scotland.
Dr Fraser Hunter, principal ..., 21 Nov 2008 [cached]
Dr Fraser Hunter, principal curator of Roman Archaeology at the National Museums Scotland, will be describing the discovery and significance of the stone together with why this discovery provides some of the strongest evidence yet that Inveresk was a pivotal Roman site in northern Britain.
» 20 Feb 2014 Hunter Glasgow Archaeological Society, 20 Feb 2014 [cached]
Dr Fraser Hunter is Principal Curator of Iron Age and Roman collections, National Museum of Scotland.
His undergraduate degree and PhD are both from Bradford University, and he has worked at the National Museum since 1991. His research work focuses around three key topics:
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 an international team of experts to re-examine the hoard of late Roman silver from Traprain Law. 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.
RSSA 11th October 2010, 11 Oct 2010 [cached]
Dr Fraser Hunter Principal Curator, Iron Age & Roman Collections, Dept of Archaeology, National Museums Scotland
Dr Fraser Hunter is Iron Age and Roman curator at the National Museum. The question of the impact of Rome is one of his key research interests, and he has conducted excavations and other research projects to investigate the problem.
Carnyx & Co. - Lectures, 14 Feb 2009 [cached]
Fraser Hunter | Lectures Carnyx & Co. - Lectures
Carnyx & Co.
Fraser Hunter is the archaeologist in charge of the National Museums of Scotland's ongoing research into the regional and international implications of the Deskford Carnyx in our understanding of the culture, technology and environment of the Bronze and Iron age peoples who made carnyces throughout Europe.
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