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Fraser Hunter

Principal Curator

National Museum of Scotland

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National Museum of Scotland

Chambers Street

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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Dr Fraser Hunter: Principal Curator, Iron Age, Roman, Early History
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Dr Fraser Hunter: Principal Curator, Iron Age, Roman, Early History
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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.


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Fraser Hunter,
National Museum of Scotland


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Dr Fraser Hunter
Fraser Hunter trained in Archaeological Sciences at Bradford University and was then appointed Iron Age and Roman curator at the National Museums of Scotland, a post he still holds. His PhD focussed on the evidence for the carnyx, an animal-headed trumpet which was made and used across Iron Age Europe. Fraser continues to have an active fieldwork programme. Major excavations have explored the findspot of the carnyx from Deskford in Moray, re-assessed the hillfort on Traprain Law, East Lothian and detailed the Iron Age settlement at Birnie in Moray. The question of the impact of Rome on the indigenous peoples of Scotland and elsewhere is a topic that he finds fascinating and much of his research is geared to this.


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