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www.headlandarchaeology.com

Graeme Brown - graeme@headlandarchaeology.comGraeme Brown, Project Supervisor Since graduating with a MA (Hons) Archaeology from Edinburgh University, Graeme has worked for a number of archaeological firms in supervisory roles.While working for the SUAT Ltd, based in Perth, from 1998-99, Graeme directed and published the results of two urban excavations in Dundee, and supervised on the large-scale excavations at the site of the new Scottish Parliament.After that he took part in the International Trainee Program of the United States Forest Service, where he was awarded a Department of Agriculture Certificate of Merit for work on a large historic landscape survey in Washington State.In 2001, he moved to Canada where he worked as a field crew boss for an archaeological consultancy firm.Graeme joined Headland in 2002, and has acted as Project Supervisor on large and small projects in Britain and Ireland.These have included directing three simultaneous excavations on a lime kiln, early medieval cemetery and late medieval farmstead as part of a road bypass scheme near Ardrossan, Ayrshire.Graeme Brown, Project Supervisor


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