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Archaeologist of the Year 2012
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http://archaeologyawards.org/2012/archae...r-2012.htm

Yes it is that time of the year..

Archaeologist of the year.

the choices.

Once you have made your choice, please vote by going to this link and then scrolling to the bottom of the page
http://archaeologyawards.org/2012/archae...r-2012.htm


BAJR is backing Tony. go on... vote for facial hair, top archaeologist who gets in the trench and can also nearly drink as much as BAJR Wink


Toneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee





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[B]Martin Carver[/B]

A former soldier who was inspired by the archaeological sites he saw while posted in Arabia, Martin Carver?s fate was sealed when he became hooked on reading Antiquity ? the journal which he now edits. After spending almost 4 decades in the field, Martin has worked on sites from early Medieval towns (1975-1985) to Sutton Hoo (1983-2005) to Portmahomack?s Pictish monastery (1996-2007). He became the first secretary of the newly-formedInstitute ofField Archaeologists in 1982, Professor of Archaeology atYorkUniversity (where he was head of department for the next 10 years) in 1986, and was Vice-President of the Society of Antiquaries between 2002 and 2007.

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[B]Mike Heyworth[/B]

Currently Director of the Council for British Archaeology, Mike Heyworth?s interest in excavating began when he took part in a weekend dig at Old Down Farm, nearAndover, aged 14. He joined the CBA over 20 years ago, working on the British and Irish Bibliography Service, and subsequently became the institution?s first ever Information Officer. Today Mike is not only in charge of strategic objectives at the CBA, but is also a trustee of Heritage Link, chair of the Archaeology Training Forum and Secretary to the All Party Parliamentary Archaeology Group.


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[B]Tony Wilmott[/B]

Currently Senior Archaeologist for English Heritage, Tony Wilmott is one of the leading authorities on Hadrian?s Walland the amphitheatres of Roman Britain. Specialising in the Roman and Medieval periods, he has recently excavated at Birdoswald, Chesterand Richborough. His work at Maryport, where he was site director, shed new light on the magnificent set of altars dedicated to the god Jupiter found there, and was reported in CA 259. Tony is also a member of the Institute for Archaeologists and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.
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BAJR Wrote:BAJR is backing Tony. go on... vote for facial hair, top archaeologist who gets in the trench and can also nearly drink as much as BAJR Wink


Toneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

My vote's there too, despite having been woken up at 7am one morning years back by Tony wearing only [censored for sanity's sake!!!!!] And what other archaeologist knows the entire script of Zulu, even if, as it turns out, in the wrong order }Smile
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Just noticed that Tony has a spare hand on the shoulder .... extra trowel power!
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Did Tony ever find a suitably-named collaborator for his book on early medieval fortifications: to be cited as 'Wilmott and Bailey'?
D. Vader
Senior Consultant

Vader Maull & Palpatine
Archaeological Consultants

A tremor in the Force. The last time I felt it was in the presence of Tony Robinson.
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