Funded doctorate on Iron Age coinage, Leicester / Oxford (GB)

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October 2019

At the universities of Leicester and Oxford a fully funded three-year doctoral grant for 2019-22 is available to explore and reassess the significance of coin hoarding in late Iron Age Britain and in the decades immediately following the Roman invasion.

The School of Archaeology & Ancient History, University of Leicester and the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford are pleased to announce the availability of a fully funded three-year doctoral grant for 2019-22 to explore and reassess the significance of coin hoarding in late Iron Age Britain and in the decades immediately following the Roman invasion. The doctorate will be supervised by by Professors Colin Haselgrove and David Mattingly (Leicester) and Professors Chris Howgego and Chris Gosden (Oxford).

This studentship is funded through the AHRC’s Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) scheme.

The deadline for applications is 8 April 2019. The doctorate will commence in October 2019.

For details of the doctorate and how to apply please click here.