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Barry Cunliffe

AKA Barrington Windsor Cunliffe

Born: 10-Dec-1939
Birthplace: Portsmouth, England

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Archaeologist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Iron Age Communities in Britain

Wife: Margaret Herdman (m. 5-Jan-1979, one son, one daughter)

    High School: Portsmouth Northern Grammar School, Portsmouth
    University: BA, St. John's College, Cambridge University (1961)
    University: MA, St. John's College, Cambridge University (1963)
    University: PhD, St. John's College, Cambridge University (1966)
    Lecturer: Classics, Bristol University (1963-66)
    Professor: Archaeology, University of Southampton (1966-72)
    Professor: European Archaeology, Oxford University (1972-2007)

    British Academy 1979
    British Museum Trustee (2000-)
    Council for British Archaeology President (1976-79)
    Medieval Society
    Museum of London Governor (1995-97)
    Prehistoric Society
    Royal Archaeological Institute
    Society of Antiquaries President
    Knighthood 17-Jun-2006

Author of books:
Roman Bath Discovered (1971, archaeology)
Fishbourne: A Roman Palace and Its Garden (1971, archaeology)
The Regni (1973, history)
Iron Age Communities in Britain: An Account of England, Scotland and Wales from the Seventh Century BC until the Roman Conquest (1974, history)
Danebury: Anatomy of an Iron Age Hillfort (1983, archaeology)
The City of Bath (1986, history)
Greeks, Romans and Barbarians: Spheres of Interaction (1988, history)
Wessex to AD 1000 (1993, history)
The Ancient Celts (1997, history)
Facing the Ocean: The Atlantic and Its Peoples, 8000 BC to AD 1500 (2001, history)
The Extraordinary Voyage of Pytheas the Greek: The Man Who Discovered Britain (2001, history)
The Oxford Illustrated History of Prehistoric Europe (2001, history)
The Celts: A Very Short Introduction (2003, history)
England's Landscape: The West (2006, geography)
Europe Between the Oceans: Themes and Variations: 9000 BC -- AD 1000 (2008, history)
A Valley in La Rioja: The Najerilla Project (2010, archaeology)
Druids: A Very Short Introduction (2010, history)
Britain Begins (2012, history)

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