Philip Treveil

Department: Archaeology
Discipline: Archaeology

Project Summary

Philip will be looking at medieval rural settlement and agricultural land use patterns in the South West Peninsula, with a particular emphasis on exploring whether differences emerged between Cornwall and Devon in terms of the historic landscape.

Supervisory Team

  • Principal Supervisor: Professor Stephen Rippon
  • Second Supervisor: Professor Oliver Creighton

Wider Research Interests

  • Early medieval Britain
  • Archaeology of the South West Peninsula
  • Development of rural landscapes
  • Late Saxon and medieval City of London
  • Application of GIS

Authored Publications/Reports

Burch, M and Treveil, P with Keene, D (2011) The Development of Early Medieval and Later Poultry and Cheapside: Excavations at 1 Poultry and Vicinity, City of London, Museum of London Archaeology Monograph Series 38

Treveil, P and Watson, B (2006) Roman, medieval and post-medieval activity at West Smithfield: recent work at 8-22 Smithfield Street and 30-38 Hosier Lane, London Archaeologist, 11(6), 143-9

Treveil, P with Dunwoodie, L, Harward, C and Pitt, K. (2003) Plantation Place, London EC3: Archaeological Post Excavation Assessment and Updated Project Design, MoLAS Report (unpublished).

Treveil, P and Burch, M (14th 1999) Number 1 Poultry and the Development of Medieval Cheapside., London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 50, 55-60

Treveil, P and Rowsome, P (1998) Number 1 Poultry - The main excavation: Late Saxon and medieval sequence, London Archaeologist, 8(11), 283-291

Burch, M, Hill, J, Jones, S, Lees, D, Rowsome, P and Treveil, P (1997) Number 1 Poultry - The main excavation: Roman sequence, London Archaeologist, 8(5), 127-136