Archaeological acquisitions
All the building and development work in and around Exeter has transformed the look of the city and countryside and has also uncovered some exciting archaeological discoveries. With the aid of some of these finds the course will look at how archaeology works within the planning and development process and discuss the museum’s role in this.

Course Tutor: Tom Cadbury

Tom Cadbury has been the archaeology curator at RAMM since 2005. His main focus is RAMM’s antiquities collection which covers local archaeology and history, numismatics and the archaeology of Egypt, the Mediterranean and Western Asia. He has a degree in archaeology from the University of Southampton and a masters in museology from the University of East Anglia. Tom has also worked as an archaeologist and at the Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Archaeological acquisitions
Research Sculpture