Anne Crone BA PhD MCIFA FSA Scot
Project Manager (Post-Excavation)
From 1977 to 1992 Anne worked as a free-lance field archaeologist primarily in Scotland and has directed a wide range of archaeological excavations. During this period she developed an expertise in the analysis of structural and artefactual wood, and trained as a dendrochronologist, completing a PhD on the subject in 1988. She joined AOC in 1992 and manages a variety of post-excavation, publication and research projects. She continues to specialise in the analysis of all aspects of wood assemblages, particularly dendrochronology, and pursues her research interests in Scottish crannogs, lecturing and publishing on both subjects. She is a founder member of the Scottish Wetland Archaeology Programme. Anne served as a Councillor of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland from 1997-9 and as Vice-President of the Council for Scottish Archaeology from 2000-2004.
Crone, B A 2000 The history of a Scottish lowland crannog: excavations at Buiston, Ayrshire 1989-90. Edinburgh: STAR monograph Series 4.
Barber, J W & Crone, B A 2001‘The duration of structures, settlements and sites: some evidence from Scotland’, in Raftery, B & Hickey, J (eds) Recent Developments in Wetland Research, 69-86. Seandálaíocht: UCD & WARP Occ Paper 14. Dublin: Dept Archaeol, Univ College Dublin.
Crone, B A & Watson, F 2002 ‘Chapter 3. Sufficiency to scarcity: medieval Scotland, 500-1600’, in Smout, TC (ed) People and woods in Scotland. A history, 60-81. Edinburgh: EUP.
Crone, A & Campbell, E 2005 A crannog of the 1st millennium AD; excavations by Jack Scott at Loch Glashan, Argyll, 1960. Edinburgh: Soc Antiqs Scot.
Crone, B A & Clarke, C 2006 ‘Whither wetland archaeology in Scotland in the 21st century?’, in Lillie, M & Ellis, S (eds) Wetland archaeology and environments: regional issues, global perspectives, 17 – 29. Oxford: Oxbow.
Crone, B A & Gallagher, D 2008 ‘The medieval roof over the Great Hall in Edinburgh Castle’, Med Archaeol 52, 231-260.
Crone, B A 2008 ‘Dendrochronological analysis of the oak and pine timbers’, Stirling Castle Palace. Archaeological and historical research. http://sparc.scran.ac.uk
Crone, A & Sproat, D 2011 ‘Revealing the history behind the façade: a timber-framed building at 302 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh’ Architectural Heritage 22, 19-36.
Crone, A 2012 ‘Forging a chronological framework for Scottish crannogs; the radiocarbon and dendrochronological evidence’, in Midgley, M & Sanders, J (eds) Lake-dwellings after Robert Munro, 139 - 168. Sidestone Press.
Crone, B A & Mills, CM 2012 ‘Timber in Scottish buildings, 1450 - 1800; a dendrochronological perspective’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 142, 329-69.
Crone, A 2014 ‘Dendrochronological studies of alder (Alnus glutinosa) on Scottish crannogs’, J Wetland Archaeol 14, 22-33.