Hana KdolskÁ MA (Hons), Msc
Upon graduating from the University of Edinburgh in 2009 and in 2012 Hana has worked on a wide variety of sites mainly throughout Scotland and the UK. She has a wide experience of fieldwork on all types of archaeological site, with a particular knowledge of the later prehistoric and early historic sites of Scotland having supervised and assisted on excavations as part of Hillforts of Strathdon research project and Rampart Scotland research project. Since 2013 Hana has worked for AOC Archaeology on a wide range of field projects, being the sole archaeologist on a number of watching brief projects such as the James Gillespie’s High School Development, Edinburgh; Little France Children’s Hospital Development, Edinburgh and Couper Street, Edinburgh. Hana has also assisted on a number of evaluations and excavations such as Colton Gate, Edinburgh; Portobello, Edinburgh, Lochrin Basin, Edinburgh and Strathallan, Perthshire.
2008; 2009 Maiden Castle and Dunnideer, Strathdon: excavating historic and Iron Age hillforts
2010; 2012 White Castle, East Lothian: excavations at the site of an Iron Age hillfort
2010 Inveresk, Musselburgh: excavating multiperiod site, including Mesolithic and Roman
2013 Balbithan, Aberdeenshire: excavations at the site of a Bronze Age village
2013 Black Loch of Myrton, Dumfries and Galloway, excavating Iron Age lakeside village
2014 Sheriffside, East Lothian: excavating cropmark of an Iron Age hillfort