Jamie Humble MA (Hons), MA, FSA Scot
Project Officer (Survey and Geomatics)
Since graduating from the University of Glasgow in 2006 Jamie has been employed on a wide range of excavations and other commercial projects in Scotland and England. He has directed a number of excavations, notable amongst these are: the excavation of a Mesolithic and later prehistoric settlement at Echline, South Queensferry; the excavation of the Nave and Sacristy of the Cistercian abbey at Furness, Cumbria ahead of stabilisation works, a project which required close co-ordination between the archaeologists, English Heritage and structural engineers. Jamie has carried out research excavations in Aberdeenshire at Cairn More, a Pictish enclosed settlement and in Babithan Wood, investigating Bronze Age hut circles and cairns. Jamie joined AOC in 2013 as part of the company’s survey and geomatics department. Recent projects have included survey of chambered cairns on Arran; survey and excavations at the Moncreiffe hillfort and the survey of two Iron Age brochs of Dun Suladale and Dun an Ruaigh Ruadh.
Cook, M. J. Cook, M. L. & Humble, J. forthcoming, Excavations at Balbithan Wood and Cairnmore, Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal.