Lucy Whittingham BA FSA
Project Manager (Post Excavation)
Lucy has been working in archaeology as a post-Roman ceramic specialist for 25 years and has additional site supervisory experience as a field archaeologist. In 2007 she became a post- excavation project manager at Museum of London Archaeology and in 2015 joined AOC Archaeology (London) as a Post-excavation project manager. She is responsible for overseeing the analysis and publication of AOC London sites from processing through to archive and will provide the client costs for these projects. Lucy has also managed the post-excavation for large infrastructure projects such as Crossrail (East) in previous employment.
Lucy has an extensive publication record and over forty publications, in addition to assessment/evaluation reports that she produces on a regular basis. Lucy is responsible for editing publication reports at AOC (London) and for managing their content , quality and place of publication. She also has responsibility for project archiving.
As a ceramic specialist, Lucy has an extensive knowledge of post-Roman pottery. Her major publications have been on site assemblages from the North-East, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, London and East Sussex.
O Brien et al 1988 The Origins of the Newcastle Quayside: Excavations at Queen Street and Dog Bank. Archaeologia Aeliana Monograph Series III.
Whittingham, L 2001 Chapter 6: The Ceramic Assemblage in Martin Biddle et al, Henry VIII’s Coastal Artillery Fort at Camber Castle, Rye, East Sussex: English Heritage and Oxford Archaeological Unit Monograph, 213-256
Whittingham, L 2002 Chapter 7: The pottery in S Foreman, J Hiller and D Petts, Gathering the people, settling the land: The archaeology of a Middle Thames Landscape, Anglo-Saxon to post-medieval. Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 14, 87-91
Whittingham, L. Contributor in Anne Dodd, Oxford before the university: the late Saxon and Norman archaeology of the Thames Crossing, the defences and the town. Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 17.
Whittingham, L 2007 “Pottery “ in David Austin, Acts of Perception: A study of Barnard Castle in Teesdale Vol II. English Heritage and the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland, Research Report No 6, 352-499
Whittingham, L 2007 “The medieval and post-medieval pottery” in Jo Lyon ‘Within these walls: Roman and medieval defences north of Newgate at the Merrill Lynch Financial Centre, City of London.’ MOLAS Monograph 33
Whittingham, L 2009 “Pottery” in S Blatherwick, R Bluer, Great houses, moats and mills on the south bank of the Thames: medieval and Tudor Southwark and Rotherhithe. MOLA Monograph 47
Whittingham, L 2009 “Pottery” in J Bowsher and P Miller, The Rose and the Globe – playhouses of Shakespeare's Bankside, Southwark: excavations 1988–91. MOLA Monograph 48
Whittingham, L 2009 Medieval and post-medieval pottery in Guy Beresford, Caldecote, the development and desertion of a Hertfordshire Village. Society for Medieval Archaeology Mono 28, 153-178
Whittingham, L 2011 “Pottery” in Mark Burch, Phil Treveil with Derek Keene, The development of early medieval and later Poultry and Cheapside; Excavations at 1 Poultry and vicinity, City of London MOLA Monograph 38