Stephen Macaulay talks about… the skull

  • April 28, 2017

Stephen Macaulay has worked in archaeology since 1984 and specifically in the East of England for the past 25 years.

He has headed up Cambridgeshire County Council and then Oxford Archaeology’s outreach services and has been responsible for delivering numerous public and community archaeology projects, having been involved in over 40 HLF grant funded scheme alone.

Now a Senior Project Manager at Oxford Archaeology East, Stephen was involved in the Cambridgeshire Archaeological Field Unit’s excavations at Stonea Camp in the early 1990s led by Tim Malim. In this video, Stephen talks about the recovery of skeletons at Stonea Camp during these excavations, believed to date from the main Boudiccan revolt of of AD60.