Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust

ARCHAEOLOGY | HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT | PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT .

Richard Hankinson
MCIfA

SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST

Richard has worked for CPAT since 1987, and has undertaken a full range of field survey and investigation projects on sites of all periods across the Clwyd-Powys region and beyond. For many years he worked on a series of upland landscape projects that were funded by Cadw. More recent work on Cadw-funded projects has included subjects as diverse as palaeolithic caves and twentieth-century aircraft crash sites. Richard has led a number of pan-Wales initiatives for all four Welsh Archaeological Trusts – including upland surveys and the assessment of cave sites. Richard also undertakes commercial assessment and fieldwork projects, working in Shropshire and Wales; he has also been leading fieldwork at Beacon Ring hillfort.

Selected publications

Hankinson, R. and Jones, N. 2016. ‘Pen-y-gaer Roman Vicus: Excavation and Survey 2006-2012’. Brycheiniog 47, 91-136.

Jones, N. and Hankinson, R. 2015. ‘Llanymynech Hill’. Montgomeryshire Collections 103, 9-30.

Hankinson, R. and Caseldine, A. 2006. ‘Short Dykes in Powys and their origins’. Archaeological Journal, 163 264-69.

Hankinson, R. and Silvester, R. 2003. ‘Clas, church and village at Glasbury’, Transactions of the Radnorshire Society 73, 113-26.