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.


Announcement:
During the current Coronavirus/Covid-19 situation our offices are closed. We are also not undertaking any fieldwork or public events at this time. The office telephone numbers are not being monitored so please contact by email (trust@cpat.org.uk) in the first instance, or if you have the mobile number of your team contact, then by all means call them directly. We hope that normal service will resume soon. In the meantime please stay safe and well.