Rhiannon Philp

BSc (Hons) MA, Paleoenvironmental archaeologist
rhiannon.philp@arch-wales.co.uk
02920020136

Rhiannon joined the Archaeology Wales team in February 2018 and is based in the Caerphilly Office. She is a specialist in palaeoenvironmental analysis, in particular the use of pollen in reconstructing the past environment and she oversees the processing of environmental samples from archaeological sites. Rhiannon currently sits on the committee for the Association for Environmental Archaeology, of which she has been a member since 2014.

Rhiannon is in the process of completing her PhD at Cardiff University focussing on the interpretation of submerged peat deposits on the Gower Peninsula. Prior to undertaking her PhD she worked as an Assistant Supervisor both in the field and as part of an environmental archaeology team at Oxford Archaeology East for a number of years.

Rhiannon’s research interests include environmental change, the archaeology of prehistoric Britain, palynology and the effect of past sea level rise on coastal communities.