Dr Richard Bayliss
Visiting Lecturer in Archaeology
- Telephone: c/o 0191 208 7844
Richard Bayliss is a historic buildings and landscape archaeologist with particular interests in the archaeology of urbanism in the eastern Mediterranean during the late antique period. He specialises in innovative approaches to building and landscape survey and visualisation and has worked extensively on fieldwork projects in the Near East. His doctorate, published in 2004, comprises an archaeological exploration of temple conversion in late antiquity in terms of structural mechanics, logistics, chronology and socio-political implications.
- Crow J, Bayliss R, Barhill J. The water supply of Byzantine Constantinople. London: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 2007.
- Bayliss R. Provincial Cilicia and the Archaeology of Temple Conversion. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress, 2004.
- Crow JG, Bayliss RA. Water for the Queen of Cities: a review of recent research in the Byzantine and early Ottoman water supply of Constantinople. Basilissa 2004, 1, 27-49.
- Bayliss R. Archaeological survey and visualisation: the view from Byzantium. In: Lavan, L and Bowden, W, ed. Theory and Practice in Late Antique Archaeology. Leiden: Brill, 2003, pp.288-313.
- Crow J, Bayliss R. The water supply of Constantinople. Bulletin of British Byzantine Studies 2003, 29, 32-35.
- Crow J, Bayliss R, Bono P. The Anastasian Wall and Water Supply of Constantinople Survey 2000. In: Arastirma Sonuçlari Toplantasi. 2002, Ankara: Ministry of Culture * General Directorate of Monuments and Museums.
- Bono P, Crow J, Bayliss R. The water supply of Constantinople: archaeology and hydrogeology of an Early Medieval city. Environmental Geology 2001, 40(11-12), 1325-1333.