The Wolfson Archaeology Laboratory is a research and teaching laboratory. It has been recently refurbished and equipped to provide a high-standard teaching and research facility for staff and students, both undergraduate and postgraduate. It is centrally located on campus in the King George VI building.
Fitted with a networked PC and projector as well as a suite of benches that can accommodate up to 40 students, the laboratory is equipped, among other things, with petrology microscopes, and stereo-microscopes for artefact analysis. The laboratory also hosts permanent research and teaching collections of bones from various prehistoric and historical sites in the British Isles. Other holdings include Roman pottery as well as post-Medieval metalwork and ceramics.
Contact Andrea Dolfini for further details.