Dr Richard Bayliss
Visiting Lecturer in Archaeology

  • Telephone: c/o 0191 208 7844

Research Interests

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.