Hannah Pethen

Archaeology and Egyptology in England, United Kingdom

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After completing my PhD in 2015, I'm currently Honorary Fellow at the University of Liverpool, Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology. My research interests include Geographic Information Systems (GIS), archaeological and topographic survey, terrain modelling, Egyptian quarrying and mining sites, urban archaeology, and the use of satellite imagery in archaeology. Following my PhD research into visibility and landscape at Egyptian quarries, I'm currently researching the landscape, visibility and roads of the ancient Egyptian quarry at Hatnub and the landscape of the ancient Greek city of Olynthos, using GIS.

  • Work
    • University of Liverpool
  • Education
    • Southend High School for Girls
    • UCL
    • University of Liverpool