Charlotte Bell

Postgraduate Research Student 


Charlotte was awarded a BA (Hons) Arts and Humanities with the Open University. She then went on to attended the University of Liverpool where she was awarded MA Archaeology. Charlotte now is a PhD candidate in Archaeology focusing on the identity and roles of women in Iron Age Britain and the Romano-British period within mortuary contexts. 

Charlotte worked on the digitisation project with Sussex Past, helping to digitise all print volumes into online accessible documents. Charlotte is also involved with British Women Archaeologists who works towards the equality of women in the field of archaeology. 

Thesis Title

"A Comparative Model on the Identity of Women in the Late Iron Age  Romano British Period in Mortuary Contexts"

Research Interests

  • Women in Prehistoric Societies 
  • Women in the Romano-British Period 
  • Women in Iron Age Britain 
  • Mortuary Contexts 
  • Feminism and Gender in Archaeology 
  • Funerary Inscriptions of Roman Britain