ⓘ Julia Farley is a British archaeologist specialising in Iron Age and Roman metalwork. She is the Curator of the European Iron Age & Roman Conquest Period collec ..

                                     

ⓘ Julia Farley

Julia Farley is a British archaeologist specialising in Iron Age and Roman metalwork. She is the Curator of the European Iron Age & Roman Conquest Period collections at the British Museum.

                                     

1. Career

Farley completed her PhD at the University of Leicester in 2012 with a thesis titled At the Edge of Empire:Iron Age and early Roman metalwork in the East Midlands. She subsequently worked at the British Museum for a year as curator of European Iron Age collections before returning to the University Leicester in 2013 for a three-year Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship. She returned to the British Museum in 2016. She has contributed an article to The Conversation news outlet on metal detecting.

Farley was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London on 12 December 2016.

                                     

2. Select publications

  • Farley, J. and Hunter, F. eds 2015. Celts: art and identity. British Museum Press, London. ISBN 9780714128368.
  • Farley, J., Parfitt, K., and Richardson, A. 2014. "A Late Iron Age Helmet Burial from Bridge, near Canterbury, Kent", Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 80, 379–388.
  • Farley, J. 2014. "Some advice for treasure hunters and culture ministers", The Conversation 17 June 2017
  • Farley, J. 2011. "The deposition of miniature weaponry in Iron Age Lincolnshire", Pallas. Revue detudes antiques 86, 97-121. doi:10.4000/pallas.2108
  • Farley, J. and Haselgrove, C. 2013. "La conquête romaine et le monnayage en Bretagne insulaire", Dossiers de l’Archeologie 360, 82–5.