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Ph.D Doctorate University of Nottingham, MBA Bournemouth University
Peter Chowne has over 30 years’ experience working in public and non-profit archaeological organisations and museums, and as a consultant in heritage management and tourism planning. He was the first Head of the Museum of London Archaeology Service and a Principal of Lord Cultural Resources, a leading international consulting company.
Peter is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a Member of the Institute for Field Archaeologists. He has worked on archaeological, heritage management and museum projects in Europe, North Africa and West Asia. Peter plays an active role in the development of heritage management and is a founding member of the Advanced International Programme for Heritage Quality (HERITY).
Chowne, P., Cleal, R., and Fitzpatrick, A.P., with Andrews, P. (2001) Excavations at Billingborough, Lincolnshire, 1975–78: a Bronze-Iron Age settlement and salt-working site. East Anglian Archaeology, 94. Norwich.
Chowne, P., Healy, F., and Bradley, R. (1993) The excavation of a Neolithic settlement at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire. East Anglian Archaeology, 57, Norwich.
Chowne, P., Kotsakis, K., and Orbaºli, A. (2007) Management Olans for Prehistoric Sites. In: Hodder, I & Doughty, L. (eds.), Mediterranean prehistoric heritage: training, education and management, pp.9–20. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.Chowne, P. (2001) The European Heritage Management Profession: Employers, Employees and Future Opportunities. In: Quagliuolo, M. (ed.), La Gestione del Patrimonio Culturale, pp. 82–85. Salerno.Chowne, P. (1999) The Prehistoric Pottery and Briquetage. In: Bell, A., Gurney, D., and Healey, R. (eds.) Lincolnshire Salterns: Excavations at Helpringham, Holbeach St Johns and Bicker Haven. East Anglian Archaeology, 89. Norwich.
Chowne, P., and Seager Smith, R.H. (1998) Further excavations at the Iron Age enclosure at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire. Lincs. Hist. Archaeol. 33, pp. 7–19.
Chowne, P. (1998) The Changing Nature of Archaeology in London. In: Nemeth, M. (ed.) The Roman Town in a Modern City, pp. 23–28. Budapest.
Chowne, P. (1998) Archaeology in London: A Review of Current Management and Research Issues. In: Actes Encontros Cem Anos de Arqueologia O Archeólogo Portugueês, pp. 85–92. Vila do Conde.
Chowne, P. (1997) Archaeology, Development and the Public in London. In: Quagliuolo, M. (ed.) La Gestione del Patrimonio Culturale, pp. 218–221. Viterbo.
Chowne, P. (1995) The Museum of London and the changing nature of archaeology in London. Papers of the II International Symposium on City Museums, Barcelona.
Chowne, P. (1994) The Bain Valley Survey. In: Parker-Pearson, M., and Schadla-Hall, R.T. (eds.) Looking at the Land Archaeological Landscapes in Eastern England Recent Work and Future Directions, pp. 27–32. Leicester Museums, Arts and Records Service.
Chowne, P., and Lane, T. (1987) Excavations of Bronze Age cremation cemeteries at Old Somerby and Ropsley and Humby, Lincolnshire. Lincs. Hist. Archaeol. 21, pp. 35–40.
Chowne, P. (1987) The excavation of Ermine Street at Coleby, Lincolnshire. Lincs. Hist. Archaeol. 21, pp. 31–34.
Chowne, P., Girling, M., and Grieg, J. (1986) Excavations of an Iron Age defended enclosure at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire. Proc. Prehist. Soc. 52, pp. 159–188.
Chowne, P., and Healy, F. (1983) Artefacts from a prehistoric cemetery and settlement in Anwick Fen, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Hist. Archaeol. 18, pp. 37–46.
Chowne, P. (1981) A fired clay object from Howell. Lincs. Hist. Archaeol. 16, pp. 79–80.
Chowne, P. (1980) Bronze Age Settlement in South Lincolnshire. In: Barrett, J.C., and Bradley, R.J. (eds.) Settlement and Society in the British Later Bronze Age, pp. 295–305. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 83, Oxford.
Chowne, P. (1978) Billingborough Bronze Age settlement: an interim note. Lincolnshire Hist. Archaeol. 13, pp. 15–21.