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Dr Lindsey Buster

Hon.Visiting Research Fellow

Faculty/Dept/School School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences
(Faculty of Life Sciences)


Dr Lindsey Büster is a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences. With a PhD on later prehistoric roundhouses, her research includes ritual and domestic life in later prehistoric Europe. She is currently publishing the excavations of the Sculptor’s Cave, a later prehistoric mortuary site in NE Scotland, and manages the Encounters and Transformations in Iron Age Europe (ENTRANS) Project, which examines later prehistoric identity in the East Alpine region.


Later prehistoric Britain and Europe; funerary archaeology; domestic and ritual practices