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Jacqueline Cahill Wilson

Jacqueline is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Bristol and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Leicester. She is a member of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland and the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland. She has lectured widely on the late Iron Age and Roman period in Western Europe. She was the former Director of the Late Iron Age and Roman Ireland project at the Discovery Programme which was successfully completed and published in 2015 to wide international recognition. She is the Managing Director of a multi-media publishing company based in Clifton in Bristol but continues to publish her academic work most recently in the Journal of Irish Archaeology and a chapter "Et tu, Hibernia" in the first thematic Theoretical Roman Archaeology Volume (2017) "Romans and Barbarians - Beyond the Frontiers"

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