Project partners

Ribchester Revisted is a collaboration between a number of individuals and organisations.

The project is led by Dr James Morris and Dr Duncan Sayer from the University of Central Lancashire. Many of the students working on the project are on the BSc and MSci Archaeology courses at UCLan.


Curator of Ribchester Roman Museum, Patrick Tostevin, is an expert on the archaeology of Ribchester and the Roman period. As curator Patrick has overseen Heritage Lottery funded projects at the Museum and the return of the Ribchester Helmet for the first time in 200 years.


AU-Australian-National-University Dr Ash Lenton is a visiting research fellow at the Australian National University. He is a professional Historic Buildings & Archaeological Surveyor and each year ANU students are offered the opportunity to work on the project.

matt_profile-225x300Dr Matthew Symonds is editor of Current Archaeology and an expert on Roman Military archaeology. He is a visiting fellow of Newcastle University and has co-edited three volumes on Roman frontiers, his particular passion is Hadrians Wall and Fortlets.


The Institulogo2te for Field Research is a not for profit academic organisation which  offers archaeological field schools to students across the world. Ribchester Revisited is a registered IFR field school meaning students receive 12 quarter credit units for attending if registered through the IFR.