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Dr Steve Willis

Senior Lecturer in Archaeology

 

Office: Cornwallis North West 220

About

Steve studied at Essex and Durham Universities before coming to Kent in 2004. At Durham he took a taught MA in Roman Archaeology and then studied for his PhD. He was awarded British Academy scholarship grants for both degrees. At Durham he was a Senior Research Fellow. He has a variety of teaching and research interests which cover landscape and environments, and the archaeology and culture of coasts in northern Europe. His main areas of expertise include the archaeology of settlement, society and material culture in the Iron Age and Roman era in western Europe, and the ceramics of these societies, including samian ware and briquetage. Steve is a Member of the Institute for Archaeologists and is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. He has been an active field archaeologist for over 25 years, including periods working for Colchester Archaeological Trust and the Museum of London.

Steve has previously served as Head of Department at Kent from December 2005 to August 2008. He was president of the Study Group for Roman Pottery for a term of three years and is currently editor of the Study Group's journal. He has been a member of the Council of the Kent Archaeological Society since 2006, and since 2013 he has taken on a role as trustee of The Trust for Thanet Archaeology.

You can find out more about Steve's Lincolnshire project by visiting the University of Kent blog here - http://blogs.kent.ac.uk/digthewolds/.

In September 2016 Steve co-directed excavations at the Roman villa site at Bourne Park, near Bridge, Canterbury. You can find out more about this project on the University of Kent blog here - http://blogs.kent.ac.uk/bourneroman/.

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Publications

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Book
Willis, S. (2013). The Roman Roadside Settlement and Multi-Period Ritual Complex at Nettleton and Rothwell, Lincolnshire. Pre-Construct Archaeology Limited and University of Kent.
Willis, S. and Carne, P. (2013). A Roman Villa at the Edge of Empire: Excavations at Ingleby Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-2004. Willis, S. and Carne, P. eds. Council for British Archaeology.
Willis, S. (2005). Samian Pottery, a Resource for the Study of Roman Britain and Beyond: The Results of the English Heritage Funded Samian Project. An e-monograph. [e-publication]. Internet Archaeology no. 17. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.17.1.
Edited book
Willis, S. ed. (2012). Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, Vol. 15. [Online]. Oxford, UK: Oxbow. Available at: http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/journal-of-roman-pottery-studies-volume-15.html.
Willis, S. and Irving, P. eds. (2009). Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, Vol. 14. Oxford, UK: Oxbow.
Willis, S. and Hingley, R. eds. (2007). Roman Finds: Context and Theory. Oxford, UK: Oxbow.
Article
Willis, S. (2011). Samian Ware and Society in Roman Britain and Beyond. Britannia 42:167-242.
Willis, S. (2010). 'Samian Wares' in S. Palmer, 'Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon Sites Excavated on the Transco Churchover to Newbold Pacey Gas Pipeline in 1999'. Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society 113: Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon Sites Excavated on the Transco Churchover to Newbold Gas Pipeline in 1999 113:125-127.
Willis, S. (2010). Review Article: Roman Piercebridge. Archaeological Journal [Online] 167:228-233. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00665983.2010.11020798.
Willis, S. (2008). 'Samian' in J. Creighton, C.C. Haselgrove, P. Lowther and T. Moore, 'Becoming Roman in Southern Burgundy: A Field Survey between Autun and Bibracte in the Arroux Valley (Saône-et-Loire), 2000-2003'. Internet Archaeology [Online] 25. Available at: http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue25/3/6.4.html.
Willis, S. et al. (2008). Late Iron Age/early Roman Pottery Kilns at Blackhorse Lane, Swavesey, 1998-99. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society [Online] 97:53-76. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/197922.
Willis, S. (2008). Occupations routières et agglomérations secondaires en Bretagne romaine. Revue archéologique de Picardie [Online] 3:123-134. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.3406/pica.2008.3137.
Willis, S. (2007). Samian (Terra Sigillata) and the Stanegate-Hadrian's Wall corridor: An Assessment. Hadrian's Wall Research Framework [Online]:1-12. Available at: http://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/archaeological.services/research_training/hadrianswall_research_framework/project_documents/Samian.pdf.
Hale, D., Annis, R. and Willis, S. (2007). Archaeology on the Otterburn Training Area, 2002-2005. Archaeologia Aeliana, Fifth Series 36:31-77.
Willis, S. (2005). Samian Pottery, a Resource for the Study of Roman Britain and Beyond: the results of the English Heritage funded Samian Project. An e-monograph. Internet Archaeology [Online] 17. Available at: http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue17/willis_toc.html.
Willis, S. (2005). The Context of Writing and Written Records in Ink: The Archaeology of Samian Inkwells in Britain. Archaeological Journal 162:96-145.
Willis, S. (2004). 'The Samian Ware' & 'The Terra Nigra vessel' in P. Masser et al, 'Recent Work at Drumquhassle Roman Fort, Stirlingshire'. Scottish Archaeological Journal 24:154-155.
Willis, S. (2004). 'The Samian Pottery' in A. Garwood, 'Late Roman buildings at Bishop's House, Great Chesterford: Excavations 1999'. Essex Archaeology and History [Online] 35:15-16. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/24161.
Willis, S. (2004). 'Samian' in A. Jones 'Roman Birmingham 2: Metchley Roman Forts: Excavations 1998-2000, and 2002'. Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society 108:60-64 & 107.
Willis, S. (2004). The Study Group for Roman Pottery: Research Framework Document for the Study of Roman Pottery in Britain, 2004. Journal of Roman Pottery Studies 11:1-20.
Willis, S. (2003). Interim Report on Archaeological Fieldwork North of Mount Pleasant House, Nettleton and Rothwell. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology [Online] 37:11-20. Available at: http://slha.org.uk/publications/journal/.
Willis, S. (2003). The Character of Lyon Ware Distribution. Journal of Roman Pottery Studies [Online] 10:125-138. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/17109.
Willis, S. (2002). 'The Samian' in M. Snape, P.T. Bidwell and A. Croom, 'Aldborough Roman Town: Excavations by Miss D. Charlesworth, 1961-73, and by RCHME, 1959-60'. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal [Online] 74:69-80. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/specialist_reports/1932.
Willis, S. (2002). 'The Samian' in S. Foreman and A. Maynard, 'A Late Iron Age and Romano-British Farmstead at Ship Lane, Aveley: Excavations on the Line of the A13 Wennington to Mar Dyke Road Improvement, 1994-5'. Essex Archaeology and History [Online] 33:146-147. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/17810.
Willis, S. (2001). Nettleton. Lincolnshire History and Archaeology [Online] 35:55-55. Available at: http://slha.org.uk/publications/journal/.
Willis, S. (2001). 'The Later Prehistoric Pottery' in I.M. Smith with J. Taylor (ed.), 'Excavations on Iron Age and Medieval Earthworks at The Dod, Borders region, 1979-81'. The Archaeological Journal [Online] 157:320-323. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/16128.
Willis, S. (2001). Excavation and Fieldwork at Mount Pleasant, Nettleton, Lincolnshire, 1999 - 2000. Universities of Durham and Newcastle Archaeological Reports 1999/2000 23:73-93.
Millett, M. et al. (2000). The Ave Valley, Northern Portugal: an Archaeological Survey of Iron Age and Roman Settlement [84,783 words, 158 images; databases]. Internet Archaeology [Online]. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.9.1.
Willis, S. (2000). 'The Samian Pottery' in A. Garwood and N.J. Lavender, 'Late Iron Age and Roman Sites at Grenville Road and College Road, Braintree'. Essex Archaeology and History [Online] 31:107-108. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/17756.
Willis, S. (1999). 'Samian Ware' in A. Jones, 'Greensforge: Investigations in the Romano-British Civilian Settlement, 1994'. Staffordshire Archaeological & Historical Society Transactions [Online] 38:19. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/20287.
Fitts, L. et al. (1999). Melsonby Revisited: Survey and Excavation 1992-95 at the Site of the Discovery of the "Stanwick", North Yorkshire, hoard of 1843. Durham Archaeological Journal [Online] 14/15:1-52. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/2565.
Willis, S. (1998). Pottery and Society in the Iron Age of Eastern England and the Arrival of Gallo-Belgic and Gallo-Roman Wares Jacques, A. and Tuffreau-Libre, M. eds. Nord-Ouest Archéologie 9:231-254.
Willis, S. (1998). 'The Iron Age and Roman Pottery', 'Objects of Fired Clay' and 'Objects of Fired Clay Associated with Industrial Activity' in L. Main, 'Excavation of a Timber Round-House and Broch at the Fairy Knowe, Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire'. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland [Online] 128:321-31 & 332-5 & 371-6. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/4737.
Willis, S. (1998). Samian Pottery in Britain: Exploring its Distribution and Archaeological Potential. Archaeological Journal [Online] 155:82-133. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00665983.1998.11078847.
Willis, S. (1997). The Pottery of Iron Age Tradition from the Rectilinear Enclosure Site on Great Ayton Moor, North York Moors. Durham Archaeological Journal [Online] 13:55-60. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/3159.
Willis, S. (1996). The Romanization of Pottery Assemblages in the East and North-East of England during the First Century AD: A Comparative Analysis. Britannia [Online] 27:179-221. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/527044.
Willis, S. (1995). 'The Briquetage' in P. Abramson, 'A Late Iron Age settlement at Scotch Corner, North Yorkshire'. Durham Archaeological Journal 11:15-16.
Willis, S. (1994). 'The Ceramic Assemblage' in L. Fitts, C. Haselgrove and P. Lowther, 'An Iron Age Farmstead at Rock Castle, Gilling West, North Yorkshire'. Durham Archaeological Journal [Online] 10:27-31. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/11395.
Haselgrove, C. et al. (1990). Excavations in Tofts Field, Stanwick, North Yorkshire, 1989. University of Durham and University of Newcastle upon Tyne Archaeological Reports for 1989:40-45.
Willis, S. (1990). 'The Archaeology of the Roman Period' in C. Burgess, 'Fieldwork in the Evora District, Alentejo, Portugal 1986-1988'. Northern Archaeology 8:52-56.
Willis, S. (1990). Mould-decorated South Gaulish Colour-coated Cups from Fingringhoe Wick, Essex. Journal of Roman Pottery Studies [Online] 3:30-34. Available at: http://www.biab.ac.uk/contents/38555.
Willis, S. (1990). 'The Pottery' in C. Haselgrove, P. Lowther and P. Turnbull, 'Stanwick, North Yorkshire, Part 3: Excavations on Earthworks Sites 1981-86'. Archaeological Journal 147:Microfiche M1/5-16.
Haselgrove, C. et al. (1989). Excavations in Tofts Field, Stanwick, North Yorkshire, 1988. University of Durham and University of Newcastle upon Tyne Archaeological Reports for 1988:29-34.
Creighton, J. and Willis, S. (1989). Excavation and Survey at Redcliff, Welton, North Humberside, 1988. University of Durham and University of Newcastle upon Tyne Archaeological Reports for 1988:40-44.
Creighton, J., Crowther, D. and Willis, S. (1988). Excavation and Survey at Redcliff, Welton, North Humberside, 1987. University of Durham and University of Newcastle upon Tyne Archaeological Reports for 1987:40-43.
Book section
Willis, S. (2016). The Iron Age Tradition and Roman Pottery'. in: Haselgrove, C. ed. Cartimandua's Capital? The late Iron Age Royal Site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire, Fieldwork and Analysis 1981-2011. Oxford, UK: Oxbow, pp. 207-255. Available at: http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/cartimandua-s-capital.html.
Willis, S. (2016). The Briquetage Containers and Salt Networks in North-East England. in: Haselgrove, C. ed. Cartimandua's Capital? The late Iron Age Royal Site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire, Fieldwork and Analysis 1981-2011. Oxford, UK: Oxbow, pp. 256-261. Available at: http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/cartimandua-s-capital.html.
Willis, S. (2015). An Analysis of Some Aspects of the Samian pottery. in: Atkinson, M. and Preston, S. P. eds. Heybridge: A Late Iron Age and Roman Settlement, Excavations at Elms Farm 1993-5. Internet Archaeology. Available at: http://doi.org/10.11141/ia.40.1.willis.
Willis, S. (2013). Red from the Green Field: Samian Ware at Villas and Other Rural Sites in Roman Britain. An Examination of Site Evidence and General Trends. in: Fulford, M. G. and Durham, E. eds. Seeing Red: New Economic and Social Perspectives on Terra Sigillata. London: Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, pp. 224-241.
Hill, J. and Willis, S. (2013). Middle Bronze Age to the End of the Pre-Roman Iron Age c 1500 BC to AD 50. in: Ransley, J. et al. eds. People and the Sea: A Maritime Archaeological Research Agenda for England. Council for British Archaeology Research, pp. 75-92.
Willis, S. (2013). Samian Pottery from the Wroxeter Pipeline (WST99). in: White, R., Gaffney, C. and Gaffney, V. L. eds. Wroxeter, The Cornovii and the Urban Process, Final Report on the Wroxeter Hinterland Project 1994-7, Volume 2. Characterizing the City. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 59-65.
Willis, S. (2012). 'Samian ware' and 'Samian ware catalogue and tables'. in: Proctor, J. ed. Faverdale, Darlington: Excavations at a Major Settlement in the Northern Frontier Zone of Roman Britain. Pre-Construct Archaeology, pp. 89-100 & 182-94. Available at: http://www.pre-construct.com/Publications/Faverdale.htm.
Willis, S. et al. (2012). Research Framework for Samian Ware. in: Willis, S. (ed) ed. Journal of Roman Pottery Studies No. 15. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 248-255. Available at: http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/journal-of-roman-pottery-studies-volume-15.html.
Willis, S. (2012). 'The Iron Age and Roman Pottery', plus Appendices covering concordance, illustrations and samian catalogues. in: Jackson, R. ed. Ariconium, Herefordshire, an Iron Age Settlement and Romano-British Small Town. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 41-110 & 236-44. Available at: http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/ariconium-herefordshire.html.
Willis, S. (2011). St Martin's Gate: The Samian. in: Butler, S. and Cuttler, R. eds. Life and Industry in the Suburbs of Roman Worcester. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports British Series 533, p. .
Willis, S. (2011). Samian Wares. in: Jones, A. ed. Roman Birmingham 3: Excavations at Metchley Roman fort 1999-2001 and 2004-2005. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports British Series 534, pp. 66-70.
Willis, S. (2011). Chapter 17. Finds Reports, Section 7. Discussions: Samian. in: Medlycott, M. ed. The Roman Town of Great Chesterford. Essex County Council, Learning Services, pp. 308-320.
Willis, S. (2010). 'Terra Nigra' and 'A Probable Briquetage (Salt Container) Vessel'. in: Ferris, I. ed. The Beautiful Rooms are Empty: Excavations at Binchester Roman Fort, County Durham 1976-1981 and 1986-1991. Durham: Durham County Council, pp. 136-138 & 218.
Willis, S. (2009). 'Pottery', 'Briquetage', and (with P. Clogg and R. Mackenzie) 'Residues from Activities involving Heat'. in: Proctor, J. ed. Pegswood Moor, Morpeth: A Later Iron Age and Romano-British Farmstead Settlement. Pre-Construct Archaeology, pp. 43-51, 51-2 and 52-3.
Willis, S. (2009). Samian (Terra Sigillata) and the Stanegate-Hadrian's Wall corridor: An Assessment. in: Symonds, M. F. A. and Mason, D. J. P. eds. Frontiers of Knowledge. A Research Framework for Hadrian's Wall (World Heritage Site). Vol. 1. Resource Assessment. Durham: English Heritage, Durham County Council and Durham University, pp. 125-127.
Willis, S. (2009). 'Samian ware' (Birdoswald Fort, Field Centre site), 'Samian ware' (Birdoswald Fort Spur site), 'Samian ware' (Birdoswald western extra-mural Settlement and Cemetery), 'Samian from Turrets T49b, T50a and T50b and Milecastle Mc50' and 'Samian catalogue'. in: Wilmott, T. ed. Hadrian's Wall: Archaeological Research by English Heritage 1976-2000. English Heritage, pp. 299-307, 333.
Willis, S. (2009). Roman Pottery. in: Haselgrove, C. C. ed. The Traprain Law Environs Project: Fieldwork and Excavations 2000-2004. The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, p. .
Willis, S. (2008). The Samian. in: Trow, S., James, S. and Moore, T. eds. Becoming Roman, Being Gallic, Staying British: Research and Excavations at Ditches 'Hillfort' and Villa 1984-2006. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 79-95.
Willis, S. (2008). Samian Pottery. in: Jones, A. et al. eds. A Romano-British Livestock Complex in Birmingham: Excavations, 2002-2004 and 2006-2007 at Longdales Road, King's Norton, Birmingham. British Archaeological Reports British Series, pp. 36-37.
Willis, S. and Bird, E. (2008). Samian Pottery. in: Jones, A. et al. eds. A Romano-British Livestock Complex in Birmingham: Excavations, 2002-2004 and 2006-2007 at Longdales Road, King's Norton, Birmingham. British Archaeological Reports British Series, pp. 54-55.
Willis, S. and Hingley, R. (2007). Roman Finds: Context and Theory. in: Hingley, R. and Willis, S. eds. Roman Finds: Context and Theory. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 2-17.
Willis, S. (2007). Samian Pottery. in: Gaffney, V. and White, R. eds. Wroxeter, The Cornovii and the Urban Process: Final Report on the Wroxeter Hinterland Project 1994-1997, Volume 1. Researching the Hinterland. Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, pp. 168-181.
Willis, S. (2007). Roman Towns, Roman Landscapes: The Cultural Terrain of Town and Country in the Roman Period. in: Fleming, A. and Hingley, R. eds. Prehistoric and Roman Landscapes. Macclesfield, UK: Windgather Press, pp. 143-164.
Willis, S. (2007). Sea, Coast, Estuary, Land and Culture in Britain during the Iron Age. in: Haselgrove, C. and Moore, T. eds. The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 105-129.
Petts, D. et al. (2006). Resource Assessment: Roman. in: Petts, D. and Gerrard, C. M. eds. Shared Visions: The North East Regional Research Framework for the Historic Environment. Durham: Durham County Council, pp. 43-59.
Willis, S. (2006). Samian Pottery. in: Jones, L., Woodward, A. and Buteux, S. eds. Iron Age, Roman and Saxon Occupation at Grange Park: Excavations at Courteenhall, Northamptonshire, 1999. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, pp. 126-131.
Willis, S. (2006). The Later Bronze Age and Iron Age (First Millennium BC). in: Cooper, N. ed. The Archaeology of the East Midlands. An Archaeological Resource Assessment and Research Agenda. Leicester: University of Leicester School of Archaeology and Ancient History , pp. 89-136.
Willis, S. (2003). Samian Wares. in: Hinman, M. ed. A Late Iron Age Farmstead and Romano-British Site at Haddon, Peterborough. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Series, pp. 99-103.
Willis, S. (2003). The Samian Pottery. in: Jones, A. L. ed. Settlement, Burial and Industry in Roman Godmanchester: Excavations in the extra-mural area: The Parks 1998, London Road 19978, and other investigations. Oxford: Archaeopress.
Willis, S. (2002). A Date with the Past: Late Bronze and Iron Age Pottery and Chronology. in: Woodward, A. and Hill, J. D. eds. Prehistoric Britain: The Ceramic Basis. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 4-23.
Willis, S. (2002). Samian. in: Coates, G. ed. A Prehistoric and Romano-British Landscape: Excavations at Whitemoor Haye Quarry, Staffordshire, 1997-1999. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, pp. 58-60.
Willis, S. (2000). The Samian Pottery. in: Ferris, I. M., Bevan, L. and Cuttler, R. eds. The Excavation of a Romano-British Shrine at Orton's Pasture, Rocester, Staffordshire. British Archaeological Reports British Series, pp. 38-45.
Willis, S. (1999). Without and Within: Aspects of Culture and Community in the Iron Age of North-Eastern England. in: Bevan, B. ed. Northern Exposure: Interpretative Devolution and the Iron Ages in Britain. Leicester: Leicester University Press, pp. 81-110.
Willis, S. (1998). L'apparition de la céramique gallo-belge et la céramique romaine dans l'Est de L'Angleterre: essai d'interprétation sociale de sa diffusion et de son importance. in: Tuffreau-Libre, M. and Jacques, A. eds. La céramique précoce en Gaule Belgique et dans les régions voisines: de la poterie gauloise à la céramique gallo-romaine. Arras, France: Centre de la Céramologie Gallo-Romaine, pp. 57-59.
Willis, S. (1997). Samian: Beyond Dating. in: Meadows, K., Lemke, C. and Heron, J. eds. TRAC96: Proceedings of the 6th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Sheffield, 1996. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 38-54. Available at: http://trac.org.uk/pubs/#trac-1996-sheffield-open-access.
Willis, S. (1997). Settlement, Materiality and Landscape in the Iron Age of the East Midlands: Evidence, Interpretation and Wider Resonance. in: Gwilt, A. and Haselgrove, C. eds. Reconstructing Iron Age Societies. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 205-215.
Willis, S. (1994). Roman Imports into Late Iron Age British Societies: Towards a Critique of Existing Models. in: Cottam, S. et al. eds. TRAC94: Proceedings of the 4th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Durham 1994. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 141-150. Available at: http://trac.org.uk/pubs/#trac-1994-durham-open-access.
Willis, S., Crowther, D. and Creighton, J. (1990). The Topography and Archaeology of Redcliff. in: Ellis, S. and Crowther, D. eds. Humber Perspectives: A Region through the Ages. Hull: University of Hull, pp. 172-181.
Willis, S., Crowther, D. and Creighton, J. (1989). Excavations at Redcliff. in: Halkon, P. ed. New Light on the Parisi: Recent Discoveries in Iron Age and Roman East Yorkshire. Hull: East Riding Archaeological Society and The University of Hull, pp. 6-9.
Review
Willis, S. (2013). Pottery Imports to Britain from Empire and Continent before the Claudian Conquest. :173-178.
Willis, S. (2012). Review of 'Hoards, Hounds and Helmets. A Conquest-period Ritual Site at Hallaton, Leicestershire'. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society:198-201.
Willis, S. (2012). Review of 'The Roman Roadside Settlement at Westhawk Farm, Ashford, Kent, Excavations 1998-9'. Britannia 43:433-434.
Willis, S. (2011). Review of 'Two Iron Age 'Aggregated' Settlements in the Environs of Leicester: Excavations at Beaumont Leys and Humberstone'. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 85:195-197.
Willis, S. (2009). Review of 'The Isle of Thanet: from Prehistory to the Norman Conquest'. Archaeologia Cantiana [Online] 129:401-404. Available at: http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Pub/ArchCant/129-2009/129-20.pdf.
Willis, S. (2009). Review of 'An Atlas of Roman Rural Settlement in England'. Britannia [Online] 40:393-394. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.3815/006811309789785945.
Willis, S. (2008). Review of 'An Imperial Possession: Britain in the Roman Empire'. American Journal of Archaeology [Online] 112:online. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.3764/ajaonline1124.Willis.
Willis, S. (2007). Review of 'A Victory Celebration: Papers on the Archaeology of Colchester and Late Iron Age-Roman Britain presented to Philip Crummy'. The Archaeological Journal 164:281-283.
Research report (external)
Willis, S. (2012). Excavation and Fieldwork in 'Street Furlongs', Mount Pleasant, Rothwell Parish, Lincolnshire. Interim Report, submitted to Lincolnshire County Council. University of Kent and The North-East Lincolnshire Archaeology and Local History Society.
Total publications in KAR: 93 [See all in KAR]
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Teaching

Steve Willis teaches modules on archaeology and Roman Britain.

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Classical & Archaeological Studies, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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