Professor Tony King
Professor Tony King is a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Winchester and a specialist in Roman archaeology. He has excavated extensively in Britain and abroad, including at Hayling Island, Meonstoke Roman Villa, Pompeii, Leptis Magna and Volubilis, and his interests spread across Roman Britain, Gaul and Italy. Tony is also an expert in the analysis of animal bones, and in this capacity has analyzed remains from a wide variety of sites across the Roman Empire, including assemblages from Pompeii.
Tony’s publications include:
King, A. C. and Haeussler, R. (ed.) 2007 Continuity and Innovation in Religion in the Roman West. Portsmouth, RI: JRA Supplementary Series.
King, A. C. 2005 Animal remains from temples in Roman Britain, Britannia 36, 329-70.
King, A. C. 1999 Diet in the Roman world: a regional inter-site comparison of the mammal bones, Journal of Roman Archaeology 12, 168-202.