Toby graduated from the University of Leicester in 2007, and has since worked for various commercial archaeological units, predominently in East Anglia. He joined Oxford Archaeology East in 2013 and his current role sees him running writing reports for sites he ran in Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk. His archaeological interests are broad but he mainly focuses on the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods.
Gosia graduated from University of Liverpool in 2011 with a BA (Hons) in Archaeology of Ancient Civilisation and then in 2013 with an MA in Archaeology and joined Oxford Archaeology soon after. Since then she has worked on a large range of commercial projects including Roman and medieval rural settlements in Suffolk and Norfolk, and she oversaw the excavations of Iron Age and Bronze Age settlement in Kent. In her current role she oversees excavations on site and is responsible for post-excavation writing-up. She is also an archaeological surveyor.
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