Meet the partners
Percival Turnbull studied at the University of London's Institute of Archaeology, and has worked as a professional archaeologist for twenty-five years, holding posts at the University of Durham and with Durham, North Yorkshire and Cumbria County Councils. He has directed major excavations on a variety of sites, mainly prehistoric and Roman, and is the author of many published papers on subjects ranging from Roman erotic art to Iron Age politics. He is a part-time lecturer with the University of Leeds, and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.
Deborah Walsh studied archaeology and history at Queen's University, Belfast, and at the University of Sheffield. Before joining the Practice, she worked as an archaeologist for Cumbria County Council, for the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and for ADAS. Her main archaeological interests are in the fields of mediaeval settlement and the interpretation of historic buildings. She has co-written a number of papers relating to the archaeology of Cumbria.
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