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Dr. Roger D. Martlew
Ph.D., FSA, FSA Scot
Roger Martlew
Roger founded the Yorkshire Dales Landscape Research Trust in 2004, after teaching archaeology at the University of Leeds for 16 years. Prior to that he taught at the University of Leicester while completing his PhD on Iron Age settlement in North West Scotland. His professional career in archaeology began at the age of 14 during school holidays, and he has worked on excavations in the UK, France and the Philippines. Roger has directed projects on the Isles of Skye  and Mull and the Orkney islands off the coast of Scotland. He is now investigating the neglected wealth of archaeological evidence in the Yorkshire Dales, with funding for a major three-year project on the internationally-important historic landscape around Grassington in Upper Wharfedale.
 
Professional
1984                 Elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London
1979                 Elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
 
Publications
Martlew, R. (ed.) (in press) Prehistory in the Yorkshire Dales York, St John’s University PLACE Research Centre/Yorkshire Dales Landscape Research Trust.
Martlew, R. (in press) ‘Late Prehistory and the Roman Iron Age in Upper Wharfedale: problems, potential and progress’ in R. Martlew (ed.) Prehistory in the Yorkshire Dales 60-72.
Martlew, R. 2011a 'The Chapel House Wood Landscape Project, Kilnsey, North Yorkshire: second interim summary', Yorkshire Archaeological Society Prehistory Research Section Bulletin, vol 48, 94-98.published online at http://ydlrt.co.uk/chw_2010_interim.pdf
Martlew, R. 2010a The Druids’ Altar: a ‘Scottish’ stone circle in Craven, North Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 82, 59-72.
Martlew, R. 2010b 'The Chapel House Wood Landscape Project, Kilnsey, North Yorkshire', Yorkshire Archaeological Society Prehistory Research Section Bulletin, vol 47, 97-101.
Martlew, R. 2008 ‘Topographical and Geophysical Survey’ in Report on the Excavation of a Corn Drying Kiln at Kilnsey Green, Kilnsey, North Yorkshire. Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group project funded by the Heritage Lottery ‘Awards for All’.
Martlew, R. and Johnson, D. (eds) 2008 Threshfield Quarry: industrial heritage in the Yorkshire Dales. Kettlewell, Yorkshire Dales Landscape Research Trust.
Martlew, R. 2007 Langcliffe Scar Local Nature Reserve: an archaeological survey. Unpublished report for the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
Martlew, R. 2006 A Late Prehistoric ritual enclosure at North Flats, Conistone-with-Kilnsey, North Yorkshire. Bulletin of the Prehistory Section of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
Martlew, R. 2004 Prehistoric landscapes in Upper Wharfedale: problems and potential. In R. White and P. Wilson (eds) Archaeology and Historic Landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales. Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society Occasional Paper 2, 39 – 50
Martlew, R. and Ruggles, C. 1996 ‘Ritual and Landscape on the West Coast of Scotland: an Investigation of the Stone Rows of Northern Mull’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 62, 117 – 31.