Bob Cowie

Project Officer

020 7410 2275 bcowie@mola.org.uk

Robert (Bob) Cowie is a Project Officer and one of MOLA’s most experienced field archaeologists. His urban projects include high profile and complicated excavations, such as important Saxon sites at the Royal Opera House and National Gallery Extension, in London. His rural fieldwork includes excavation of prehistoric landscape sites in West London and Surrey and notably evaluation and excavation as part of the Heathrow Terminal 5 development.

Bob is an experienced lecturer, and regularly teaches courses in ‘Anglo-Saxon and medieval Britain’, ‘Method and Practice in Archaeology’ and 'Study Skills' for Birkbeck. He also lectures on aspects of London’s archaeology to local societies and public and professional bodies.

Bob has served as an editor, technical editor and author for numerous MOLA publications, including monographs and contributions to several books. He has also written articles and reports in national and international journals such as Antiquity, The Archaeological Journal, Archaeology Today, Current Archaeology, Medieval Archaeology and Post-medieval Archaeology. Recently, he has acted as a referee for papers submitted to Surrey Archaeological Collections.

Bob Cowie Project Officer

Meet the Site Managers

The Site Managers at MOLA have extensive experience of excavation on construction sites and direct our onsite archaeological investigations. They work closely with our clients and other onsite contractors to ensure our archaeological work fits into the overall work programme and, where necessary, problem-solve as issues arise. 

MOLA archaeologist supervising excavation