Elizabeth L. Knox

Human Osteologist

020 7566 9332 eknox@mola.org.uk

Elizabeth is part of MOLA’s team of Human Osteologists. She has a solid academic and practical foundation with experience of sites and settings across Britain. This, coupled with museum and curatorial work in Australia and the UK, has given her extensive knowledge of commercial and museum-based archaeology. Elizabeth joined MOLA in 2015 and has been an integral part of MOLA’s large infrastructure projects such as Crossrail, where she excavated and analysed burials from the New Churchyard. She contributes to publications, teaches on the Time Truck, assists in forensic calls and has received national and international media coverage.

Elizabeth is a member of several professional bodies including the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA), the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO), Australasian Society of Human Biology (ASHB) and Kenyon International Emergency Services.  She gained undergraduate and postgraduate Arts degrees in Combined Archaeology and Biological Anthropology from the Australian National University and an MSc in Forensic Archaeology from Bournemouth University. Elizabeth was a supervising member of the Catanauan Heritage Project with the National Museum of the Philippines and The University of the Philippines for many years.

Elizabeth L. Knox Human Osteologist

Meet the Specialists

Our team of Specialists comprises internationally acclaimed experts in a range of topics, from osteoarchaeology, environmental archaeology and archaeological conservation to period- and type-specific finds specialisms. They not only ensure all the material we excavate is expertly analysed and published, they also undertake pioneering research.

zooarchaeologist working with animal bones