FARLI is Proud to Announce its Newest Member

posted Feb 25, 2010, 2:51 AM by Team FARLI   [ updated Nov 28, 2010, 5:57 PM ]
The Foundation for Archaeological Research of the Land of Israel is proud to announce Mr. Diarmaid Walshe has recently joined the FARLI team. 

Diarmaid Walshe is a community archaeologist based in South-East England and is a leading authority on Roman Grog Temper pottery of Southern England. He has a long association with Israel and has been heavily involved in excavations in the region.

A master graduate in Field Archaeology from the University of Sussex is currently a Doctorial researcher in the area Roman pottery.  Diarmaid is at present is engaged in running the Darent Valley Archeologically Project which is investigating Roman and Saxon settlement patterns in the valley which has the heaviest concentration of Villas outside the Mediterranean region.  He is also the Director of Archtools one of the leading suppliers of Archaeological Tools and Equipment.