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Andy Seaman is senior lecturer in early medieval archaeology at Canterbury Christ Church University. His research focuses on Wales and western Britain, and he has particular interests in settlements and the agrarian landscape, networks of power, and the early Church. He has published widely in these areas, including major articles on Dinas Powys hillfort and the ‘multiple estate model’. He is engaged in a number of projects focused on South Wales, including the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project, Manifestations of Empire: Palaeoenvironmental Analysis and the End of Roman Britain.