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Timothy graduated from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 2003 with a B.A. (with Honors) in Archaeology. He then studied for an M.Sc. in Forensic Archaeological Science at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London (2004). Since 2005, he has concentrated on a number of projects based in Egypt and Turkey as a surveyor, cartographer and GIS technician. These projects include the Greater Abydos Mapping Project (2005-2009), the Shunet el-Zebib Conservation Project (2005-2009), the Brown University Abydos Project (2009-present) and the Archaeological Mission to Kilise Tepe, Turkey (2008-present). His research interests cluster around the methodology of cartography, GIS and remote sensing as applied to archeology and the changing nature of land use and perception of space during periods of cultural transformation, especially with regard to Byzantine and early Islamic Egypt. He is also interested in systems of settlement and cultural identity in the peripheral areas of empire. Timothy was a research intern at the Royal College of Surgeons Hunterian Collection (2004) and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, London.