|Post Doctoral Research Associate in the Department of Archaeology|
I completed a BSc, MA and PhD in archaeology at Durham University, and am now a PDRA with the EAMENA project. My PhD examined the distribution of Bronze Age tombs in Southeastern Arabia. My areas of interest include the use of GIS and remote sensing, and the landscape archaeology of Arabia and the wider Middle East.
- Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA)
- Rustaq Batinah Archaeological Survey (RBAS)
- Qarn al-Harf
Chapter in book
- Deadman, W.M. (2016). Discussion. In Archaeological Rescue Excavations on Packages 3 and 4 of the Batinah Expressway, Sultanate of Oman. Saunders, Ben Oxford: Archaeopress. 189-206.
- Deadman, W.M. (2017). Early Bronze Age Society in Eastern Arabia: An Analysis of the Funerary Archaeology of the Hafit Period (3200-2500 BC) in the Northern Oman Peninsula with Special Reference to the Al-Batinah Region. Durham University. PhD.
- Deadman, William M., Kennet, Derek, de Vreeze, Michel & al‐Jahwari, Nasser S. (2022). The nature of third‐millennium settlement: The example of al‐Tikha (Rustaq) an Umm an‐Nar site on the Batinah coast of Oman. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 33(1): 49.
- Deadman, W.M. (2017). Northern Oman's ancient stone tombs. Anglo-Omani Society Review 2017: 22-25.
- Deadman, W.M. & Al-Jahwari, Nasser Said (2016). Hafit tombs in ash-Sharqiyah, Oman: assessing the accuracy and precision of Google Earth remote-sensing survey and analysing their distribution in the landscape. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 27(1): 19.
- Deadman, W.M. (2014). Investigating the orientation of Hafit tomb entrances in Wadi Andam, Oman. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 44: 139-152.
- Deadman, W.M. (2012). Defining the Early Bronze Age landscape: a remote sensing-based analysis of Hafit tomb distribution in Wadi Andam, Sultanate of Oman. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 23(1): 26.
- Deadman, WM (2012). Unlocking the Early Bronze Age: attempting to extract Umm an-Nar tombs from a remotely sensed Hafit dataset. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 42: 79-85.