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Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology


Lizzy Peneycad (PhD) is a Collections Assistant (Stores Move Project) at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. In her current role she is documenting, photographing and packing collections at MAA’s off-site stores, ready for the move to the new Centre of Material Culture. 

Lizzy has a background in Physical Geography and Geology (BSc Hons) and Quaternary Science (MSc), with a particular interest in the uses of biological remains to understand the past. She has undertaken research on the stable isotope analysis of rodent teeth from sites across Britain. 

Prior to joining the MAA, Lizzy worked as a Project Move Assistant with Birmingham Museums Trust, supporting two major collections move projects. She also has an interest in increasing the accessibility of collections, and has volunteered with several museums to improve the storage and documentation of scientific, geological, and archaeological collections.  


Collections Assistant (Stores Move)
Staff photograph of Lizzy Peneycad, smiling at the camera. She wears a green top and glasses, and has brown hair; she is standing in front of a selection of boxes on shelves, labelled varieties of 'Roman'.
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