Guy Martyn Thorold Huchet de la BÉDOYÈRE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1957-11-28
Education KCS Wimbledon, Wimbledon Coll, Univ of Durham (BA), Univ of London (BA), UCL (MA)
Books & Publications Publications Samian Ware (1988), Finds of Roman Britain (1989), Buildings of Roman Britain (1991, reprinted 2001), Towns of Roman Britain (1992, revised edn 2003), Roman Villas and the Countryside (1993), The Writings of John Evelyn (1995), The Diary of John Evelyn (1995), Particular Friends. The Correspondence of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn (1997, 2 edn 2005), Hadrian's Wall. A History and Guide (1998), The Golden Age of Roman Britain (1999, shortlisted Br Archaeological Book of the Year 2000), Companion to Roman Britain (1999), Battles over Britain. The Archaeology of the Air War (2000), Voices of Imperial Rome (2000), Pottery in Roman Britain (2000), Aviation Archaeology in Britain (2001), Eagles over Britannia. The Roman Army in Britain (2001), The Home Front (2002), Architecture in Roman Britain (2002), Gods with Thunderbolts. Religion in Roman Britain (2002), Defying Rome. The Rebels of Roman Britain (2003), A New History of Roman Britain (2006, 2 edn 2013), The Letters of Samuel Pepys (2006), The Romans for Dummies (2006), Cities of Roman Italy (2010)
Recreations coin collector, piano, travelling in the USA, photography, aviation (private pilot's licence 2000), genealogy
Clubs N/A
Style Guy de la Bédoyère, Esq
Career freelance historian, archaeologist, writer and broadcaster; presenter: The Romans in Britain (BBC Radio 4) 1997, The Romans in Britain (BBC 2/Open Univ); co-presenter My Famous Family (UKTV History) 2006; regular guest Time Team (Channel 4) 1998-, Chm of the War Cabinet in The 1940s House (Channel 4); history and classical civilisation teacher Kesteven and Sleaford HS 2007-; memb Soc for Promotion of Roman Studies 1997-; FSA 2007, fell Historical Assoc 2008
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