Ann Hudson indexing services

Archaeological indexing

I have many years of experience in indexing archaeological monographs and periodicals.

Archaeological books which I have particularly enjoyed indexing in recent years include:

Mark Hassall, Roman Britain: The Frontier Province (The Hobnob Press, 2017)

Roger S O Tomlin, Roman London's First Voices: Writing Tablets from the Bloomberg Excavations, 2010-14 (Museum of London Archaeology, 2016)

I am the regular indexer for the county journals Sussex Archaeological Collections and Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, and I have also indexed many volumes of Medieval Archaeology and Post-Medieval Archaeology.

I have worked extensively for Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) and drew up their indexing guidelines.

I am happy to advise anyone thinking of becoming an archaeological indexer. Archaeological indexing requires specialist knowledge of all aspects of archaeology, including modern scientific techniques. It also requires a thorough grounding in general indexing principles.

To find out if you have an aptitude for indexing, have a look at the Society of Indexers' website. If you would like personal advice please contact me.

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