Joanna Hambly

Author

Joanna Hambly is an archaeologist and research fellow at the University of St Andrews. Through her work with the SCAPE Trust, she manages an award-winning national programme of community research into the archaeology of Scotland’s coasts and has a long-standing interest in the archaeology of sea-salt manufacture in the UK.

Joanna Hambly is an archaeologist and research fellow at the University of St Andrews. Through her work with the SCAPE Trust, she manages an award-winning national programme of community research into the archaeology of Scotland’s coasts and has a long-standing interest in the archaeology of sea-salt manufacture in the UK.

Books

  • Paperback | Pub: 14 Sep 2023
    £20.00

    Salt is a vital commodity. For many centuries it sustained life for Scots as seasoning for a diet dominated by grains (mainly oats), and for preservation of fish and cheese. Sea-salt manufacturing is one of Scotland’s oldest industries, dating to...