Frank Coyne

Frank is a director of Aegis Archaeology and takes a hands on roll in all aspects of the company’s work.

Frank holds a BA in Archaeology and History and a H. Dip in Education from NUI Galway.
He has worked as far a field as Lebannon.
He is eligible to hold an archaeological licence since 1997.
Frank’s archaeological research interests include upland archaeology, rock art and sacred landscapes.
He publishes widely and contributes a popular monthly archaeology column in the South Kerry Advertiser.
Frank is a full member of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland, has sat on a number of its working groups and contributed to its continuing professional development programme.
He is former honorary secretary and current committee member of The Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group (IPMAG)

Elaine Lynch

Elaine is a field archaeologist and post-excavation project manager at Aegis Archaeology.

She holds an Mphil in Archaeology from University College Cork, an MA in History of Art and Architecture from University of Dublin, a Degree in Ceramic Design from Limerick Art College and a Diploma in Archaeology from NUI Galway.
She specialises in the analysis of prehistoric pottery and creates pot replicas for the purposes of presentation and education.
She also does artefact drawings a number of which have been published. Elaine’s primary research area is Grooved Ware Pottery.
She is a member of IPMAG and Limerick Ceramic Artists.