Olivia is a digital archive assistant at the Archaeology Data Service. Following a BA in archaeology at the University of Durham, Olivia completed a master’s degree in the archaeology of Egypt and the Near East in 2018. Her research focused on applications of GIS and cost surface modelling to investigate mobility, interconnectivity and overland trade in Predynastic Egypt. Her research interests include landscape archaeology, interconnectivity and transport in the ancient world, the use of GIS and computing in archaeology and all things ancient Egyptian. Olivia has worked on fieldwork projects in the UK, Egypt and the Sultanate of Oman.