Noah Bryant, M.A. RPA, received his B.A. in History with an Anthropology minor from the University of North Georgia in 2021. He was awarded a Fulbright grant to study in Bangor, Wales, where he received his M.A. in Celtic Archaeology in 2022. In conjunction with his degree, he completed a project to create 3D models of Iron Age artifacts from Meillionydd, an Iron Age hillfort in northwest Wales. His research focused on patterns of structured deposition of Iron Age objects of personal adornment in the context of the hillforts of northwest Wales.
Mr. Bryant serves as an Archaeologist at TerraX; in addition to his fieldwork responsibilities, he assists in the report writing and research process for various projects. Noah’s fieldwork has primarily focused on the various Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) projects currently undertaken by TerraX, but he continues to work for other clients in various surrounding states, including performing Phase II surveying in Florida and Phase I testing in South Carolina.