Rosemary Cramp (b. 1929) is a British archaeol…

Rosemary
Cramp
(b. 1929) is a British archaeologist and academic. She was the first
female professor appointed at Durham University, where she taught for almost four
decades.

After completing her studies at Oxford, she
became a lecturer at Durham University in 1955 and was appointed Professor of
Archaeology in 1971. She also served as the President of the Council for
British Archaeology, Vice-President of the Royal Archaeological Institute and
President of the Society of Antiquaries of London.