When did I start? So long ago I do not exactly recall. I've done very early hunting since the seventies. I learned to make my own arrows and bows to historic models. I'm learning to knap flint into points. I've learned to use the atlatl and darts, the sling (Balearic in this case).
Sally is an archaeologist and freelance heritage educator with an MSc in Experimental Archaeology. She is also an Honorary Associate Research Fellow at Exeter University.
Having had a keen interest in traditional crafts and living history, I went on to study Experimental Archaeology at University, specialising in viking age bloomery iron smelting.
I have recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture at University College Dublin. My background is quite varied and goes from I.T. through to Graphics Arts and onto Archaeology.
Experimental Archaeologist with a keen interest in education, outreach, and engagement. Co-host of the EXARC show podcast. I believe experimental archaeology is a fantastic tool with which to inspire and engage people.
I am Tomislav Ivančić, I come from Croatia but currently I live in Stuttgart, Germany. Ten years ago when I started my studies in Zadar University I became interested in reconstructing of flint tools and weapons.
My research focuses primarily on Medieval Archaeology and Castle Studies, and more recently upon Death, Burial and the Funerary Industry, whilst my teaching focuses on Archaeological Practice, Landscape Archaeology and Cultural Heritage.
My name is Ben Grief, and I am based in Norfolk, England. I am a recent graduate of the Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture PgCert at University College Dublin. For my final project I attempted to create a replica of the Enderby Shield which has become a bit of an obsession.