I have been involved in Historic Building Conservation for 40 years including Experimental Archaeology. I am currently a conservation consultant and historic materials practitioner.
Sue studied Archaeology at the University of Exeter and her early career was as a Finds Assistant for the Museum of London and then as an Archaeological Illustrator for what is now English Heritage.
My career in experimental aspects of ancient ship design and construction started in 1981 with the construction of the late Tim Severin's Sindbad Voyage. Following that my interests expanded to maritime archaeology and ethnography.
Tammy Hodgskiss is the Curator at the Origins Centre museum, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Tammy is an archaeologist and received her PhD in 2013 from Wits University.
Gabriela Sartori Mingatos (São Paulo – Brazil – 1986), studied History at Nove de Julho University and Social Sciences at Federal University of São Paulo. She obtained her Master’s Degree at the National Museum.
I am a flint-knapper. I have been flint-knapping for many years. I do replicative experiments in stone tool manufacture and stone tool use. My primary job is as an archaeologist for the state of California. I teach anthropology at the local community college.
Dr. Liye Xie studies the co-construction of technology and society with specialties in preindustrial technologies of bone, stone, and earthen construction.
Paläotechnik offers ancient technology expertise since 1996. The main focus is on indigenous and prehistoric skin processing technology, including related fields like bone, antler and ivory technology.
Lecturer with PhD. My specialist in Experimental Archaeology, My PhD. experimentation was about transporting amphorae by camels on the eastern desert road in the Roman era. I Am a very passionate and active individual.