Bone / Antler
My research and experimentation activity started in summer 2008 with the first pit-firings and the first mono-chamber kiln (Bronze Age).
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.
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.
MA Experimental Archaeology
BSc Archaeological Practice
Interested in ancient technologies/ bone tools.
Research on scapula shovels in Neolithic Britain.
I’m a Self-employed studio potter, specialising in a contemporary practice of throwing tableware on a potter’s wheel. I gained an experimental archaeology Masters at Exeter university in 2014.
João Carlos Moreno de Sousa (Bogotá, 1989) (mostly known as JuCa) studied archaeology at Institute of Prehistory and Anthropology of Goiás, in the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás (BR). He obtained a Master’s Degree at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, University of São Paulo (BR).
I am an archaeologist from Romania, and I am specialised in prehistoric archaeology (focussed on Bronze Age), the archaeology of salt and experimental archaeology.
Qualified in Archaeology with a passion for medieval crafts/archaeo-technique, Lloyd focuses on the acquisition, use and working of animal bone, deer antler and walrus canine in a Norse/Viking context.