Archaeologist specialising in Iron Age rock art. She is currently working on her PhD on Iron Age mobile rock art and archaeological heritage communication at Iconictheory and the Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
I am a professor of anthropology at Lyon College in Batesville, Arkansas. My interests in experimental archaeology are largely related to ceramic use and function. My dissertation explored ceramic use-alteration of Ubaid materials at Kenan Tepe, in southeastern Turkey.
I am a basket maker and woodworker, with side interests in blacksmithing and textiles, and what amounts to an obsession with bast fibre, especially lime (Tilia spp.)
Currently studying for a MA in Roman Archaeology at the University of York and an experienced potter. My current research project involves building a roman kiln and experimenting with firings.
Giulia Previti is a research fellow in archaeology and post-classical antiquities at Sapienza University of Rome. Her interests focus in particular on medieval archaeology and the study of material culture, with a special focus on ceramic materials.
I have been a Co- Director of Ancient Wessex Network CIC for 14 years, We put on demonstrations and displays of craftwork from Pre-History. I work mainly with Bronze, making mostly artifacts from the Bronze Age.
Did Workshops with children about housing, clothing, food and skills through the Times and cultures, practice in use of wild plants, learning about basket making, woodcraft, working with Bones, compare with Native cultures, skills, spirituality; taking part in saving ancient culture Monuments in
I am an archaeologist interested in the study of complex societies of the Western Mediterranean Iron Age. I deal with more specific topics such as urban planning, architecture, household organisation and domestic activities.