More than 25 years a Roman re-enactor with an interest in all aspects of human life as it was. But as a cheese maker by profession particularly interested in the dairy products of ancient times, both local and Roman.
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 have been involved with experimental archaeology since my student days. I started in the field of ceramics followed by research into the historical relationship between ecosystems and material-actions. At present my focus is on open-fired ceramics and adaptive construction.
I am a paleoanthropologist at the Faculty of Archaeology in Leiden University. I'm interested in the use of plants by early hominins and humans prior to agriculture, and how the use and processing of these plants may have shaped our evolutionary trajectory.
I am a curator of the prehistory collections of the National Museum of Archeology of Catalonia (Barcelona) and associate lecturer at the Autonomous University of Barcelona where I teach subjects related to technology from an experimental point of view.
As a multifaceted craftsperson I have always been interested in the ''making of" anything really, but more specifically tools, practical objects and decoration. Working with ceramics and incense during my BA ignited more of the interest in experimental archaeology.
I’m an Archaeologist, living in Austria, studies in pre- and early history with professional combination of classical archeology, numismatics, paleontology, ethnology and human biology. Formerly employee of the Austrian Academy of Science, Vienna (Department of Prehistoric Commission) and Archaeo
Daily life in the paleolithic in South-Germany/North-Switzerland, cooking in rawhide, brain tanning, flintknapping. Working with museums in Switzerland and Germany at open days events. Present project is tanning with pigments.