I like the study of medieval castles and fortifications, not only for the military implications but for their construction methods, renovations and adaptations to new technologies through the eras an the many functions they had in a particularly society during their existence.
I have graduated in 2015 from the University of Wroclaw with a BA in Archaeology, currently (in 2019) I am completing an MA in Artefact Studies on the University College London.
Neolithic British agriculture (livestock and some food crops); textile and culinary skills Neolithic through Iron Age for Britain and Greece; majuscule scriptio continua Greek calligraphy in alphabets appropriate to the classical period using reed pens, papyrus, parchment, and various soot ink fo
Hi! I am Luigi, an Archaeology student from University of Ferrara. Since 2011 I am a member of Suliis As Torc, a living history and experimental archaeology association, working on the 2nd Iron Age in Northern Italy and the Balearic Culture during the Second Punic War.
Since 2016, Sofia works in experimental archaeology and living history, with textile research or recreating historical clothing, especially in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula and Europe, accepting costume commissions for reenactment and other events, guiding workshops about these subjects and part
I am a research assistant at the German Archaeological Institute. Currently I am writing my PhD on “Ancient Near Eastern Amulets“ at Freie Universität Berlin (DE). Since several years I am giving workshops on gruitbeer and mead production at Museumsdorf Düppel.
I am involved in community archaeological excavation projects as well as experimental archaeology mostly based on the early medieval period. I also organise living history courses in Viking Age metalwork techniques.
My interest in experimental archaeology started at the age of seventeen when I entered the re-enactment world. It was at the meeting point of both my passions for archaeology and craft.
I have recently submitted my PhD thesis in partnership with the University of Exeter and the University of Reading. My research investigates the evidence, use and performance of stone-tipped spear technologies among Neanderthal populations in the European Middle Palaeolithic.