Musical Instruments

Miriam Plönissen

Member of EXARC since
E-mail address
miriam_ploenissen [at] gmx.de
Country
Germany

Being a prehistoric archaeologist I really think, that science communication is an important topic, and for that I find it a pleasure to work as an educator in a museum. Concerning crafts, my main interest is pottery, and since 2014 I conduct experiments on building Neolithic clay drums.

Domenico Lorusso

Member of EXARC since
E-mail address
terraealtamurgia [at] libero.it
Country
Italy

Since 1989 I have dealt with environmental education, organizing workshops and guided tours and naturalistic especially in the territory of the Alta Murgia National Park and in the major natural areas of Puglia, collaborating with schools, facilities for professional training, cultural circles, U

Simon Wyatt PhD

Member of EXARC since
E-mail address
thesimon23 [at] yahoo.co.uk
Country
United Kingdom

My PhD in Archaeology, at Edinburgh University, examined the objects interpreted as clay drums, from the Trichterbecher culture (TRB - 3300-2700 BC). During this time, I constructed models of the different drum styles in order to investigate the techniques of attaching a drum-skin.