My name is Ronja Lau, I studied prehistoric archaeology at the Freie Universität Berlin and since my Bachelor degree I'm dealing with textile archaeology and experiments concerning textile research.
I am Scientific Director of the Virtual Archaeology Museum of Narce (http://www.mavna.it/) and I practice experimental archaeology and outreach activities.
Since the early '90s of the last century I've been a re-enactor of both the Viking period, and of WW2. In my Viking persona I show kids and their parents what kit a warrior would have, such as a mail shirt, helmet, shield and sword and what the cost of such equipement would be.
My name is Cohava Peterman-Lipschutz. I have degrees in Archaeology and Museology and am now working on my M.A. in Archaeology, focusing on archaeological open-air museums.
MSc in Experimental Archaeology, University College Dublin, 2018
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Interested in: fire simulation, textiles, meadmaking, digital archaeology
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’ve been possessed by the classical world since Latin class, but only got involved with it decades later. As a living history member of Legio XX in the Washington DC area, we have shifted our focus to education and interaction with students and the public.
Dr. in Quaternary and Prehistory with European mention in the University Rovira i Virgili of Tarragona (Spain) in collaboration with the University of Ferrara (Italy).
I begin working in archaeology in 1985, excavating and experimental archaeological reconstruction of a medieval village at Cosmeston, Wales, UK. Since then extensive experience in field Archaeology and research, with concentration on late Roman and Migration Period material culture studies.
My first experience with archaeology during my BA was within the living history archaeological open-air museum at Historic St.