João Carlos Moreno de Sousa (Bogotá, 1989) (mostly known as JuCa) studied archaeology at Institute of Prehistory and Anthropology of Goiás, in the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás (BR). He obtained a Master’s Degree at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, University of São Paulo (BR).
- Member at ICOMOS Italy
- Affiliate Member - Archaeologist at ICAHM
- Archaeologist at CNR
- Studied Topografia Antica and Lettere classiche/archeologia at Sapienza Università di Roma
I'm a PhD student from Ukraine and a member of the living history club "Zastava (Stronghold)". I working on my dissertation about medieval log-boats from the southwestern lands of Kievan Rus' in the 10th-13th centuries.
My main hobbies are experimental archaeology and historical reenacting of the early Middle Ages in the territory of Kievan Rus. My experiments were based on horn and bone and stone processing, primitive woodworking, fire breeding, and primitive tooling experiments.
2008-2009: 1 yr Art History, University of Stavanger
2009-2012: BA in Archaeology and Conservation, University of Oslo
2012-2014: MA in Archaeology, University of Oslo ('The Smith on the Edge of Worlds: New perspectives on technology and ideology in the Late Norwegian Iron Age')
I have started experimental archaeology since the first year of my PhD degree. Currently, my research is focused on better understanding of impact fractures that could be identified on the stone tools or more specifically, Mousterian points.