My research focuses primarily on Medieval Archaeology and Castle Studies, and more recently upon Death, Burial and the Funerary Industry, whilst my teaching focuses on Archaeological Practice, Landscape Archaeology and Cultural Heritage.
My name is Ben Grief, and I am based in Norfolk, England. I am a recent graduate of the Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture PgCert at University College Dublin. For my final project I attempted to create a replica of the Enderby Shield which has become a bit of an obsession.
I’m an exhibition technician working in KAMU Espoo City Museum, Finland. I’m also a vice-chair of Finnish Museum Technical association with a Master craftsman’s degree in museum technology.
Since 2015, I have been a member of the Ukrainian historical reenactment club Chorna Halych. Until 2019, together with my club, I took an active part in historical festivals in Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, and Slovakia.
Hello! I am a Masters student in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture at University College Dublin studying lithics and atlatl spear-thrower technology.
Started back in 2010 as a founder member of the Ukrainian living history association Varuforos, which represented the military society of Kyiv in the mid-10th century.
As a retired pilot, I enjoy studying history and especially mythology and pre-historic era. Using methods of "strategic analysis" I try to approach the truth of ancient people's way of life and their technology.
I'm a Palaeolithic arcaheologist and British Academy Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Reading, Department of Archaeology. I am also part of the research team working on the wood remains from Schöningen.
I've started my activity in 2007, as a historical reenactor. After taking my bachelor's degree in natural sciences at Cagliari University, I went to England for a couple of years, I've then taken my Master's degree in Archaeology at the University of Ferrara.