I am a founder member of The Elka Project Ilkeston Derbyshire UK. A none for profit community archaeology group that also practices experimental archaeology in the community.
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 archaeologist from Brazil with a keen interest in the early peopling of the Americas. My current research revolves around the Slugs of the Itaparica Tradition, focusing on their production methods and uses.
As part of my PhD, I carry out my research on the topic of the shipwright's toolkit over the long Braudelian period. This work involves the multidisciplinarity between archeology, history of technology as well as approaches such as as traceology, ethnography and experimentations.
I am a basket maker and woodworker, with side interests in blacksmithing and textiles, and what amounts to an obsession with bast fibre, especially lime (Tilia spp.)
I have done historic textile demonstrations since 2001. These range from pre-history through industrialization. I have worked in living history since 2015 doing a variety of historic skills including textiles, draft power, farming, and other historic handcrafts.
Did Workshops with children about housing, clothing, food and skills through the Times and cultures, practice in use of wild plants, learning about basket making, woodcraft, working with Bones, compare with Native cultures, skills, spirituality; taking part in saving ancient culture Monuments in
I am a retired woodworker. I am also a canoe traveler, a historical reenactor focused on Early Medieval Ireland, and amateur experimental archaeologist currently focused on logboats.
I am an academic archaeologist who regularly flintknaps and practices experimental archaeology. Currently, I am a Master's student at UNBC who is almost done my program. I have close to a decade of experience analyzing stone and faunal tools. For experimental archaeology, I have close to 3 years
I'm Anton van den Heuvel (1964), I started learning ancient skills at the end of the eighties at the prehistoric village of Eindhoven. I have worked very closely with Hans Horreus de Haas, he was very inspirational to me.