Contributors

Alexander Harizanov

Alexander Harizanov

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Born in 1983, Veliko Tyrnovo, Bulgaria. Studied Archaeology (BA) and Archaeometry (MA) at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski". Acquired PhD in Classical Archaeology in 2015. Dissertation topic: "Ceramic kilns in the territory of Bulgaria from 1st to 6th c. AD". Interested in Roman ceramic technology, especially in the construction and use of different workshop facilities, such as kilns and drying-sheds.
Christiane De Micheli Schulthess

Christiane De Micheli Schulthess

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* 1964 in Lugano. Lic. Phil.I in Classical Archaeology, Aegyptology and Ancient History in Zurich. PhD (2001) in Nottingham with Dissertation “Aspects of Roman Pottery from Canton Ticino – Switzerland”. Fautor since 2002; currently working on the multi-periodical site of Tremona-Castello, Switzerland.
Fridolin Reutti

Fridolin Reutti

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* 1940 in Berlin. Studied Archaeology of the Roman Provinces with a thesis about Roman Villas in Germany (University of Marburg). Excavations in Rheinzabern. Interested in the technical details of the manufacturing process of Terra Sigillata, especially the kiln constructions. RCRF member since 1982. Blog Administrator.
Friedrich-Karl Bittner

Friedrich-Karl Bittner

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* 1928 in Berlin. He worked as a freelance landscape gardener and tree nurseryman. 1979 he visited the excavations at Rheinzabern. There arose his desire to possess a single Roman sherd. Afterwards he was entrusted by the excavators to study a large assemblage of Terra Sigillata and thereby followed in Ricken's footsteps.

Laurence Benquet

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Massimo Brando

Massimo Brando

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* 1965 in La Spezia and living and working in Rome. He has been working as a freelance collaborator of the Soprintedendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma for the last 20 years, directing urban, multi-phased excavations in Rome.
Specialist in Roman pottery (and Fautor since 2009), especially for lamps, African red slip ware and terra sigillata italica.
He founded the Facebook group, Ceramica in Archeologia /Pottery in Archaeology, the largest archaeological community on the web.
Since 2013 he's in charge of the study of the pottery recovered during the excavations in Scoglietto, Spolverino and Umbro by the Alberese Archaeological Project

MaxMustermann

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Mirna Crnkovic

Mirna Crnkovic

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Phd candidate at the University of Zadar (Croatia)
The title of thesis: "Thin - Walled Pottery from Roman Mursa"

From recently employed in the position of curator in Vučedol culture museum - http://vucedol.hr/hr/
Philip Kenrick

Philip Kenrick

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Dr. Philip Kenrick is a freelance specialist in Hellenistic and Roman pottery, resident in Abingdon near Oxford (UK). He is a former Treasurer (1994-2006) and President (2008-14) of the RCRF.
Stefan Honcu

Stefan Honcu

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Stefan Honcu is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of History at the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University in Iasi, Romania. He deals with the study of drinking, amphorae and kitchenware Roman ceramics items from Moesia Inferior. His Ph.D. is called "Roman kitchenware pottery discoveries in Dobroudja between I-III centuries AD."