Wagenaar, Lodewijk (Dr.)

Lodewijk Wagenaar received his PhD in Leiden (1994) on a study of the Dutch Period history of Sri Lanka. As curator of the Amsterdam Museum he was involved in the exhibition of the 18th-century history of Amsterdam, in which he included the history of Surinam and slavery. He was also involved in the 2005 exhibition on Sugar in the 17th and 18th century with special attention to the consumption of sugar in the Netherlands and its production in the West and East Dutch Indies.

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Walker, Roxie

Roxie Walker is a bioarchaeologist who has worked extensively in Egypt, Peru, and Russia. She has co-directed the Qasr el-Aini Bioarchaeology Project, is the chief osteologist of the Djehuty Project (TT 11-12), the site of Tibbet el-Guesh at South Saqqara, and has been the chief osteologist for the Valley of the Kings Tombs of Horemheb and Amenemesse, as well as the excavations at Mut Temple. She continues to conduct research and fieldwork in Egypt and Peru and is a director of the Institute for Bioarchaeology at the British Museum.

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Weekes, Jake (Dr.)

Jake Weekes completed his doctorate at the University of Kent in 2005 and was a part-time lecturer there in Roman Archaeology and Classics from 1999–2007. He coordinated the South East Research Framework for the Historic Environment from 2007–8, before becoming Research Officer for the Canterbury Archaeological Trust.

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Weidgenannt, David MA (MA)

David Weidgenannt works under the supervision of Dr M. Moser on continuity and change in the statuary landscape of Epidauros. In 2015 he participated in the BSA Epigraphy Course and in the German-Greek-PhD Colloquium of the German Archaeological Institute. His Master’s thesis dealt with “Coinage and Identity in Roman Greece”.

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Weiss, Lara (Dr.)

Dr. Lara Weiss is curator of the Egyptian collection of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, The Netherlands, where she played a major role in the reorganization of the permanent display of the collection. She studied Egyptology and Theology in Berlin and Leiden and received her doctoral degree in Göttingen in 2012.

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Welham, Kate (Prof. dr.)

Kate Welham is Professor of Archaeological Science at Bournemouth University. She has worked on projects in Britain, Kenya, Spain and Easter Island, and is a leading expert in geophysical survey as well as in archaeological materials. She is chair of the UK committee of archaeological heads of departments. She is co-author of Stonehenge: making sense of a prehistoric mystery.

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Weller, Olivier (Dr.)

Olivier Weller is a research fellow at CNRS (UMR 8215, Trajectoires¸ CNRS-Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Paris, France). His research focusses on the archaeology of salt, specifically the origins of salt production in Europe in terms of exploitation techniques, uses and socio-economic implications during the Neolithic. The approaches are both technological, ethnoarchaeological, and ethnohistorical, as well as paleoenvironmental, physical-chemical or geomatic. His study area spans from Europe (France, Spain, Germany, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria) to Oceania (New Guinea).

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Wagenaar, Lodewijk (Dr.)

Lodewijk Wagenaar received his PhD in Leiden (1994) on a study of the Dutch Period history of Sri Lanka. As curator of the Amsterdam Museum he was involved in the exhibition of the 18th-century history of Amsterdam, in which he included the history of Surinam and slavery. He was also involved in the 2005 exhibition on Sugar in the 17th and 18th century with special attention to the consumption of sugar in the Netherlands and its production in the West and East Dutch Indies.

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Walker, Roxie

Roxie Walker is a bioarchaeologist who has worked extensively in Egypt, Peru, and Russia. She has co-directed the Qasr el-Aini Bioarchaeology Project, is the chief osteologist of the Djehuty Project (TT 11-12), the site of Tibbet el-Guesh at South Saqqara, and has been the chief osteologist for the Valley of the Kings Tombs of Horemheb and Amenemesse, as well as the excavations at Mut Temple. She continues to conduct research and fieldwork in Egypt and Peru and is a director of the Institute for Bioarchaeology at the British Museum.

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Weekes, Jake (Dr.)

Jake Weekes completed his doctorate at the University of Kent in 2005 and was a part-time lecturer there in Roman Archaeology and Classics from 1999–2007. He coordinated the South East Research Framework for the Historic Environment from 2007–8, before becoming Research Officer for the Canterbury Archaeological Trust.

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Weidgenannt, David MA (MA)

David Weidgenannt works under the supervision of Dr M. Moser on continuity and change in the statuary landscape of Epidauros. In 2015 he participated in the BSA Epigraphy Course and in the German-Greek-PhD Colloquium of the German Archaeological Institute. His Master’s thesis dealt with “Coinage and Identity in Roman Greece”.

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Weiss, Lara (Dr.)

Dr. Lara Weiss is curator of the Egyptian collection of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, The Netherlands, where she played a major role in the reorganization of the permanent display of the collection. She studied Egyptology and Theology in Berlin and Leiden and received her doctoral degree in Göttingen in 2012.

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Welham, Kate (Prof. dr.)

Kate Welham is Professor of Archaeological Science at Bournemouth University. She has worked on projects in Britain, Kenya, Spain and Easter Island, and is a leading expert in geophysical survey as well as in archaeological materials. She is chair of the UK committee of archaeological heads of departments. She is co-author of Stonehenge: making sense of a prehistoric mystery.

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Weller, Olivier (Dr.)

Olivier Weller is a research fellow at CNRS (UMR 8215, Trajectoires¸ CNRS-Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Paris, France). His research focusses on the archaeology of salt, specifically the origins of salt production in Europe in terms of exploitation techniques, uses and socio-economic implications during the Neolithic. The approaches are both technological, ethnoarchaeological, and ethnohistorical, as well as paleoenvironmental, physical-chemical or geomatic. His study area spans from Europe (France, Spain, Germany, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria) to Oceania (New Guinea).

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