Meet the PramCV team of researchers.
She is an archaeologist and integrated researcher in the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM - Nova Lisbon University). She obtained both her Graduate (2008) and Master’s (2012) degrees in Archaeology by the Nova Lisbon University. Currently she is developing her PhD theses in Medieval History in the University of Salamanca, dedicating her research to early medieval rural communities.
He is an archaeologist graduated in History by the University of Salamanca (2006) where he also presented his Master’s thesis in Pre-history (2009). Currently he is developing his PhD thesis in the same institution.
His research interests focus on archaeometalurgy, geographical information systems and archaeological theory.
In 2011 he graduated in Archaeology in the University of Lisbon. In 2014 he obtained his Master’s degree in the same field from the Nova Lisbon University where he presented his thesis in medieval archaeology. He is currently an integrated researcher in the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM - Nova Lisbon University).
Since the beginning of 2014 he works as a trainee archaeologist in the municipality of Guarda (Portugal). His main field of research is medieval settlement in the Beira Norte region (Centre of Portugal).
She is an archaeologist and integrated researcher in the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM- Nova Lisbon University) and collaborator in the Antropological Reseach Network (CRIA). Her research work is mainly centred in archaeology and funerary anthropology.
She also coordinates the research group for pre-industrial Archaeology in the Industrial Archaeology Portuguese Association (APAI).
He graduated in archaeology in the Nova Lisbon University. He has a Master’s degree in Quaternary sciences by the University of the Basque Country where he specialized in Geoarchaeology. He is currently developing his PhD thesis in the University of Cantabria.
His other research interests include the application of micro-morphological and geochemistry techniques to soils and sediments, as well as coring off-site techniques. He considers early medieval environments and activities a privileged field for these methods.
She graduated in Archaeology in the Nova Lisbon University. She is currently on the same institution working on her Master’s thesis in the field of zooarchaeology, in which she proposes a new methodological approach for analysing microfaunal remains in archaeological contexts.
Her research interests focus on early medieval rural settlement and faunal remains archaeological contexts.
He graduated in Archaeology in the Nova University of Lisbon (2009) where he also defended his Master’s thesis (2014) regarding early medieval settlement and material culture in the Alentejo region (Portugal).
In 2009 he started working as a professional archaeologist dedicating himself to rescue and development led projects in several companies. He is also an integrated researcher in the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM - Nova Lisbon University).
She graduated in Archaeology in Nova Lisbon University (2010) and got her Masters’ degree Quaternary sciences by the University of the Basque Country (2011) where she specialized in Archaeobotany.
She is currently developing her PhD at ICArEHB - Centro Interdisciplinar para a Arqueologia e Evolução do Comportamento Humano, carrying out research in Antracology, focusing on contexts from Prehistory to the Middle Ages.
Iñaki Martín Viso: Professor in the Department of Medieval, Modern and Contemporary History of the University of Salamanca (Spain).