About Me


Thanks for dropping by! I’m an anthropological archaeologist based in Charlottesville, VA with 8 years of experience in the field. I’ve been a blogger for so long, but my first blog had some issues that I recently decided to shut it down and create something anew.

So as you can see, this blog is still a work in progress, so please bear with me! However, more articles will be posted here as soon as I gain my momentum in writing my thoughts. I intend to use this blog as a repository for my research findings, teaching, and other archaeology and anthropology-related activities.

I’m also fond of traveling and exploring museums all over the world (particularly in France and Rome), especially those that feature ancient world history. So you’ll also see here some travel guides to the best museums to have ever been built in history.

In short, this blog is an online tool that serves to share knowledge and insights to the archaeological community.

I hope you’ll have a meaningful time exploring every page on this site. Should you have any questions, suggestions, and feedback, feel free to send me a message via info@musees-aquitaine.com.

Thanks again and welcome to my blog!