Editorial

Dr Mark Merrony

Editor-in-Chief

BA (Hons), MPhil, DPhil, FSA

Mark studied Archaeology at Saint Davids University College Lampeter in Wales, and Classical Archaeology at Wolfson College and Somerville College at the University of Oxford. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, and a Fellow at Wolfson.

Dr Murray Eiland

Managing Editor

BA (Hons), MSc, DPhil

Murray studied archaeology at Berkeley and Santa Cruz at the University of California, and at Wolfson College, University of Oxford; specialising in the ancient Near East and sciences. He has worked in archaeological publishing as a correspondent and editor since 2001, and authored a substantial number of articles and papers.

Joseph Isenberg

Americas Correspondent

BA (Hons), MA, JD

Joseph studied History at Iowa State University at Ames and specialises in the medieval period, especially military architecture, and is presently engaged in research on the history of agriculture. He has authored a number of semi-popular features and academic papers in this subject area. Joseph lives in the state of Iowa.

Sofia Carreira-Wham

Africa, Asia, and Oceania Correspondent

BA (Hons), MPhil

Sofia read Classics as an undergraduate and Archaeological Heritage and Museums as a graduate at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. She is an experienced writer in the heritage sphere and has a broad knowledge of ancient civilisations and topical events and issues in this area. Sofia is presently based in London.

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Bianca Maria Zonta

European Correspondent

BA (Hons)

Bianca studied archaeology in the Near East and Mediterranean at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. She is an experienced writer in this context specialising in funerary archaeology and visual arts. Bianca lives near Venice. 

Editorial Advisory Board

Rev Professor Martin Henig

MA, DPhil, DLitt, FSA

Emeritus

Faculty of Classics

University of Oxford

Dr Anne Johnson

MCIfA, FSA

Archaeology Collective

London

Dr Sean Kingsley

Director

Wreck Watch International

London

Dr Luke Lavan

Lecturer in Archaeology

University of Kent

Very Reverend Professor J. A. McGuckin

University of Oxford

Columbia University

Professor R. J. A. Wilson

MA, DPhil, FSA

Director, Centre for the Study of Ancient Sicily

Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies
University of British Columbia