Sarah Chapman Sarah is a second year PhD candidate in Egyptology at the University of Birmingham. Her main focus is funerary archaeology, particularly of late dynastic Egypt. She specializes in digital imaging and technology in archaeology. She is currently working as the digital imaging specialist at Tell Timai, Egypt. Her interests include Egyptian funerary archaeology, computational photography, web / graphic design and archaeological method and theory.
Liesel Gentelli Liesel received a Bachelor of Archaeology with Honours from La Trobe University, Melbourne, in 2012. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia’s Centre for Forensic Science. Her research involves trace element analysis of 16th to 19th century Spanish silver for provenance determination. Liesel is head of conservation of coins and metals at the Tell Timai project.
Marta Lorenzon Currently studying for a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh and holds a M.A. in Near Eastern archaeology from the University of Florence and a certificate in historic preservation from Columbia University. She is currently a staff member of the Tell Timai Excavation and specializes in mud brick architecture and conservation.