Céline Erauw

Céline Erauw is an archaeologist specialising in zooarchaeology and the archaeology of the Andes. She is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge (Wiener-Anspach Foundation Fellow). She holds a PhD in Archaeology from the Université libre de Bruxelles. Her research topics are the zooarchaeological study of the site Pachacamac (Peru), the iconography of animals, and the analysis of past environments. Céline is currently working on the animal-human relation in the central coast of Peru (10th-16th century CE) using an interdisciplinary approach.

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