Klint is a doctoral student in the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford. He is a former career soldier and survival instructor and has an educational background in both cognitive and experimental archaeology with an emphasis on Stone Age Technologies. His current research is focused on the cognitive implications of trapping and hunting strategies in the mid- to late-Pleistocene and is currently being supervised by Prof. Peter Mitchell of St Hughs College, University of Oxford and Dr. Lambros Malafouris of Keble College University of Oxford. Through his research, he aims to provide a better understanding of human cognitive and technological evolution through careful analysis of material culture, landscape use, and subsistence strategies in prehistory. Klint joined the Palaeodeserts team as a technical photographer and excavator.
May 23rd, 2016
The Pleistocene vertebrate record of the Arabian Peninsula i..[more]
May 18th, 2016
The prehistoric environment of northwestern Arabia remains l..[more]