Éveha International's members are all researchers engaged in the archaeological research in France and abroad. Holders of a master's degree or a PhD, most of them are also integrated in university teams or research laboratories. Today, the great diversity of our competences and fields of investigation allows us to intervene in most of the fields of current research.
Making concrete the collaboration between Éveha and the UMR 7194 of the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris, Corentin Biets has been recruited as a CIFRE Ph.D. student since 2019. Specialized in ancient prehistory, he focuses on the study of the first settlements of insular Southeast Asia.
His research aims to better integrate, through innovative methodologies, local populations in the recording of remains in order to promote their conservation. He is also involved in the excavation of several sites in the Arabian peninsula.
Samara Broglia de Moura
UMR 8155, UMR 7041
Samara Broglia de Moura is an archaeologist and Ph.D. holder from the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE-PSL). Since 2011, she has participated in several archaeological projects in Central Asia (Afghanistan, Turkmenistan et Uzbekistan) and in the Himalayas (Ladakh, Spiti and Mustang). She joined Éveha International in 2021 as an excavation supervisor. Samara Broglia is also associated with the East Asian Civilisations Research Centre (CRCAO/UMR 8155) and Archaeology and Sciences of the Antiquity (ArScAn/UMR 7041).
UMR CHAM, Lisbonne
Archaeological manager and hyperbaric topographer, Christelle Chouzenoux joined Éveha’s diving department in 2015. She holds a Master II in Art History/Heritage from the University Lumière Lyon II, and a Master’s II in Underwater Archaeology from the University Fernando Pessoa, Porto.
Specialized in naval architecture, she works in both underwater and underwater contexts. She also works around seaports and anchorages, as well as on transatlantic exchanges, after having collaborated for more than eight years on underwater excavations carried out on different wrecks in the Azores.
Associate researcher at the UMR of CHAM (Lisbon), she participates in particular in the underwater work campaigns conducted in the Azores and on the Portuguese coastline. In 2020, she will also begin the programmed excavation of a Merovingian wreck in Saint-Vaize (France).
Finally, she is the international Éveha coordinator of the Concha project (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange – RISE), focused on the study of the Atlantic space between the end of the 15th and the 18th centuries.
Chercheure associée à l’UMR du CHAM (Lisbonne), elle participe notamment aux campagnes de travaux sous-marins menés aux Açores et sur le littoral portugais. Elle débute également en 2020 la fouille programmée d’une épave mérovingienne à Saint-Vaize (France).
Elle est enfin la coordinatrice Éveha international du projet Concha (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange – RISE), axé sur l’étude de l’espace atlantique entre la fin du XVe et le XVIIIe siècles.
Thomas Creissen holds a Ph.D. and teaches at the University. He has been involved in numerous archaeological excavations in France and abroad. Since 2013, he manages Éveha International and supervises the activity in Europe.
Holder of two master’s degrees in Archaeology and Modern history, Antoine Darchambeau has been working for 10 years as a field archaeologist. In 2020, He joined Éveha Lille as excavation manager (Antiquity).
Since 2016, he has worked for several international archaeological projects (Jordan, Bangladesh, Peru, UAE, French Guiana) as excavation supervisor, surveyor, geomatician and photogrammetry engineer.
He joined Éveha International in 2021 as project manager.
He is a collaborator for DHARMA project (CNRS, CEIAS-UMR8564).
Cyril Driard studied at the François Rabelais University in Tours where his research focused on the hydraulic systems of the Roman period. Now specialized in protohistoric and ancient settlements in metropolitan France, he regularly participates in international missions as an archaeologist, such as the Temple of Fortune Augustus in Pompeii (Italy), Banbhore (Pakistan) or the Dadan site in Al-Ula (Saudi Arabia), a.s.o.
UMR 5607 Ausonius
Pierre Dumas-Lattaque holds a Master from the University of Nantes and joined Éveha as sector manager in 2013 before becoming operation manager in 2017. Specialist in the ancient period, he participates in the collective research project (PCR) “Limits and peripheries of ancient Saintes: topographical evolution between the 1st century B.C. and the 5th century B.C.” and works on unpublished data from the excavation of the Saint-Julien passage in Saintes.
He is a researcher associated with the UMR 5607 Ausonius and works in particular on the ancient city of Périgueux. Within the framework of Éveha International, he participates in the archaeological mission of Thâj and Dadan (Saudi Arabia).
Daniel Etienne holds a master’s degree in Medieval History and Archaeology from the University of Rouen. If his field of study was originally the Anglo-Norman medieval world, since 2013 he has participated in several Éveha International projects far from this area. He has thus carried out the topography of several CNRS missions on Bronze Age sites in Iraq and Lebanon and led excavation teams in the medieval city of Qalhat (Sultanate of Oman) and in the abandoned village of Jazirat Al Hamra (United Arab Emirates).
Having completed a doctoral thesis in 2013 at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne on Roman and Byzantine hydraulic installations in southern Syria, Damien Gazagne has been working as an operation manager at Eveha since 2017. Associate researcher at the UMR 7041 of the CNRS, he has been involved since 2016 in several excavations in Saudi Arabia.
UMR 5140 – ASM
Chloé Girardi, associate researcher at UMR 5140 – ASM (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3), joined Eveha in 2020 as sector manager and archaeo-anthropologist.
She is a specialist in Egyptian mortuary practices of the predynastic and early dynastic eras (4th-3rd millennia B.C.). She holds a doctorate in Archaeology (Speciality: Prehistory, Protohistory, and Mediterranean and African Paleoenvironments) prepared at the University Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3.
Since 2007, she has taken part in numerous archaeological sites in France to learn the principles and methods of archaeothanatology. Since 2017, she has participated, as an archaeo-anthropologist, in the excavation of several burial sites in France and abroad. In particular, she is a member of three projects supported by Eveha International: the Dendara Archaeological Mission (Egypt), the Dadan Archaeological Project (Saudi Arabia) and the Tell Qilah Project (Palestinian Territories).
Depuis 2007, elle a pris part à de nombreux chantiers archéologiques en France pour se former aux principes et méthodes de l’archéothanatologie. Depuis 2017, elle participe, en tant qu’archéo-anthropologue, à la fouille de plusieurs sites funéraires en France et à l’étranger. Elle est notamment membre de trois projets soutenus par Eveha International : la mission archéologique de Dendara (Égypte), le Dadan Archaeological Project (Arabie Saoudite) et le projet Tell Keila (Territoires Palestiniens).
Corinne Gosset holds a Master’s degree in Archaeology of Classical Worlds and Indigenous Cultures from the University Paul Valéry in Montpellier (France), focusing on the Petra region in Jordan. She then participated in the excavations of the medieval city of Qalhat (Sultanate of Oman) until 2016.
She is now specialized in the management and preventive conservation of Archaeological Movable Property and more particularly of waterlogged organic material from underwater excavations.
BTS Géomètre Topographe / Licence Histoire
HiSoMA – UMR5189
Géomètre-topographe de formation, Xavier Husson s’est reconverti dans le secteur de l’archéologie en 2009. Spécialiste de l’acquisition de données archéologiques spatialisées (topographie, photogrammétrie) et de leur exploitation sous support numérique de SIG (géomatique), il est engagé depuis plusieurs années sur divers projets de fouille à l’étranger en collaboration avec Éveha International.
Chercheur associé à l’UMR 5189 HiSoMA, c’est notamment sur le projet de recherche et de fouille de la mission de Tyr (Liban, dir. J.-B. Yon), que Xavier Husson est le plus fortement impliqué, avec douze campagnes à son actif depuis 2009, ou il officie en tant que topographe-photogrammètre.
Marie-Paule Jung holds a master’s degree in art history from the École du Louvre on Egyptian statuary, and a master’s degree in archaeology from the University of Nantes. She has been involved in fieldwork and lab studies in France, Egypt, Sudan and Saudi Arabia since 2013.
She has contributed to several epigraphic projects (drawing and indexing of hieroglyphic texts) in Egypt, within the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak (CFEETK), in 2013 and then in 2020-2021.
Member of the French Section of the Sudan Antiquities Directorate (SFDAS) from 2016 to 2018, she was notably in charge of the follow-up of five Franco-Sudanese missions funded by the Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project. She joined the team of the archaeological mission of Saï Island in Sudan (CNRS) in 2016, and she co-directs the excavation of a Meroitic cemetery. She is also a member of the archaeological mission of Sedeinga (Sudan, CNRS).
From 2018 to 2022, she worked on various preventive archaeology sites in France, in parallel with missions abroad.
She joined the Éveha international team in 2023 where she participates in the Wadi Safar project in Saudi Arabia, while maintaining her involvement in the French-Sudanese missions.
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Aurore Lambert (Phd.) currently works as a research engineer and excavation manager at the Eveha-Troyes agency. She is a research fellow of the lab. of Bio-cultural Anthropology, Law, Ethics and Health (ADÉS, UMR 7268, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, EFS, Marseille, France) for whom she had participated in the supervision of several MA and research classes. She has a doctorate from the University of Aix Marseille in biological anthropology dealing with the restitution of gestures and behavorial patterns from past populations thanks to activities osteoarticular markers and medical imaging in particular. Her research themes currently revolve around ancient papillary traces (on pottery, plaster …) and their contribution to the restitution of archaeological contexts. Two national and international projects have already been carried out with several partners: the study of papillary traces in potters workshops in Lezoux and Pompeii. Finally, she regularly takes part in excavation and research missions abroad, such as that of the Porta Nocera necropolis in Pompeii (dir. Andringa, AOrOc / EPHE, Duday, PACEA, Creissen, Eveha International).
Ses thèmes de recherche gravitent actuellement autour des traces papillaires anciennes (sur poteries, enduit…) et leur apport à la restitution des contextes archéologiques. Deux projets nationaux et internationaux ont déjà été effectués avec plusieurs partenaires : l’étude de traces papillaires au sein d’ateliers de potiers à Lezoux et Pompéi.
Enfin, elle participe régulièrement à des missions de fouille et recherche à l’étranger telle que celle de la nécropole de Porta Nocera à Pompéi (dir. Andringa, AOrOc/EPHE, Duday, PACEA, Creissen, Eveha International).
Anaïs Lebrun is a field archaeo-anthropologist, and an expert in Gallo-Roman burials.
After obtaining a master 1 in the archaeology of historical periods and then a professional master 2 at Paris 1 in 2010, her work with many operators of preventive or programmed archaeology led her to intervene in funerary ensembles from the Iron Age to the medieval period in the Parisian Basin.
Since 2016, she has been an associate member of the UMR 7206 Eco-Anthropology of the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, within the ABBA team Biological Anthropology and Bio-Archeology. Her work within Éveha and UMR 7206 led her to collaborate respectively with the French School of Rome in 2019 on the necropolis of Porta Nocera in Pompeii, and with the French Section of Antiquities of Sudan from 2014 to 2016 on the necropolis of Kadruka KDK 23.
Archéo-anthropologue depuis 2005, Aurélie Mayer est aujourd’hui responsable d’opération à Éveha pour des périodes allant du Moyen Âge à l’époque contemporaine.
Elle participe en parallèle depuis 2018 au projet Concha (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange – RISE), au sein duquel elle porte un projet de recherche sur les dépouilles de marins exhumés sur les côtes des pays membres du projet.
Aurélie Mayer est également membre de plusieurs projets collectifs de recherche (PCR) : le Projet d’Étude des Sépultures en Temps d’Épidémie (PESTE, coord. de M. Signoli), l’Archéo-Anthropologie Des Conflits (ArcAnDCo, coord. de M. Signoli) et l’Évolution du terroir de Tremblay-en-France (Seine-Saint-Denis) du Ve au XIIe siècle (coord. de C. Gonçalves-Buissart).
Au sein du conseil d’administration du Groupe d’Anthropologie et d’Archéologie Funéraire (GAAF) depuis 2015, elle a contribué à mettre en place en 2016 le nouveau site internet de l’association, puis sa version anglophone en 2019, et participe depuis à ses mises à jour ainsi qu’aux activités de l’association.
UMR 7044, UMR 8164
Brahim M’Barek studied at the University of Strasbourg where he specialised in the architectural evolution of Roman fortifications in late Antiquity. His phD thesis deals with the evolution of circulation systems within fortifications from the 3rd to the 7th century AD as a key to understanding the evolution of architectural forms in the 5th and 6th centuries AD.
For the past two decades, he has participated in several archaeological missions in the Balkans, such as at Justiniana Prima (Serbia) and Zaldapa (Bulgaria). Recently, for Éveha International, he has been working on fortified sites in Saudi Arabia at Qaryat al-Faw or Dadan (Saudi Arabia).
Also specialised in the Roman period in metropolitan France, he participates in the PCR “Enceintes et fortifications” within the framework of his attachment to the UMR 7044 (University of Strasbourg) and the Danubius programme of the UMR 8164 (University of Lille).
Anne-Claire Misme holds a Master’s degree in Archaeology of the Near East from the University of Strasbourg and the Bilgi University of Istanbul, and a Master’s degree in Heritage Promotion from the University of Poitiers.
Since 2011, she has been in charge of Éveha’s communication and scientific outreach department. As part of this role, she organises visits to the site, runs educational workshops and produces educational material for adults and schools.
She also develops and leads training courses on archaeological outreach for guides and mediation students.
Since 2021, she has been developing archaeological outreach workshops for local schools, contributing her skills to Éveha International’s missions.
After two masters in the archaeology of historical periods (“Solar sanctuaries in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East”, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne) and in religious anthropology (“The figure of the god Shamash in the literary tradition and in Mesopotamian iconography”, EPHE), Eva Noyer has taken part in archaeological missions in Cyprus at the site of Amathonte (EFA), in Iraqi Kurdistan at Qasr Shemamok (EPHE), and also in French Guiana, where she developed her knowledge of Amazonian archaeology.
Since 2022, she has joined Eveha International and participates in archaeological missions in the Arabian Peninsula.
UMR 6042 Geolab
Sandrine Paradis-Grenouillet has a doctorate in geography from the University of Limoges. Her academic career as well as her various professional experiences position her today as a specialist in human/forest interactions over the long term. At the crossroads of human and social sciences and natural sciences, her research leads to a better understanding of forest geosystems at the scale of the recent Holocene. Her multi and inter-disciplinary approach, combining anthracology and dendrology, geography and geohistory, is an asset for removing methodological and disciplinary barriers.
Employed at Éveha since 2015, she completed a Marie Curie post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Padua to study the history of the Colli-Euganei forests (Veneto, Italy) through the analysis of charcoal burning practices.
Sandrine Paradis-Grenouillet is an associate member of the Geolab UMR 6042 CNRS laboratory. Her investment in research is reflected in her participation in regional, national and international research projects, in the organization of international conferences and in her regular publication activities. She is currently leading a collective research project (PCR) “Wood for Limoges. XIe XIXe siècles, quand la ville transforme les paysages forestiers”.
Sandrine Paradis-Grenouillet est membre associée au laboratoire Géolab UMR 6042 CNRS. Son investissement pour la recherche se traduit par une participation à des projets de recherche régionaux, nationaux et internationaux, par l’organisation de colloques internationaux ou encore par une activité de publication régulière. Elle a participé à l’étude anthracologique du site de la Porta Nocera à Pompéi, et porte actuellement un projet collectif de recherche (PCR) « Du bois pour Limoges. XIe XIXe siècles, quand la ville transforme les paysages forestiers ».
EA 929 AIHP GEODE ; UMIFRE 16 CEMCA
Sébastien Perrot-Minnot holds a doctorate in anthropology-ethnology-prehistory from the University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne. Expert in pre-Columbian archaeology, he has worked on the issue of cultural identities and rock art, in Central America, the West Indies, and Alaska. Since 2017, he has been conducting a research program on the native rock art of Kachemak Bay, in south-central Alaska.
Sébastien Perrot-Minnot is a research associate at EA 929 AIHP GEODE (University of the West Indies) and the Center for Mexican and Central American Studies (CEMCA, UMIFRE 16).
Having completed a doctoral dissertation in 2007 at the University of Burgundy (Dijon) on late Bronze Age funerary practices in Alsace, Yannick Prouin has been working as an archaeologist and archaeoanthropologist at Eveha since 2014.
His recent research focuses on protohistoric funerary practices in west-central France. He has also participated in archaeological missions abroad since 2010.
UMR 5138, MOM
Laudine Robin is in charge of operations at Éveha for the ancient period and is a specialist in ancient, medieval, and modern glass. She completed a doctorate at the University of Lyon 2 on “Glass in Lyon-Lugdunum during the High Empire: production and consumption”. Afterward, for more than two years, she worked on contracts with preventive archaeology operators, interspersed with temporary assignments at the CNRS as sector manager for the programmed excavation of the Beni Salama site (Egypt, dir. M.-D. Nenna, Hisoma) and as a temporary teacher at the University of Lyon 2. This gave her the opportunity to work on ancient, medieval, and modern ensembles in various contexts, ranging from the funerary domain to the domestic world, from artisanal sectors to cultic ensembles. Recruited in 2014 at Éveha, she now studies issues related to funerary gestures and practices and continues her research on glass craftsmanship thanks in particular to the discovery of remains of several workshops dated from the late Iron Age to the first centuries of our era.
Her integration into the UMR 5138 MOM laboratory (Lyon) allows her to continue her research programs and collaborations with the various actors in archaeology. She also participates in several research programs abroad. In particular, she is studying glass deposits in a funerary context at Porta Norcera in Pompeii (Italy, dir. by William Van Andringa, Université Lille 3); the diffusion of glassware in domestic contexts at the site of Pegharinos (Portugal, dir. Tony Silvino, Eveha); finally, the remains of the Mambré Oak site in Hebron (West Bank, dir. Vincent Michel, University of Poitiers), offer the opportunity for Laudine Robin to work on an Eastern cultic context. Since 2017, she has been an expert in the CTRA Rhône-Alpes-Auvergne-PACA-Corsica commission as a representative of a private operator.
Son intégration au sein du laboratoire UMR 5138 MOM (Lyon) lui permet de poursuivre ses programmes de recherche et ses collaborations avec les différents acteurs de l’archéologie. Elle participe également à plusieurs programmes de recherche à l’étranger. Elle appréhende ainsi notamment les dépôts en verre en contexte funéraire à Porta Norcera à Pompéi (Italie, dir. par William Van Andringa, université Lille 3) ; la diffusion des verreries dans les contextes domestiques sur le site de Pegharinos (Portugal, dir. Tony Silvino, Eveha) ; enfin, les vestiges du site du Chêne du Mambré à Hébron (Cisjordanie, dir. Vincent Michel, université de Poitiers), offrent l’opportunité à Laudine Robin de travailler sur un contexte cultuel oriental.
Depuis 2017, elle est experte en commission CTRA Rhône-Alpes-Auvergne-PACA-Corse au titre de représentante d’un opérateur privé.
UMR6249 Chrono environnement
Having completed two master’s degrees in archaeology (the first on the question of protohistoric and ancient sanctuaries in northern Gaul and the second on the perception of the environment in northern Mesopotamia during the Iron Age), Christelle Sanchez has joined the Éveha International team in September 2021 as an archaeologist, geophysicist topographer. Specialized in non-invasive approaches to archaeology, she is integrated since 2015 in several research programs in France and abroad (ANR, PCR…). She reinforces the geophysics pole of the company and participates in the ongoing research and development within the LabCom GEO-HERITAGE.
CEFREPA ; UMR 7194 HNHP
Christophe Sévin-Allouet did a PhD in Anthropology-Ethnology-Prehistory at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and at the Maison Française d’Oxford (UK). He works especially in prehistoric archaeology.
Since 2005 he is involved in many archaeological projects in France and abroad, and since 2017 he has been conducting a research program on funerary practices in the Sultanate of Oman.
He joined Eveha International company in 2013 where he is in charge of promoting and developing projects in Middle-East and South-East Asia.
Christophe Sévin-Allouet is associate researcher to the CEFREPA and to the National Museum (UMR 7194 HNHP).
UMR 5138 Archéologie et Archéométrie
Trained as an antique archaeologist at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 and associate researcher at the UMR 5138 Archéologie et Archéométrie, Tony Silvino has been working in French preventive archaeology since 2001 through various structures.
Since 2013, he has been in charge of operations at the Éveha consulting firm for the ancient period. His research work, which concerns both urban and rural archaeology, has been the subject of a large number of publications and communications. At the same time, he is a ceramologist specializing in the Gallo-Roman and medieval periods.
He also conducts programmed excavations in the Lyon region and in Portugal, where he has directed numerous excavations related to rural habitats in the countryside of Roman Lusitania since 2001.
With a PhD in Applied Geophysics, Quentin Vitale has worked as a geophysicist for Éveha since 2019. He carries out geophysical studies in the context of archaeological and geoarchaeological studies. Associate researcher at Archéorient (UMR 5133) since 2017 in the framework of the LabCom GEO-HERITAGE, he participatesin the development of software and codes for processing geophysical data.
CeTHIS, UMR 7302
With more than 20 years of experience in archaeology, Bruno Zélie has been evolving for the past twelve years within Éveha, as an archaeologist in charge of excavation operations and, for the past few years, as a regional scientific director. He created within the company a service for the realization of operations in confined environments and initiated the development of the company in the West Indies and Guyana.
As an archaeologist specializing in recent periods, he is actively involved in several research programs and is attached, as an associate researcher, to two national research units: the Équipe d’Accueil (EA 6298) of the Centre Tourangeau d’Histoire et d’Etudes des Sources (CeTHiS) of the University François Rabelais of Tours and the Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR 7302) of the Centre d’Études Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale (CESCM) of the University of Poitiers.