All our articles, videos and podcasts are created using the same methodology: in-depth bibliographical research, initial writing by one of us, one or more proofreadings and, finally, the creation of the visuals. We systematically cite our bibliography at the end of each content item, and if you’d like to delve deeper into a subject, we can suggest further reading. We strive to collaborate as much as possible with expert researchers in the various fields we cover, in order to keep abreast of the latest scientific advances.
“After more than 10 years in the field of operational management, training and communication, I decided to return to my first love: biological anthropology. During my studies at the University of Toulouse Jean-Jaurès, where I completed a double degree in anthropology/ethnology and in art history and archaeology, I had the pleasure of rediscovering Prehistory with a new perspective. It was a real revelation. It became clear to me that I wanted to spend the rest of my life studying this period. So I decided to enroll in a Master’s degree in the “Quaternary, Prehistory & Bioarchaeology” specialization at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. It is there that I met Mathilde with whom I launched a new adventure, Prehistory Travel.”
“After graduating as an engineer in biological and chemical engineering, I could not forget my other passion: history and archaeology. Unable to resign myself to abandoning the humanities, I decided to do, in parallel to my last year in engineering school, a L3 in history at the University of Paris Nanterre. It was a confirmation, I had to find a way to combine both the “hard” sciences and the humanities. Once I had my engineering degree, I decided to continue my studies for two more years in the “Quaternary, Prehistory & Bioarchaeology” master’s program at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. It was there that I met Alexia and that we had the idea to start Prehistory Travel.”
“We sincerely hope to be able to transmit our passion to you so that you in turn have the opportunity to touch this so long and so mysterious period but nevertheless fundamental in the understanding of what we are. We look forward to meeting you on the web or in real life to chat about some prehistoric facts.”