Kristi Ilves

Kristi is a MA student at the University of Tartu. She has previously worked with analysing food crust from pottery using bulk stable isotopes. For her MA-thesis she is going to analyse stable isotopes from bone collagen. Kristi also manages Archemy’s Facebook page. 


  1. Gunnarssone, A.;Oras, E.; Talbot, H.M.; Ilves, K.; Legzdiņa, D. (2020). Cooking for the living and the dead: Lipid analyses of rauŠi settlement and cemetery pottery from the 11th–13th century. Estonian Journal of Archaeology, 24 (1), 45−69.