Jip Barreveld

Jip Barreveld, PhD-student at Leiden University
Jip Barreveld

Jip Barreveld is a historian and PhD student at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden, studying towns and elites in Merovingian Northern Gaul, as part of the ERC project ‘Rural Riches: the post-Roman economic development of North-western Europe (450-650)’, led by Frans Theuws. He graduated in History (BA) and Ancient History (MA), with a specialisation in the Late-Roman and post-Roman period of the sixth century West.

You can read more about Jip’s research here and more about the Rural Riches project here, or follow on Twitter, @RichesRural.