Who we are?

Society for Experimental Prehistoric Archaeology (SEPA) is a student organization bringing together people interested in experimental archeology. The aim of the work carried out by members of the Society is reconstruction of certain aspects of human primeval life, with particular emphasis on the period of Stone Age. The majority of experiments conducted by SEPA is an attempt to reproduce primeval techniques of processing different types of organic and inorganic materials, or is intended to interpret the principles of production and use of tools and other objects during this period. The program also covers the education of all who are interested in experimental archeology.