About Me


My name is Franki Webb and I’m an archaeologist and writer. I started my working life as a journalist but decided to chase my dreams of being an archaeologist. On this blog, you’ll mainly find my thought on doing archaeology, problematic nature of Western archaeology, archaeology in the media.

Although I love all aspects of archaeology (except pollen and seeds), my favourite type of archaeology is Mesoamerican and zooarchaeology. I received my masters from University College London in 2017 and I hope to pursue a PhD in archaeology in the future.

To find some of my written works, follow me on:

Other than archaeology, I love video games, Japanese dramas, cats, krav maga and rock climbing.