Łukasz Miszk is a PhD candidate and employee at the Department of Classical Archaeology of the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology, Poland, having received degrees from the same institution. He is a member of the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology – Poland research group. His main academic interests concern the archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as the reconstruction of ancient everyday life in the light of archaeological evidence. He has participated in excavations in Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Italy, Cyprus and Portugal.Maciej Wacławik is a PhD candidate at the Department of Egyptian and Near East Archaeology of the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology, Poland, having graduated in Archaeology from the same institution. He is interested in the influence of ancient pagan civilizations on the Christian religion and culture, the meaning of the Negev Desert in the Byzantine Period, and metal objects and weighing systems in the Roman and Byzantine Periods in the Mediterranean. He has participated in excavations in Ukraine (Akra), Egypt (Tell el-Farcha), the United States (Sand Canyon Project, Cortez, Colorado), Cyprus (Paphos) and Israel (Tel Erani).