Andra Strimaitienė


ORDCID number: 0000-0002-5559-979X

Andra Strimaitienė is a scientific researcher at the Department of Archaeology of Lithuanian History Institute. Trained as an archaeologist at Vilnius University, she has a particular interest in Iron Age settlement sites, smelting sites, as well as landscape analysis. Her favorite topic is humans and soils in the past, and she is enthusiastic about using geochemical and soil science methods in archaeology.


Selskienė, A.,
Vaičiūnienė, J., Pakštas, V., Šmigelskas, R., 2017. Tracing Archaeology through
Geochemistry: an Example of a Disturbed Prehistoric Hilltop Settlement Site in
South-Eastern Lithuania.
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica,
8(1), p.17-33. 

Selskienė, A.,
Simniškytė, A., Vaičiūnienė, J., Pakštas, V., Karpavičienė, V., Giraitis, R
  2017. Phosphorus in
archaeological soil: comparison of different extraction methods. Chemija, vol.
28. No. 3. P. 160–171.

Simniškytė, A., Selskienė, A., Vaičiūnienė, J., Pakštas, V. 2021. Shallow and ploughed settlement sites in forested environment: Opportunities to multilevel prospection (an example of a prehistoric site in eastern Lithuania. Archaeological prospection 2021; 28:583-599.