Senior researcher, Flemming Kaul is internationally known for his work on Bronze Age iconography and cosmology. This has ranged from studies of Bronze Age razors to ship images on Bronze Age objects and studies of Thracian silverwork, including investigations of the world-famous Gundestrup Cauldron and the Hjortspring sacrificial finds, both from the Pre-Roman Iron Age. Flemming was a member of the Metal Research Team for the ‘CinBA’ project through which he led investigations of the development of figurative decorations on bronzes. He is Curator of the Prehistory collections at the National Museum of Denmark. As such, he facilitates access to the National Museum’s prehistoric archives and materials. He gives lectures at venues across Europe and his research has been featured in numerous television programs and documentaries.