William F. Romain

Portrait of William F.  Romain

William F. Romain (Ph.D. (University of Leicester, 2004) is an archaeologist specializing in archaeoastronomy and ancient religions. He is a Research Associate with the Indiana University, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, The Explorers Club, and licensed private pilot. 

William Bill” Romain is a recipient of the Robert Converse award for outstanding contributions to Ohio archaeology and serves on the editorial board of the Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology. He is the author of three books about prehistoric Native American religion, and dozens of published articles. He has conducted archaeoastronomic fieldwork in the United States, China, Inner Mongolia, Tibet, Burma (Myanmar), and Cambodia. In his spare time he is a dedicated practitioner of Iaido.