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Angelo Cimarosti

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“Classical archeology Unfairly Criticized”. Mary Beard, the Interview with ArchaeoReporter: Cancel Culture, Volunteers, Roman Emperors and Italian discoveries

Mary Beard is clear: “I think classical archeology has been a bit unfairly criticized” The great English classicist, a long career as a professor...

The Monti Lucretili Project, Landscape Archaeology at the Gates of Rome – VIDEO

The Monti Lucretili are a mountainous area on the outskirts of Rome. Nowadays they appear as a classic Mediterranean pastoral landscape, among olive trees,...

Inside Medieval Pisa, the Royal “Curtis” and the S. Sisto Church: an Archaeological Investigation

The Department of Civilization and forms of knowledge of the University of Pisa has promoted the excavation of the San Sisto Garden, in the...

Doss Penede, a Raethian site and a Roman military settlement between Lake Garda and the Alps. The archaeological excavation 2021

The excavation at Doss Penede, in the alpine province of Trento (Italy), near the modern town of Nago began in 2018 through a collaboration...

Pompeii, archaeological excavation at the “complesso dei Riti Magici” – Praedia Project 2021

In Summer 2021, archaeologists investigated the so called "Complesso dei Riti Magici" at the Pompeii's Regio II. The main goal was to collect new...

“Live” at the Archaeological Excavation of Poggio del Molino. A Roman Coastal Settlement in Tuscany – VIDEO

Poggio del Molino (Piombino, Italy) is a Roman settlement of an extraordinarily unique character located in one of the most beautiful areas of the...

Conflict Archaeology on the Sea: The Mercure Shipwreck at the National Museum of Marine Archaeology at Caorle (Venice, Italy)

Marine archaeology (the inspiration behind the national museum at Caorle, Venice) represents a mixture of chance and methodology, intentionality and happenstance, and of layers...

The Forgotten WWI Trenches of Lake Garda: preservation efforts using both conflict and public archaeology

It was considered to be an immobile front, not only due to the geographical advantages of the Alto Garda. The Dosso Merlo WWI trenches...

El Alamein, conflict archaeology to save the battlefield about to disappear

The El Alamein Project is an exhaustive reconnaissance of the original locations where the battles of El Alamein took place in 1942, making it...

The castle and museums of Scarlino: from the Bronze Age to Medieval archaeology – WATCH VIDEO

The Scarlino castle was erected as a defence mechanism against invaders from the sea. It was first controlled by the town of Pisa, before...

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