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Digital Field Survey Archaeology: recupero di legacy data di ricognizioni di superficie in Molise e Puglia con lo stage del Reale Istituto Neerlandese di Roma

Abitare le zone interne dell’Italia di ieri, oggi e domani. Il progetto archeologico dell’area del Tappino, in Molise, tra ricostruzione storica e tutela del Patrimonio Culturale tramite “Citizen Science”

Digitising Legacy Field Survey Data: A Methodological Approach Based on Student Internships

Contextualizing Papius: Samnite traces in the Roman colonial context of Venusia

Surface visibility and the validity of settlement patterns in legacy survey datasets

A systematic GIS-based analysis of settlement developments in the landscape of Venusia in the Hellenistic-Roman period

Assessing visibility and geomorphological biases in regional field surveys: The case of Roman Aesernia

Spatial patterns in landscape archaeology: A GIS procedure to study settlement organization in early Roman colonial territories

A method for modeling dispersed settlements: visualizing an early Roman colonial landscape as expected by conventional theory

Testing settlement models in the early Roman colonial landscapes of Venusia (291 B.C.), Cosa (273 B.C.) and Aesernia (263 B.C.)

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