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

Roman colonial historiography and the 338 BC turning point theory

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

Surface visibility and legacy survey data: between desktop-based analysis and new fieldwork

The Roman rural exceptionality thesis revisited

The Santa Prisca Project: Unlocking the legacy data of the Dutch Santa Prisca excavations on the Aventine (1964-1966)

Comparing re-surveys in Isernia and Venosa (Molise and Basilicata, Italy)

Reading a difficult landscape from the air. A methodological case-study from a WWII airfield in South-Italy

Review of M. Chiabà, Roma e le priscae Latinae coloniae.

Le indagini olandesi sul pianoro di Masseria Caslini Sottana (2013-2014)

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