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Research interests

Landscape archaeology, Italian Iron Age and Bronze Age, Latium Vetus, Salt production in antiquity

Publications

A flexible and swift approach for 3D image–based survey in a cave

Ancient landscape reconstruction using archive data from the Pontine Plain (Italy): the Caprolace lagoon case study

Efficient three-dimensional survey techniques and their comparison in open software in the archaeological test site of "Ninfeo Maggiore" and "Ninfeo Minore" of Formia (Latina, Italy)

From briquetage to salterns in protohistoric Central Italy. Research of a fundamental subsistence commodity

Technical observations about a possible new portion of the Aqua Iulia Roman aqueduct in the municipality of Ciampino (Italy)

The faunal assemblage from La Sassa cave (Latium, Italy): Environmental perspective of a Late Pleistocene cave hyena – Brown bear den

Ancient genomes reveal structural shifts after the arrival of Steppe-related ancestry in the Italian Peninsula

A NEW BRANCH of the ANIO NOVUS AQUEDUCT (ROME, ITALY) REVEALED by ARCHAEOLOGY and GEOPHYSICS

Bronze and Iron Age salt production on the Italian Tyrrhenian coast: An overview

Protohistoric briquetage at Puntone (Tuscany, Italy): principles and processes of an industry based on the leaching of saline lagoonal sediments

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