The Emptyscapes project is an interdisciplinary program designed to stimulate changes in the way in which archaeologists in Italy study the archaeology of landscapes, leaving a site-based approach in favour of a truly ‘landscape’ perspective.
The aim is to promote Read More
The sample area in this case study lies in Central Italy, in Maremma, a wide costal region in southern Tuscany and northern Lazio bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Rusellae was an important Etruscan and subsequently Roman city, which survived until the Read More
The city of Veii, situated about 15 km north of Rome occupied what is now a broad plateau of gently rolling countryside about 190 ha in extent.
The best way to begin discussion of this sample area is perhaps to Read More
From the beginning of July to the end of August will take place fieldwork campaign 2014.
Fieldwork will be focused within the chosen study areas, implementing a complementary set of survey techniques including large-scale magnetic prospection, aerial survey and field-walking survey.
In Read more »
The Royal Netherlands Institute Rome and Leiden University organized a symposium (G. Cantoro and T. D. Stek) on ARCHAEOLOGY FROM THE SKY.
Public lectures with take place at the Royal Netherlands Institute RomeWednesday on May 28th, 2014 from 16:00 to 19:00.