Thea Ravasi is Research Associate for the Rome Transformed project at Newcastle University, UK and a former museum curator in Italy. Since her PhD on the design of sculptural display at Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli, her research and publications have focused on residential and monumental architecture in Rome, Pompeii, Herculaneum and on ancient Roman trade in Cisalpine Gaul.
ed. Thea Ravasi
Papers address a major challenge in archaeology: non-intrusive research in pursuit of a deeper understanding of urban areas can be richly informative and cost-effective. Geophysical surveys, UAVs, exposed historic structures and the exhaustive examination of archival records can all play a vital role and their implementation is considered here. READ MORE
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