Cristina Corsi is Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the University of Cassino. She is Marie Curie fellow and associate member at the LA3M, Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l'homme in Aix-en-Provence. Her main research interests are Mediterranean landscape archaeology and communication networks in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. She is internationally acknowledged as a specialist in archaeological diagnostics and has directed surveys and excavations in several parts of Italy and at the Roman towns of Mariana (Corsica) and Ammaia (Portugal). Her publications include two volumes on road networks and infrastructure in Roman Italy and Medieval Lazio, a book on the archaeological excavations at the Roman town of Ammaia, and (as co-editor) a book devoted to guidelines for good practice in archaeological diagnostics.
A scientific study of the journey that Archbishop Sigeric of Canterbury undertook from the British Isles to Rome, focussing on the segment included in the territory of modern France. It not only reconstructs the route, but also offers an archaeological snapshot of the urban developments along the route at the twilight of the first millennium AD. READ MORE
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