Andrea De Pascale is a caver and archaeologist, PhD in Historical Sciences. Previously he was Scientific Director of the Centre for Underground Studies of Genoa. Since 2008 he has joined all the missions carried out in Turkey by the Team for Underground Studies, in Ahlat, Bitlis and Cappadocia. He is co-author of all volumes and articles published in the proceedings of international congresses and journals related to the missions, and 300 other publications on archaeological topics.
ed. Andrea De Pascale
Surveys from two areas of Cappadocia document underground architecture complementary to the most substantial Byzantine rock-cut churches. Conducted through speleological techniques and archaeometric survey, numerous defensive structures and related underground hydraulic systems were discovered. Full text presented in English and Italian. READ MORE
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