Elena Dellù

Elena Dellù, archaeoanthropologist, graduated, specialized and doctorated at the Catholic University of Milan, as well as perfected in anthropology and paleopathology at the State University of Milan (LABANOF). She has about 100 contributions to national and international publications. For about 17 years she has directed archaeoanthropological excavations and research in Italy (Lombardy, Liguria, Apulia, Lazio). Since 2018 she has been an anthropologist officer of the Italian Ministry of Culture, she directs the anthropology laboratories of the Superintendency of Archaeology, fine arts and landscape for the metropolitan city of Bari (Apulia) and of the Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este institute (Lazio).


Sit tibi terra gravis: Sepolture anomale tra età medievale e moderna

ed. Elena Dellù

Papers in this volume explore the phenomenon of anomalous burials on a European scale, with an interdisciplinary reading between archaeology, history, physical and cultural anthropology. READ MORE

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