A National Geographic awarded research project in Italy

The project is focused on the study and interpretation of urban transformations in the transition between Etruscan and Roman cities, their public spaces, and specifically on the unique case study of Vulci (Viterbo, Italy), a still intact and non-investigated archaeological deposit with over 1,500 years of continuous occupation (it was an Etruscan, then Roman city). This occupation started in the Bronze Age, it continued in the Early Iron Age by satellite settlements around the tufa plateau of Vulci, and it ended in a monumental Etruscan site on the top of the plateau.


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