Veronica Castignani

Veronica Castignani

Veronica undertook her MSc degree in Archaeology at the University of Bologna, with a focus on the origin and development of fortifications in ancient Epirus. She attended a two-years specialization course in Archaeological Heritage (University of Bologna), with a degree thesis on landscape archaeology and ancient population of Greek and Albanian Epirus. 

She also focused on the digital recording of archaeological contexts using innovative topographic instruments. She took part in several Italian and international research projects, by participating in excavations, field surveys and topographic surveys in Paestum, Pompeii, Marche, many Albanian archaeological sites, Istria (Croatia) and Iraqi Kurdistan.

Veronica is based in Rome. You can contact her at v.castignani@bsrome.it.

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