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Simone Mantellini

  • PHD Archaeology
  • University of Bologna
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Research interests

Field SurveyGIS and Remote SensingArchaeology of WaterLandscape ArchaeologyArchaeology Method and Theory

About

My main interests concern Landscape Archaeology with special focus on water management and hydraulic works in ancient societies. Other interests cover the interaction between man and environment (Ecology, Anthropology, and Ethnography), the research methodology, the documentation of the archaeological record (field survey and excavation), as well as Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) applications. Main research and projects extend from the Mediterranean to the Near East and Central Asia, covering chiefly extreme or marginal ecological contexts (steppe and desert).

Co-authors (16)

  • Nicola Masini
  • giacomo benati
  • Luis-Gethsemaní Pérez-Aguilar
  • Gian Luca Bonora
  • Gian Pietro Basello
  • Eugenio Bortolini

Publications (5)

  • Excavation at the Bronze Age tower of al-Khutm (Bāt, Sultanate of Oman): a preliminary evaluation of the monument

    • Cattani M
    • Al-Lawati H
    • Al-Bakri S
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  • Analysis of CORONA Imagery of the Ebla Region

    • Galiatsatos N
    • Mantellini S
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  • Regional Approach and Archaeological Surveys in Northern Syria. An Overview

    • Mantellini S
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  • Kafirkalinskiy klad serebryanykh monet 2-oy pol. VII - nach. IX v.

    • Berdimuradov A
    • Atakhodjaev A
    • Mantellini S
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  • Archaeological explorations in the sogdian fortress of Kafir Kala (Samarkand region, Republic of Uzbekistan)

    • Mantellini S
    • Berdimuradov A
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Professional experience

Universita degli Studi di Bologna