The IMPERO Project (Interconnected Mobility of People and Economy along the River Ombrone) aims at investigating the changing historical landscapes of the middle valley of the Ombrone river, between the Etruscan period and the late Middle Ages. The project is also developing virtual reality applications and devices to disseminate the results of the archaeological excavations at the Etruscan/Republican sanctuary at Podere Cannicci, and at the Medieval deserted village of Castellaraccio di Monteverdi.
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Alessandro Sebastiani - Assistant Professor, Classics, UB
Michelle Hobart - Adjunct Assistant Professor, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Todd Fenton - Professor, Anthropology, Michigan State University