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Cristina Corsi
Cristina Corsi
Research experience and Curriculum Vitae
CRISTINA CORSI, born in Rome, September 24th 1968.
At present: researcher/adjunct professor at the University of Cassino (I).
University degrees
• 1993: Master degree with full marks and honours in the Humanities at the University of Rome
"Sapienza", with a thesis in Ancient Topography about the archaeological map of a sector of
Maritime Southern Etruria.
• 2000: PhD in Archaeology (Ancient Topography) (XII cycle) at the University of Bologna, with
a dissertation on the infrastructures of the Cursus Publicus in Italy.
• 2002: Diploma with full marks and honours at the postgraduate National Specialisation School
of Archaeology of the University of Rome "Sapienza", with a dissertation in Medieval Archaeology
about the via Francigena.
Other Activities and Collaborations with Research Institutions
• 1994 - 1997 joined project “Consorzio di Ricerca Arethusa”, Montalto di Castro, as responsible
of Catalogue of archaeological materials at the Archaeological Museum of Vulci (one of the most
important towns of Southern Etruria).
• 1998-2000: collaboration with CNR (Italian National Fund for Research) – project LARA
(Laboratorio Aereo Ricerche Ambientali, i.e. Aerial Laboratory for Environmental Research), as
consultant on archaeological processing of remote sense hyper-spectral and radar images.
• 2000-2001: worked for society Compagnia Italiana Ingegneria dei Controlli, Rome, on applied
technologies at Cultural Heritage and Monumental Patrimony.
Experience in directing archaeological excavation, field survey and cataloguing projects
After numerous collaborations at many excavations and survey campaigns in Italy, UK and Turkey,
under the supervision of academic and Cultural Heritage Institutions (1989-1999), the candidate
started directing her own survey and excavations projects (2001, 2002, 2004, 2006: geoarchaeological survey in the territory of the ancient town of Ammaia (Portugal), in collaboration
with Ghent University; 2004, 2005: Mariana (Corsica, F): topographical survey and aerial
photography campaign in the framework of the “Project Collectif de Recherche “Mariana et la
basse vallée du Golo de l’Age du Fer à la fin du Moyen Age”). From 2006 to 2010 she has been
director of a new excavation sector in the central area of the Roman town of Mariana (Corsica), and
from 2008 to 2014 she was responsible director of the archaeological and scientific activities carried
out in Ammaia (P).
International Fellowships and Research Visiting Scholarships
• 2006: Winner of the Fondation Franqui Post-doc Fellowship in Belgium (12 months).
• March-April 2006: Visiting Scholar at Cambridge University (GB), Faculty of Classics.
• May–June 2006: Visiting Scholar at Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme in Aixen-Provence (F)
• 2007: Winner of a FWO Post-doc Fellowship (12 months) of research at Ghent University (B).
• 2009-2012: Marie Curie Fellow (Senior Researcher) in the framework of the People – IAPP
Project Radio-Past, at the company 7Reasons (A) and Past2Present (NL).
• 2014: Fellowship H2CU for a visiting scholarship at New York University, department of
Classics, NY, for a term of research activity.
• 2014: research stay as visiting scholar at the Institute of Studies for the Ancient World (New
York).
• 2014: research stay as visiting scholar at the department of Classics, University of California,
Berkeley
Teaching and Lecturing Activities
• 1994: Lecturer for the courses: Ancient Topography and Italian antiquities; Architectural
Drawing and Technical analysis of Ancient Monuments; Archaeological Excavation Methodologies,
in the framework of the High Formation course (organised by the Ministry of Labour and Social
Policy, Italy);
• 1998-1999: Assistant of Medieval Archaeology and Excavation Technique at University
LUMSA (Rome);
• 1999-2001: Assistant of Ancient Topography at the University of Rome “Sapienza”;
• 2000-2001: Lecturer of Christian Archaeology at University LUMSA of Rome;
• 2004-2005: Lecturer of “Architectural Drawing and Technical analysis of Ancient Monuments”
in the European Master in “Conservation and management of Cultural Heritage” (University of
Cassino);
• January-March 2005: Visiting professor at Ghent University (B), in the framework of the
Socrates Teacher Mobility Staff, with a course entitled “Late Antique Archaeology of Rome”;
• September 2005: seminars at the University of Mohammedia (Morocco), on “Recherche
Topographique et Photographie Aérienne: histoire, méthodologie, applications”;
• 2001-present: Lecturer of Medieval Archaeology and Ancient Topography at the University
Cassino.
Coordination and organization of High Formation Summer Courses
• July 2010: Director of the Specialization Forum for post-graduate and doctoral students in “Nondestructive Approaches to Complex Archaeological Sites – Desktop approaches, field survey, and
remote sensing” held in Ammaia (Portugal), framework: Marie Curie IAPP Project Radio-Past.
• July 2011: Director of the Specialization Forum for post-graduate and doctoral students in “Nondestructive Approaches to Complex Archaeological Sites – Geo-archaeology and geophysical
survey” held in Ammaia (Portugal), framework: Marie Curie IAPP Project Radio-Past.
• June 2012: co-organizer of the “Archaeolandscapes Aerial Archaeology Summer School”, held
in Merida, framework: EU funded project ARCLAND.
• July 2012: Director of the Specialization Forum for post-graduate and doctoral students in “Nondestructive Approaches to Complex Archaeological Sites – Digital archaeology and 3D
reconstructions” in Carnuntum (Austria), framework: Marie Curie IAPP Project Radio-Past.
Doctoral and Post-Doctoral supervising activities
• 2002-2009: permanent member of the Commission for tutorship and evaluation of the
“Doctorate in Historical Geography” - Doctoral School in Humanities (coord. University of
Cassino).
• 2009-present: permanent member of the Commission for tutorship and evaluation of the
“Doctorate in Medieval Archaeology: social structures, settlements dynamics and production
infrastructures” - (coord. University of L’Aquila, IT).
• 2007-present: tutor of several PhD and post-doc fellowships awarded by the Fundaçao para
Ciencia e Tecnologia (Portuguese National Fund for Research).
• 2010-2012: tutor of 2 recruited and of 4 seconded ER in the framework of the MC/People IAPP
project Radio-Past.
Selection of talks given and of active participation in congresses (as invited speaker)
• 1998: III Congresso di Topografia Antica: La viabilità in età romana. Bilanci e aggiornamenti,
University of Rome “Sapienza”.
• 1999: Convegno di Studi “I pellegrinaggi nell’età tardoantica e medievale”, (Ferentino 6-8/12).
• 2000: V Seminario di Archeologia Medievale “La viabilità medievale in Italia” (Cassino, 2425/11).
• 2001: Convegno Nazionale di Studi “La Salaria in età tardoantica e altomedievale” (Rieti –
Cascia – Norcia – Ascoli Piceno 28-30/9).
• 2002: conference at Istituto Pontificio di Archeologia Cristiana in Rome.
• 2003: Seminar at Ecole Française de Rome.
• 2004 Colloque International “Mariana et la basse Vallée du Golo” (Bastia – Lucciana, 10-16/09),
• 2005 Meeting COST Action A27 in Odense (University of Southern Denmark, 28-30/5).
• 2006: International Colloquium “Ol’Man River – Geoarchaeological aspects of rivers and river
plains” (Ghent 22-24/9).
• 2008: 13th Belgium-France-Italy-Romania Geomorphological Meeting "Landscape Evolution &
Geoarchaeology" (Porto Heli, Greece, 18-21/6).
• 2008: key-note speaker at the 1st Symposium on Living with Landscapes, (Cairo 22-27/11).
• 2009: co-organizer and speaker of the 2nd Valle Giulia Meeting (Rome 22-24/4).
• 2009: International Congress “Sistemi centuriali e opere di assetto agrario tra età romana e primo
Medioevo. Aspetti metodologici, ricostruttivi ed interpretativi” (Borgoricco – Lugo, 10-12/9).
• 2010: Laurence Seminar “Archaeological Survey and the City” (Cambridge University, 24–27/5).
• 2010: International Colloquium "Landscape Archaeology. Egypt and the Mediterranean World"
(Cairo 19-21/9), Institut Français d’Egypte au Caire.
• 2010: Colóquio Internacional “A queda de Roma e o alvorecer da Europa” (Univ. Coimbra, 23/12).
• 2011: workshop “The future of excavation” held at Brown University (RI, USA), 6-8/5.
• 2011: Session “Mobility of researchers in Europe: an endeavour for all” of the EAIE meeting in
Copenhagen (13-16/9).
• 2011: 16 International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, Vienna (14–
16/11).
• 2012: High Formation Course "Modelos de intervención sobre el patrimonio cultural:
investigación, protección, conservación y puesta en valor", CSIC in Madrid (28/02/2012).
• 2012: Roman Archaeology Conference RAC 2012 in Frankfurt, 28 March – 1 April.
• 2012: Marie Curie – People Conference (Nicosia, Cyprus 5-6/11).
• 2012: invited lecturer at Brown University (Providence, RI, USA), 29/11.
• 2013: International Colloquium “Non-destructive approaches to complex archaeological sites in
Europe: a round up”, Ghent (Belgium), 15-17/1.
• 2013: Jornada de transferencia de resultados del proyecto Riteca, Mérida (Spain), 11/4.
• 2013: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (CAA), 2529/3, Perth Australia.
• 2013: 18th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, 13-17/5 Mérida.
 2013 Speaker at the Erasmus Intensive Program “Preventive Archaeology”/ Development-led
Archaeology. Urban sites and landscape, Ravenna (Italy) 1-12 July.
 2013: “Probing the limits of VR reconstructions based on full coverage urban survey of
Roman towns”, in collaboration with Frank Vermeulen and Michael Klein, Digital Heritage
2013 - ARQUEOLOGICA 5th Int'l Meeting, Marseille, 28 October – 1 November.
 2013: lecture entitled “In viaggio verso sud. La via Francigena da Roma ad acquapendente”,
with Elisabetta De Minicis, in the framework of the conferences series organised by
Soprintendnza per l’Etruria Meridionale and University of Tuscia, Viterbo 14 November.
 4 February 2014: lecture entitled “la cristianizzazione del viaggio” at the Pontificio Istituto di
Archeologia Cristiana at Rome.
 12-13 June 2014: invited speaker at the Projecto RITECA 2: Encontro “Revalorización de
zonas arqueológicas mediante el empleo de técnicas no destructivas. Jornada final de la
actividad”, held in Merida (Spain), presentation entitled "From site survey to site
management plan: the Ammaia case-study".
 23 June-4 July 2014 lecturer at the Erasmus Intensive Program “Preventive Archaeology”/
Evaluating sites and landscapes, Ravenna-Senigallia, on the subject of “Good Practice in
Archaeological diagnostics”.
 15-17 September 2014: chair of the session 3 entitled “The wind of change: town, country,
land-use and settlement patterns between the fourth and the seventh century AD” at the
Third Landscape Archaeology Conference (LAC2014), Rome.
 4-5 December 2014, invited speaker at the international Conference “Statio Amoena. Sostare
e vivere lungo le strade romane tra antichità e alto medioevo, Verona.
Candidate's Profile and Current Research Interests
The specificity of candidate’s experience, matured in the framework of the “Roman School of
Italian antiquities and Ancient Topography” (University of Rome), is based on the capability to
combine the historical approach, founded on ancient sources, historical cartography and archive
research, based on her sound historical and philological formation, with the use of less traditional
instruments, as aerial photography, field survey and applied technologies. Her research started in
Etruria with a project of Landscape archaeology of the coastal territories of Tarquinia and Vulci
(Corsi 1993, 1998, 2000b), with focus on the transformation in the settlement patterns and the
resources exploitation system from Proto-History to Late Antiquity in Southern Etruria (Corsi 1998,
2000b, 2001, 2007c).
After a long experience at the Museum of Vulci, as responsible of the Catalogue Activities of the
project Arethusa, the candidate moved to other geographical contexts, still working on aspect of
settlement patterns in the longue durée approach (Southern Latium: Corsi - Polito - Persichini 2005,
Corsi 2006, 2007a, 2007b, Corsi - Polito 2008), developing a special interest and a specific
competence on ancient road networks, with a major contribution to scientific progress in the
specific study of the organization of transports and the infrastructures along the main Roman road
network in Italy (Corsi 2000a, 2000c, 2002, 2004, 2005a, 2005b, 2007c).
More recently, the applicant devoted herself to specific aspects of Romanization processes, in Italy
and in the western provinces, such as urbanism and town-planning transformation in deserted
Roman towns (Corsi - Vermeulen 2008, Corsi – Roblin-Jouve - Vermeulen 2009, Corsi - Venditti
2010, Corsi - Verdonck - Vermeulen 2010, Corsi 2012, forthcoming, Corsi – Vermeulen 2012a,
Corsi 2013a, Corsi 2014) and land divisions (Corsi 2008a, Corsi - Vermeulen 2010b). Parallel with
these, the applicant has been working intensely on methodological aspects of archaeological
mapping, the use of historical aerial photography for archaeology (Corsi - Vermeulen 2008, Corsi
2013a), GIS processing (Corsi 2005c, Corsi - Vermeulen 2007, Corsi 2008, Corsi - Vermeulen
2010b), and distinctively to integrated non-destructive approaches to complex archaeological sites
(for geophysics survey: Corsi - Verdonck - Vermeulen 2010, Corsi – Vermeulen – Verdonck 2010;
on integrated methodologies see: Corsi 2012, Vermeulen et Alii 2012. On results: Corsi –
Vermeulen 2012a). Methodologies and good practice in several fields of archaeological survey and
data interpretation and visualisation are the most recent interest, with the delineation of guidelines
(Vermeulen – Corsi 2013; Corsi - Slapsak – Vermeulen 2013).
Parallel with this, she has been published a volume (with E. De Minicis) presenting a 10 years
lasting research on the topographical aspects of the segment of the via Francigena north of Rome
(Corsi – De Minicis 2012). In the near future the candidate wishes to concentrate her research effort
further on Late Roman and Medieval road–networks and modalities of travel. With more research
about pilgrimage routes and medieval viability in Europe the candidate aims to analyse an ill-known
aspect of medieval topography, which is the road-system between the fall of the Roman Empire and
“road revolution” of the 13th c.
The variety of research themes approached, the wide range of research fields experienced, the
extensive national and international experience endured in professional and training activities, the
international mobility and the highest scores always reached in every education experience (from
high-school to PhD) surely demonstrate the applicant's attitude to contribute substantially to further
strive toward excellence in research and innovation.
Independent thinking and leadership qualities
Research activities and scientific production of the candidate have been always characterised by:
- a critical approach to consolidated but not tested traditions, often proven to be founded on
prejudices and superficial interpretation of ancient sources;
- a selection of geographic study areas normally neglected by scholars;
- specific attention to diachronic aspects of historical phenomena.
- sound methodology and definition of guidelines for good practice.
The skills in project management and the spirit of initiative can be proven by the list of candidate's
individually funded, current long term projects, which she directs or directed:
• Maritime Southern Etruria Survey: the Archaeological Map of the Etruscan coast from the rivers
Marta to Fiora (University “Sapienza” of Rome).
• The “Archaeological Map of Southern Inner Lazio”: GIS based project aiming to collect, process
and locate the data about the archaeological evidences in one area of Inner Southern Latium
(University of Cassino).
• The Road network in Southern Etruria from Etruscan times to the Middle Ages. This research
intends to tackle the analysis of road systems over the long term (collaboration universities of
Cassino, “Sapienza” of Rome and “Tuscia” of Viterbo).
List of projects supported by third parties
• 2001 - 2006: collaborator of the International Research Project “Cidade de Ammaia”, in Portugal,
financed by the University of Evora (PT), University of Coimbra (PT), Fundaçao Cidade de
Ammaia (PT), Ghent University (B) and University of Cassino.
• 2004-2009: Project Collectif de Recherche “Mariana et la basse vallée du Golo de l’Age du Fer à
la fin du Moyen Age”, in Corsica (F), as responsible of the survey and topographical research, and
from 2006 onward as responsible for a new excavation sector in the monumental centre of the
Roman town of Mariana. The project involved specialists and collaborators from 20 European
Universities and Research Institutions. Main financer: CNRS.
• 2007-2011: coordinator of the Project "Geoarchaeological research on Roman landscapes in
Alentejo", on behalf of the University of Evora, with the role of Investigador Principal. The project
is financed by several Portuguese institutions, among which are the Portuguese National Fund for
research (FCT), the University of Evora, the Fundaçao Cidade de Ammaia, and is carried on in
collaboration with several European universities.
• 2009-2013: Coordinator of the project FP7 Marie Curie - People, action IAPP (GA 230679),
entitled "Radiography of the past. Integrated non-destructive approaches to understand and visualise
complex archaeological sites" (www.radiopast.eu). The project joins 7 partners from different
countries, both from the Academic (University of Évora, Ghent University, University of Ljubjana,
British School at Rome) and the Industrial sector (7Reasons - Austria, Past2Present - the
Netherlands and Eastern Atlas - Germany). The project is fully financed by the European
Commission (2009-2013).
• 2011-2013: coordinator of ‘The Ammaia project. A concerted action of archaeology, natural
sciences and applied technologies to place a Roman town in context’, financed by the Portuguese
National Fund for Research (FCT), with as main partners: University of Évora and Instituto
Superior Técnico (IST) of Lisbon. Project duration: 3 years.
• Since 2011: partner in the RITECA project entitled "Revalorización del patrimonio arqueológico
como recurso para el desarrollo en el área de Extremadura-Alentejo a través de la aplicación de
técnicas de análisis no destructivas", in collaboration with the Spanish Institute of Archeology of
Merida (IAM). Project financed in the framework of the actions POCTEC (FEDER actions INTERREG).
Spoken languages
ITALIAN: mother language; ENGLISH: perfect knowledge (Upper Intermediate diplomas from the
University of Aberystwyth (Wales) and Reading (England); GERMAN: good knowledge (Zertificat
Deutch als Fremdsprache from the Goethe Institut of Rome and Mittlestufe Diploma from the
International Actilingua School of Vienna (Austria); FRENCH: good knowledge, diploma from the
Université d’Eté of Boulogne-sur-Mer (F); NEDERLANDS: discrete knowledge, diploma Niveau 1,
from the Talencentrum of Ghent University; PORTUGUESE: discrete knowledge: perfect reading,
good understanding, discrete spoken; SPANISH: discrete knowledge: perfect reading, good
understanding, discrete spoken.
PUBLICATIONS (selection)
Books
• Corsi C. 2000a. Le Strutture di Servizio del Cursus Publicus in Italia: Ricerche Topografiche ed
Evidenze Archeologiche, British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 875, Oxford.
• Corsi C., Polito E., eds. 2008. Dalle sorgenti alle foce. Il bacino del Liri Garigliano
nell’antichità: culture, contatti, scambi, Atti del Convegno Internazionale (Frosinone - Formia, 1012 Novembre 2005). Roma: Quasar.
• Corsi C., Vermeulen F., eds. 2010a. Changing Landscapes. The impact of Roman towns in the
Western Mediterranean, Proceedings of the International Colloquium (Castelo de Vide – Marvão
15th-17th May 2008). Bologna: Antequem.
• Vermeulen F., Burgers G.J., Corsi C., Keay S., eds. 2012. The contribution of urban landscape
survey in Italy and the Mediterranean. Oxford: Oxbow.
• Corsi C., De Minicis E., 2012. In viaggio verso sud. La via Francigena da Acquapendente a
Roma, Viterbo: Università della Tuscia (peer-reviewed).
• Corsi C. & F. Vermeulen (eds.), 2012a. Ammaia I: The Survey. A Romano-Lusitanian townscape
revealed, (ARGU 8), Ghent: Academia Press.
• Vermeulen F. & C. Corsi 2013. Non-destructive approaches to complex archaeological sites in
Europe: a round-up. Proceedings of the Radio-Past Colloquium, (Ghent 15-17 January 2013),
Ghent University. Open access: http://www2.radiopast.eu/?page_id=2833.
• Corsi C., B. Slapsak & F. Vermeulen eds., 2013. Good Practice in Archaeological Diagnostics.
Non-destructive approaches to complex archaeological sites. Cham Heidelberg New York
Dordrecht London: Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
• Corsi C., 2014a. Ammaia II. The excavation contexts 1994-2011. Ghent: Academia Press (peerreviewed).
Peer reviewed papers
• Corsi C. 2005a. La cristianizzazione del viaggio: fonti letterarie ed archeologiche sui luoghi di
sosta tra tarda antichità e alto medioevo. “Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana”, LXXXI: 157-194.
• Corsi C. 2005b. The use of GIS in landscape archaeology: processing and visualizing cultural
landscapes. In A. Cartelli, M. Palma eds., Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology,
(Idea-Group Inc.), Hershey (PA), USA: 341-349.
• Corsi C., De Dapper M., Vermeulen F., Deprez S., 2005. Geoarchaeological Observations on the
Roman Town of Ammaia (Alentejo, Portugal). “Internet Archaeology”, 19.
• Corsi C., 2007a. Trade and Trade Routes in Southern Latium in Late Antiquity. “BABesch”, 82:
247-256 (abstract: http://www.babesch.org/82corsi.html).
• Corsi C., De Dapper M. & Vermeulen F. 2009. River bed changing in the Lower Potenza Valley
(Mid-Adriatic Italy). A geo-archaeological approach to historical documents. “Zeitschrift für
Geomorphologie” 53, Suppl. Issue 1: 83-98.
• Corsi C., Vermeulen F., 2009. Archaeology of a Roman landscape in Central
"Egyptian Journal of Environmental Change", I, 1: 1-5.
Portugal.
• C. Corsi, L. Verdonck & F. Vermeulen, 2010. Mariana (Corsica). Integrating GPR in Roman
urban survey, in Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Ground penetrating Radar
(Lecce (Italy), 21-25 June 2010), IEEE (CFP10538).
• Corsi C. 2012. The Ammaia Project. Integrated approaches for studying Roman towns in
Lusitania, in G.J. Burgers, C. Corsi, S. Keay, F. Vermeulen eds., The contribution of urban
landscape survey in Italy and the Mediterranean, Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 160-169.
• Corsi C., De Dapper M., Vermeulen F., 2012. Surveying the townscape of Roman Ammaia in
Portugal: an integrated geoarchaeological investigation of the forum area. “Geoarchaeology” 27:
123-139.
• Corsi C., Klein M., van Roode S., Vermeulen F., 2012. Radiography of the Past: a total project
for digital prospection and modeling of complex sites. In S. J. Kluiving & E. Guttmann-Bond (Eds),
Landscape Archaeology Between Art and Science: From a Multi- to an Interdisciplinary Approach
(Landscape & Heritage Proceedings), Amsterdam: Amsterdam university press: 429-441.
• Corsi C., Johnson P.S., Vermeulen F., 2012. A Geomagnetic Survey of Ammaia: a contribution
to understanding Roman Urbanism in Lusitania. “Journal of Roman Archaeology” 25: 121-145.
• Verdonck L., Vermeulen F., Corsi C., Docter R., 2012: Ground-penetrating radar survey at the
Roman town of Mariana (Corsica), complemented with fluxgate gradiometer data and old and
recent excavation results. “Near Surface Geophysics”. 10, No 1, February 2012: 35-45.
• E. Paliou, C. Corsi, 2013: “The Whole is More than the Sum of its Parts”- Geospatial Data
Integration, Visualisation and Analysis at the Roman Site of Ammaia (Marvão, Portugal). In G. Earl,
T. Sly, A. Chrysanthi, P. Murrieta-Flores, C. Papadopoulos, I. Romanowska, D. Wheatley (eds),
Archaeology in the Digital Era. Papers from the 40th Annual Conference of Computer Applications
and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Southampton, 26-29 March 2012, Amsterdam,
Amsterdam University Press, pp. 592-607.
• C. Corsi, 2013a. Il cielo sopra Mariana. Aviatori e archeologi alla scoperta di una colonia
romana in Corsica. “Archeologia Aerea” VII, pp. 93 – 110.
• C. Corsi, E. Gay, E. Paliou, D. Sanders, forthcoming. Old problems and new challenges in
archaeological sites data management. The REVEAL experience at Ammaia (Portugal). In A.
Traviglia (ed), Across Space and Time. Selected Papers from the 41st Computer Applications and
Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (Perth, WA, 25-28 March 2013 ).
• F. Vermeulen, C. Corsi, forthcoming a. 'Some Methodological Considerations and Suggestions
for Good Practice in Diagnostics and Visualizations of Complex Archaeological Sites: the
experience of the Radio-Past project' in A. Traviglia (ed), Across Space and Time. Selected Papers
from the 41st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (Perth,
WA, 25-28 March 2013).
• C. Corsi, F. Vermeulen, forthcoming b. La ville romaine de Mariana (Corse) et son urbanisme,
Mélanges de l'École française de Rome.
Articles in International Journals
• Corsi C., 1993. Nuovi dati per la viabilità romana nell'Etruria Marittima: un miliario dell'agro
tarquiniese. “Journal of Ancient Topography), III: 173-178.
• Corsi C., 1998. L’insediamento rurale di età romana nel territorio tra Tarquinia e Vulci. “Journal
of Ancient Topography”, VIII: 223-255.
• Corsi C., 2000b. L’insediamento rurale di età romana e tardoantica nel territorio tra Tarquinia e
Vulci. “Journal of Ancient Topography”, X: 205-276.
• Corsi C., 2000c. Stazioni stradali e cursus publicus. Note di tipologia dell’insediamento lungo la
viabilità romana. “Orizzonti”, I: 243-252.
• Corsi C. 2008a. La centuriazione romana di Potentia nel Piceno. Nuovi approcci per una
revisione critica e per una comprensione diacronica."Agri Centuriati", V: 107-126.
• Corsi C., Vermeulen F., 2008. Elementi per la ricostruzione del paesaggio urbano e suburbano
della città romana di Ammaia in Lusitania. “Archeologia Aerea", III: 177-194.
• Corsi C., Vermeulen F., 2010b. Il contributo della cartografia storica per lo studio delle divisioni
agrarie nella bassa valle del Potenza nel Piceno. "Agri Centuriati", VII: 227-245.
• Humer F., Gugl C., Pregesbauer M., Vermeulen F, Corsi C. and Klein M., 2011. Current
Productions: Carnuntum, German Limes and Radiopast. “Virtual Archaeology Review”, vol. 2, 4,
May 2011: 131-137.
Book chapters and International Colloquia Proceedings
• C. Corsi et Alii, 2000. CNR Italia – Ricerche topografiche in Sicilia: integrazione tra metodi
tradizionali e dati iperspettrali da piattaforma aerea. In Proceedings of the XVth International
Congress of Classical Archaeology, Amsterdam: 15 s., tav. 6.
• Corsi C., 2001. Le campagne dell’Etruria meridionale marittima tra II e I secolo a.C. In S.
Alessandrì, F. Grelle eds., Dai Gracchi alla fine della Repubblica, Galatina: 115-128.
• Corsi C. 2002. La via Francigena nel Lazio settentrionale: itinerari e insediamenti. In S. Patitucci
ed., La viabilità medievale in Italia, Firenze: 147-180.
• Corsi C., 2004. Persistenze e innovazioni nel tracciato viario della Salaria tra antichità e
medioevo. In E. Catani, G. Paci, La via Salaria in età tardoantica e medievale, (ICHNIA Università degli Studi di Macerata, 3), Roma: 119-142.
• Corsi C., 2005c. Luoghi di sosta lungo le vie di pellegrinaggio in età tardoantica e altomedievale.
Aspetti topografici dell’Itinerarium Egeriae, in Atti Convegno di Studi “I pellegrinaggi nell’età
tardoantica e medievale” (Ferentino 1999), Roma: 259-294.
• Corsi C., Polito E., Persichini S., 2005. From oppida to castella. Settlements and Landuse in the
Liri-Bassin (Southern Latium – Roman to Medieval Period). In P. Attema, A. Nijboer, A. Zifferero
eds., Papers in Italian Archaeology. The Groningen Conference. Communities and Settlement from
the Neolithic to the Medieval Period, VI, 3.1, Oxford (British Archaeological Reports –
International Series, 1452, II): 1067-1072.
• Corsi C., 2006. La carta archeologica del Lazio meridionale interno. In M. Maniaci, G. Orofino
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• Corsi C., 2008b. La valle del Liri-Garigliano negli acquerelli del Guglielmelli: alcuni spunti per
l’impiego della cartografia storica nella ricostruzione dei paesaggi antichi. In C. Corsi, E. Polito
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• Corsi C., Verdonck L., Vermeulen F., 2010. Mariana (Corsica). Integrating GPR in Roman urban
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de Vide – Marvão 15-17 May 2008), Antequem, Bologna: 69-84.
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survey to 3D reconstruction. In: W. Börner, S. Uhlirz, L. Dollhofer (eds.), Proceedings of the 16th
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• M. Klein, F. Vermeulen, C. Corsi, 2012, Radiography of the Past - Three dimensional, virtual
reconstruction of a Roman town in Lusitania In: M. Ioannides et al. (eds.), Euromed 2012. 4th
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sites archéologiques complexes. Etude de cas Mariana, in J. Rabiere ed., Actes de la conférence:
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 C. Corsi 2013b. Radiography of the past. Exploring “the invisible” in archaeological
sites; The discovery of Ammaia and its history according to ancient sources; The newest
results (The Forum, the Bath complex), In Ammaia. A Roman town in Lusitania, Évora
(Universidade de Évora), pp. 3-5; 11-15; 28-39.
 C. Corsi and M. Klein 2013. Data visualisation and 3D reconstructions, in Ammaia. A
Roman town in Lusitania, Évora (Universidade de Évora), pp. 48-54.
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Town: A Contribution to Urbanism Studies in Lusitania, in Proceedings of the XVIII CIAC
Congress: Centro y periferia en el Mundo Clásico / Centre and periphery in the ancient
world, S. 14. Iberia and the Hispaniae, (Mérida. 2014: 85-90)