He is a researcher at the University of Salento, Italy, and teaches the Archaeology of Magna Graecia. He is currently the Scientific Director of the Muro Leccese Archaeological Project, a Messapian indigenous settlement in the southern Puglia region in Italy. His research explores textile production in southern Italy between the Iron Age and the Roman Empire and the changes of the Messapian indigenous society between the Iron Age and the arrival of the Romans in the 3rd century BC.
Areas of Interest:
Archaeology, Classical archaeology, Magna Graecia, Iron Age, Messapia, pottery, textile production.