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I am a PhD student researching on the issues regarding ethnicity and mobility in Bruttium, Southern Italy, during the late Iron Age.

I am also currently working as a Graduate Tutor, and I am part of the committee for the 2024 edition of the AMPAH (Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History) conference.


Research interests

  • Pre-Roman Italy
  • Magna Graecia
  • Roman Republic
  • Ethnicity
  • Migration and mobility
  • Myth and origin stories


  • HS3108 - The Near East, Greece and Rome, 1000-323 BCE
  • HS3103 - Investigating the Ancient World: Skills and Evidence
  • HS2123 - The Archaeology of Mediterranean Societies: Egypt, Greece and Rome


I was born in Cosenza, Italy. I started my classical formation already at a high school level through Liceo Classico, moving then to the United Kingdom in 2017 to begin my university career. I graduated in Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Leicester before completing a MA in Ancient History and Classical Culture at Swansea University. Currently, I am undertaking a PhD at Cardiff University under the supervision of Professor Guy Bradley and Dr. Maria Fragoulaki.

Honours and awards

  • PhD, Ancient History - Cardiff University (2022-present).
  • MA, Ancient History & Classical Culture - Swansea University (2020-2021).
  • BA, Ancient History & Archaeology - University of Leicester (2017-2020).

Professional memberships

  • Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies (2022-present)
  • Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (2022-present)

Academic positions

  • Graduate tutor (2023-present)
  • Research assistant (2023)
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Committees and reviewing

  • Committee member of the Organising Committee, AMPAH (Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History) 2024.
    • Theme: Interdisciplinary Approaches to People, Power and Place

Research themes


  • Classical Greek and Roman history
  • Ethnicity in antiquity
  • Latin and classical Greek languages
  • Archaeology of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Levant
  • cultural change

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