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On Thursday, June 1, at 5:30 p.m., at Palazzo Peloso Cepolla in Albenga, headquarters of the International Institute of Ligurian Studies-Ingauna Section.
FABIO NEGRINO, of the University of Genoa, will speak on
PREHISTORY TO COME
NEW RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES IN THE VALLEYS OF ALBENGA
The prehistory to come – Research perspectives in the valleys of Albenga.
With the excavations at Arma Veirana, in the municipality of Erli, and the discovery in 2017 of the burial Mesolithic of Little Snow has begun a new season of research in the territory Albenga. These excavations were followed by some archaeological prospecting in the Alpine area,
stratigraphic revisions and new dating at Arma dello Stefanin (Aquila d’Arroscia), as well as the study of materials excavated in the second half of the 20th century by Milly Leale Anfossi in Val Pennavaire and preserved at the archaeological museum in Albenga. During the month of June some exploratory soundings will also be carried out in the Pian dell’Arma (Caprauna), in order to identify ancient Paleolithic and Mesolithic hunter bivouacs. The new research activities are carried out by the University of Genoa in collaboration with the University of Montreal (Canada), as well as with the support of the Superintendency, the International Institute of Ligurian Studies and some municipalities in the area.
DAFIST – Department of Antiquities, Philosophy and History
University of Genoa
He received his PhD in prehistoric archaeology from La Sapienza University of Rome. He graduated in Classical Letters and specialized in archaeology, as well as obtained a postdoctoral fellowship, from the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy at the University of Pisa. He has worked on different aspects of prehistoric and protohistoric research, from the Paleolithic Lower Paleolithic to the Metal Age, delving into both more purely cultural and environmental. He has participated in numerous archaeological excavations in Italy and abroad. He is involved in several projects international projects, mainly focused on the study of the oldest human settlement in Liguria, and has
recently directed the excavations of Riparo Bombrini (Balzi Rossi, Ventimiglia, Imperia) and Arma Veirana (Erli, Savona).
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF LIGURIAN STUDIES INGAUNA SECTION
Palazzo Peloso Cepolla – Piazza San Michele 12 – 17031 Albenga tel. 0182.51 215 – email: email@example.com
1 June 2023
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