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Andrea Di Miceli graduated from the University of Perugia in the Archaeology of Ancient Greece. He continued his studies at the School of Specialisation in Archaeology of Matera, where he graduated in Classical Archaeology. Di Miceli received his PhD from the University of Perugia with a dissertation in Late Antiquity studies. He took part in numerous archaeological excavations led by both Italian and foreign universities. Over the last years, Di Miceli has been the field director of the Failaka Archaeological Project (Kuwait). He works as a professional archaeologist for the S.M.A.Art Center (Center for Scientific Methodologies Applied to Archaeology and History of Art) at the University of Perugia.

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Tommaso Mattioli has been a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Post-Doc Fellow at the Facultat de Geografia i Història at the University of Barcelona (project SONART – The sound of rock art). Prior to that, he spent most of his career studying and/or researching at the University of Perugia and the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Graduated in 2005 at the University of Perugia, for the following five years he was attached to the Chair of European Protohistory. From 2007 to 2010, the University of Perugia funded his PhD project at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” through two prestigious research fellowships, which led him to undertake a systematic study of paintings of the Italian peninsula. In 2010, Mattioli completed his PhD with a dissertation about the rock art of the Apennines. He is still linked to the University of Perugia as a commercial archaeologist in geophysical prospections (georadar, magnetometry, ERT and resistance meter) at the S.M.A.Art Center (Center for Scientific Methodologies Applied to Archaeology and History of Art). Since 2006, he works as a commercial archaeologist in geophysical research (www.archeores.com). From 2011 to 2013, he was periodically hired to develop the geodatabase “Archaeological Map of Umbria” by the Regione Umbria and the Archaeological Superintendency, the two authorities responsible for managing all archaeological heritage of the Umbria region. As an independent archaeologist, he organised numerous outreach activities in museums and schools in Italy.

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