There is no better place than Rome to be an archaeologist! Born in 1976, I have always loved Rome, art and classical archaeology in particular.
I have a degree in History of Classical Art at Roma Tre University, Rome, with the thesis in History of Archaeology Women in Archaeology, then published in 2004. I was part of a four years long archaeological campaign in Ostia Antica (Rome), one of my favourite places, and for almost ten year I collaborated with Roma Tre University as a member of two archaeological missions in Syria and Jordan.
After the other international experience of my PhD at the School of Archaeology and Ancient History of the University of Leicester, UK, with a research in Roman Archaeology about The figurative programme of the Trajan’s friezes in the Imperial Forums, I came back home, and since 2007 I work as a licenced tourist guide of Rome.
I am fond of handing down memories of the past and I am very curious. I always want to explore every corner of the places I am visiting!
My clients are English-speaking groups and individuals from all over the world, who always tell me that they feel my passion for Rome, its beauties and my job.
I hope to transmit the same passion to you, soon!