Fiammetta Susanna

Fiammetta Susanna
Université de Neuchâtel | UniNE · Institut d’archéologie (IA)

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Introduction
Ancient Morocco, Punic Mediterranean, Punic archaeology, archaeometry, GIS, landscape archaeology
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November 2013 - present
Université de Neuchâtel
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  • PhD Student

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The present work aims to bring new elements for an actual interpretation of the economic processes of Morocco, using information obtained on the basis of new perspectives of archaeological investigation and with the contribution of data carried out by the use of modern methodologies based on scientific technologies focused to archeometallurgical ac...
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The mining areas of the Middle Atlas, already inhabited in the Neolithic period, have been under the influences of different cultures, firstly Phoenician, then Punic or Ibero-Punic, Berber, Roman and finally Islamic. The impact of external cultures on the evolution and development of ancient metallurgy in the north-central Atlas region and the Sout...
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This study focusses on the development and application of an innovative protocol which combines chemical data, GIS (geographical information system) and PCA, involving numeric (chemical composition) and categorical (typology of object, archaeological context, chronology and geographical areas) variables, as a simple tool to help in the visualisatio...
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A simple, fast and non destructive analytical methodology combining X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) and Back-scattered Electron Microscopy coupled with Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (BSEM+EDS) has been applied to characterize the alloy’s composition of ex-votos metal statuettes of unknown provenance and age stored in the Museum of Évora in Southern Por...
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The main objective of the italian mission is the study and the archaeological excavation of the fortress of Ighram Aousser dating back to 'Almohad era (XII century AD) in the mine Aouam Tighza, where been documented traces of ore processing dating back to prehistoric times and the Islamic period.