CIAMS Field Projects
Kalavasos and Maroni Built Environments (KAMBE)
Marzuolo Archaeological Project (MAP)
The Marzuolo Archaeological Project (MAP) is an international and interdisciplinary fieldwork project investigating the rural craft site of Podere Marzuolo (ca. 2 ha) in southern Tuscany (Italy), which was occupied between the 1st century BC and the early 4th century AD. Preliminary excavations at the site in 2012–13 (under the aegis of the Roman Peasant Project) have yielded exceptionally fine-grained evidence for the production of Roman terra sigillata pottery – the Roman empire’s most emblematic table wares – in a multi-craft context.