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Angelo Bartoli


Angelo Bartoli (1943-2014) dedicated his all life to satisfy his many curiosities. He focused his interests on the experimental archaeology and precisely on archaeometallurgy, becoming a real “archaeo-technician”. In the 1987, with a group of competent collaborators skilled in various subjects, he conceived Antiquitates and in 1988 the Centre for Experimental Archaeology has been to the public.
The main research wasn’t enough for him, who wanted also to share his knowledge and what he learned in so many years with people. For this reason he created Antiquitates, a Centre able to make research but also communicate it through many educational activities both for adults and children.
A dream, Angelo’s one, which continues thanks to the work of his son Antonio Bartoli, the Managing Director, Marina Lancioni Head of Secretariat since 2000, Marco Romeo Pitone the Scientific Director and a great Team of archaeologists, technicians and operators.