- 3 hours
San Clemente Tour
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Patrizia holds a Master's degree in Medieval Archaeology and has studied at the Vatican and at the University of Aix-en-Provence. Her experience excavating in Rome is extensive, including major work at the Crypta Balbi in the 1990s, arguably the most significant archaeological excavation in central Rome in the last century. She worked for FAI - Fondo per l'Ambiente Italiano (Italian National Trust) as Rome's cultural attache for over 20 years. Patrizia is the author of the guidebook to Villa Gregoriana (Tivoli). She is an accomplished teacher and guide whose knowledge of (and passion for) the city of Rome is boundless.
Livia obtained a degree in Archaeology at the Sapienza University of Rome and has a Master's degree in the History and Conservation of Cultural Heritage from the University of Roma Tre. Her main field of interest is ancient Roman topography and early Christian architecture; however, she is an accomplished scholar whose teaching ability extends to the Renaissance and Baroque Rome. As a native Roman, Livia is very enthusiastic in sharing the deep love and knowledge she has for her hometown with clients.
Dony holds a Ph.D in Art History from the University of Granada, Spain and an MA in Communication and Culture from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Traveller, art historian, documentary photographer and visual archaeologist, Dony has written 3 books about history and music, including Electronic Samba. Dony is an independent scholar who has explored the globe extensively. He has travelled to more than 38 countries and approximately 200 cities, stopping to delve deeper in Spain, England, Brazil and Italy. He regularly contributes to books and periodicals such as The Ecologist, Traveler magazine and Cambio 16, Lozzy maps and guides. Dony's passion for and life-long research into Art History and Greek-Roman civilization has brought him to lecture at universities and deliver papers at conferences in Spain, Italy and Brazil. With Context he leads walks in Rome and Paris. He is now based in Rome where he is currently working on a book about historical Roman musical personalities, which includes such characters as Nero and Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, the Choirmaster at the Sistine Chapel.
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