Giorgia Agresti


GIORGIA AGRESTI is technical collaborator in the Laboratory of Diagnostics for Conservation and Restoration of the Department of Cultural Heritage Sciences, University of Tuscia. In 2013 she obtained the PhD in “Memory and matter the cultural heritage” in the same University. Her main field of research concerns the study of constituent materials from artifacts of historical and artistic interest.
She is involved in EMAP for the study of the alloys in ancient musical instruments by non-destructive diagnostic investigation.
agresti [at]
© 2015 EMAP - European Music Archaeology Project

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