Alyssa Parrnelli, a third-year Classical Archaeology major and Data Science minor at UNC, has been awarded the Anne L. and S. Epes Robinson Honors Fellowship from Honors Carolina to join this summer’s work at the Gabii Project excavation—the exploration of the Latin site of Gabii, an Archaic urban center near Rome. After the excavation she will continue to Naples, Italy to study ancient sites such as Pompeii and Herculaneum, exploring how the methods used in the field such as photo modeling can be used to present sites and finds, making the archaeology vivid and accessible to all. Alyssa is especially interested in Roman archaeology with research interests in art and architecture as they engage with iconography, ideology, and the ritual use of space.
Alyssa Parrnelli wins the Anne L. and S. Epes Robinson Honors Fellowship for Summer 2023
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