Dr Matthew Mandich, Field Archaeologist & Author

“An active field archaeologist, researcher, and writer I received my PhD from the University of Leicester (UK) in 2017 with the thesis, ‘The Growth and Extent of Rome: From Fringe to Suburb’. My research and teaching interests focus primarily on ancient urban growth, Roman topography, the Roman economy, and Roman architecture and land use change. I have worked on archaeological projects in and around Rome for over 15 years and I currently hold the role of Field School Director at the Signum Vortumni Project (ISAR) located at the Horrea Agrippiana on the NW slope of the Palatine Hill in the Roman Forum.”