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Leonardo Bison

Leonardo graduated in Archaeology at the University of Padua, Italy, in 2015. His research interests spread all over Archaeology and Anthropology, but centre on migrations and local responses to migrations and colonisation in past societies, with particular focus on the Iron Age Mediterranean. His PhD project, 'Culinary practices from Phoenician and Punic Sardinia: new perspectives through organic residue analyses' is trying to obtain more information about shifts in ceramic use and foodways applying biochemical analyses on cookware. His research is supported by the AHRC’s South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership, and based at the University of Bristol.