Jamieson C. Donati

Postdoctoral Researcher, Laboratory for Geophysical-Satellite Remote Sensing and Archeology, Hellenic Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH)

Jamieson C. Donati is a postdoctoral researcher at the Laboratory of Geophysical, Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeo-environment, Institute for Mediterranean Studies (IMS-FORTH). He holds two BA degrees in Classical Archaeology and Ancient Greek from Franklin and Marshall College, an MA in Classical Archaeology at Florida State University, and a PhD in Art History at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. His research interests comprise the archaeology of the Greeks and Romans, and particularly urban and rural landscapes of the Mediterranean, and the use of remote sensing and GIS applications to study the past. Dr. Donati has participated in dozens archaeological fieldwork projects (excavations, field and geophysical surveys, GIS, and remote sensing) at places such as Olynthus, Pella, Corinth, Sikyon, Pompeii, Samothrace, Aphrodisias, and Amorium.

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