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Antonio Caruso joined The Cyprus Institute in February 2021 under the supervision of Dr. Efthymia Nikita. Antonio holds an MPhil in Quaternary, Prehistory and Archaeology (University of Ferrara) with a focus on Bioarchaeology, and a BA in Cultural Heritage (University of Catania).
In 2016, Antonio worked with the PAVE Research Group, at the University of Cambridge, for a period of 8 months. In Cambridge, Antonio became familiar with cutting-edge technologies such as microCT/CT scans. His Master’s dissertation was titled: A Jigsaw Puzzle from Mota Cave (Ethiopia): Three-Dimensional Virtual Reconstruction and Quantitative Analysis of a Very Fragmented Cranium.
Currently, Antonio’s PhD project focus on the human bioacraheology of Sicily in the I millenium BC.