Kevin specializes in the archaeology of Italy, in particular the Etruscan and mid- to late Roman Republican periods. He has extensive archaeological experience; he has supervised the excavation of a Roman-period monumental healing spring at Chianciano Terme and has participated in the excavations of an Etruscan necropolis and Roman villa rustica. For the past eight seasons, Kevin has supervised excavations at Pompeii, Italy, where he studies the changes domestic spaces underwent over the course of 300 years of occupation. His research interests include the Etrusco-Romano sacred landscape in the Monti della Tolfa region of Italy, material culture theory, and the formation processes of various fill types in the archaeological record.
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