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Devi Taelman is postdoctoral researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel since 2021. His main areas of interest are the economic history of the Roman world, archaeometry, human-environment interactions in Roman Antiquity, Roman settlement archaeology, landscape archaeology and the application of geoarchaeological approaches to ancient Mediterranean landscapes. He applies these approaches to the study of agriculture, landscape use, and climate change in the Roman Mediterranean, as well as studies of the trade in marble in Antiquity.



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