Articles by Alba Mazza

Alba Mazza is a PhD Candidate in Archaeology at the University of Sydney. Her research focuses on the maritime and coastal archaeological landscape of Sicily-Italy and the human interactions with that landscape.

Indiana Sarah - Salvo Emma (left) and Alba Mazza (right) analyzing the inscribed base of the so-called “sacrificial altar” of the Panarea III shipwreck.

Treasures from the Abyss

This is a black and blue story of a +2000-year-old shipwreck located deep in the azure waters of the Aeolian archipelago in the north of Sicily-Italy. Join Guest Blogger Alba Mazza, as she shares story of working on this magnificent wreck…

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