PhD candidate at Tel Aviv University, (Israel) in collaboration with LTFAPA Laboratory, “Sapienza” University of Rome (Italy).
Flavia Marinelli graduated in Prehistoric Science at “Sapienza” University of Rome, in 2014.
In 2016 she obtained her MA in Prehistoric Archaeology at “Sapienza” University of Rome (Italy), with a dissertation on use-wear analysis on small flakes coming from the site of Fontana Ranuccio (Central Italy), under the supervision of Prof. Cristina Lemorini.
Currently Flavia is a PhD candidate at Tel Aviv University in collaboration with LTFAPA laboratory of “Sapienza” University of Rome, with a research project entitled: Small tools and elephant exploitation during the Lower Paleolithic: test cases from Italy and Israel. The project is supervised by Prof. Ran Barkai (Tel Aviv University) and Prof. Cristina Lemorini (“Sapienza” University of Rome).
MARINELLI F., LEMORINI C., ZAMPETTI D., 2019. La funzione degli small “tools” nell’ambito delle industrie litiche scheggiate acheuleane della penisola italiana: il caso studio del sito laziale di Fontana Ranuccio (FR). 1° Incontro di studi “Sezze”, i Monti Lepini e il basso Lazio tra Preistoria e Protostoria. Ipotesi di Preistoria, vol. 11, pp. 57-62.
MARINELLI., ZAMPETTI D., LEMORINI C. Small tools in use: an overview of the use-wear data from the Acheulean site of Fontana Ranuccio (Latium, Italy) (Journal of lithic studies, submitted).
MARINELLI F., LEMORINI C., ZAMPETTI D. Experimental archeology from the interpretation of use-wear: the case study of Fontana Ranuccio Late Lower Palaeolithic site (Central Italy) (Proceedings of Awrana Conference submitted).
MARINELLI F., LEMORINI C., BARKAI R. Lower Paleolithic small flakes and megafauna: the contribution of experimental approach and use-wear analysis to reveal the link (Proceedings of the Hannover Conference, submitted).