Laura Sarli M.A.

Mayan arch
Mayan arch of Labnà, Mexico


  • since April 2021 ESRs CARMEN (Communal Art – Reconceptualising Metrical Epigraphy Network) project, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded within the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020). PhD candidate at Universität Trier in collaboration with the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier ( ). Title PhD research "Communication Concepts of Archaeological Sites. Reactions to Social and Didactic Changes".
  • 2017-2020  M.A. Classical Archaeology -  Department of Antiquities, Philosophy and History - Sapienza Università di Roma - Master Thesis "L'arco nelle città romana e nella città maya: confronto strutturale e urbanistico".
  • 2019: ERASMUS+ ExtraUE - MEXICO - Courses: Mayan archaeology and culture - Mayan epigraphy - Heritage conservation. Universidad Autónoma De Yucatán (UADY), Mérida (Yucatán). 
  • 2013 - 2017: B.A. Classical Literature -  Department of Humanities-Languages, Literature and Ancient and Modern Civilisation - Università degli Studi di Perugia -  Bachelor Thesis: "Danzatori nella Pittura di Pompei".


2021: Award "Laureato eccellente" for the academic year  2019/2020 - Università di Roma La Sapienza


I have participated in scientific excavation and preventive archaeological campaigns, including:

  • Aug 2020  - Umbertide, Italy -  Archeolab company 
  • Aug 2019 - Sep 2019 - Amelia, Italy - Archeolab company
  • Oct 2018 - Nov 2018 - Northeast slopes of the Palatine -  Rome - Università di Roma La Sapienza    
  • Sep 2018 - Oct 2018 - Roman villa rustica in Mondragone, Campania -Archeolab company
  • Sep 2017 - Oct 2017 -  Etruscan villa in Vetulonia, Tuscany - Università degli Studi di Perugia
  • Jul 2017 - Aug 2017 - Urvinum Hortense - Cannara, Umbria - Università degli Studi di Perugia     

Presentations and Events:

Sarli, L. The Tabulae Iguvinae.From the purchase to the musealization. Workshop: "Heritage: Premodern Perspectives", Norwegian Institute in Rome. UiO. Rome, 2021. 

Sarli, L. Archaeological parks/museums and social media. Some case studies from Germany and Netherlands. Museo Parc Alésia, Alise-Sainte-Reine, France, 2023.

Lemes, A.; Sarli, L. Write like the Ancient Romans. Science is Wonderful, a fair organised by EU-Commission and MSCA, Brussels, 2023.