Dr. Cinzia Bettineschi

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Klassische Archäologie
Telefon: +49 821 598 - 5502
Raum: 2017 (D)
Adresse: Universitätsstraße 10, 86159 Augsburg


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2020 – 2021

Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Padova (Italy)

2018 – 2019 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Padova (Italy)
2018 Curator of the photographic exhibition “images X investigation – of archaeological evidence”
2017 – 2019 Co-PI of the project “Archaeometry and Experimental Archaeology for Pre-Roman Glassworking”
2014 – current Field leader for the excavations in the Iron Age village of Bostel (municipality of Rotzo, Northern Italy)
2014 – 2018

PhD in Archaeometry, University of Padova (Italy)

2013 Member of the Organizing Committee of the Archaeological Exhibition “Egypt in Veneto”, University of Padova & Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy)
2011 – 2013 School of Specialization (3rd level education) in Archaeological Heritage, University of Padova (Italy)
2011 Post-graduate Research Grant at the Dipartimento Valcamonica e Lombardia of the Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici (Niardo – Brescia, Italy)
2010 SCN Curator’s Assistant at the Museum of Archaeological Sciences and Art (Padova – Italy)
2006 – 2008 MA in Archaeological Sciences, University of Padova (Italy)
2003 – 2006 BA in Archaeology, University of Padova (Italy)




















Forschung und Projekte

  • archaeology of craft production, with special emphasis for archaeology/ technology/ archaeometry of vitreous materials;
  • remote sensing, data processing, and (semi)automatic image analysis;
  • excavation in the village of Bostel, municipality of Rotzo (Italy);
  • public archaeology.

From the chronological point of view, my main expertise is in the late 2nd and 1st millennium BC, especially with regards to Italy, the Mediterranean, the Alpine world, and their interconnections.


Author or co-author of more than 40 publications, comprising: 7 ISI/Scopus-indexed papers, 2 edited volumes, 34 articles in national and international journals, volumes, or conference proceedings.



  • Bettineschi C., Magnini L., Faresin A., Burigana L., De Guio A., Salemi G., in press, “More than meets the eye. Structured light and 3D enhancing strategies: the case of the Assa Valley rock art (Vicenza, Italy)”, in New challenges for rock art research in the Digital Era, British Archaeological Report (BAR).
  • Magnini L., Bettineschi C., “Object-based Predictive Modeling (OBPM) for Archaeology: Finding Control Places in Mountainous Environment”, in Remote Sensing, 13 (6), 1197, DOI
  • Bettineschi C., 2021, “Le faience egizie dell’Accademia dei Concordi di Rovigo: uno sguardo tra archeologia e tecnologie produttive”, in Archeologia Veneta, XLIII, pp. 64-77.



  • Bettineschi C., Angelini I., Malaman E., Gratuze B., 2020, “Composizione e provenienza dei vetri punici dalla necropoli di Nora”, in Quaderni Norensi, 8, pp. 231-240.
  • Magnini L., Bettineschi C., De Guio A., Burigana L., Pedersoli S., Griggio E., 2020, “Non solo scavo: novità dal Bostel di Rotzo (VI) a venticinque anni dall’avvio delle indagini dell’Università di Padova”, in FOLD&R – Fasti Online, 473, pp. 1-18.



  • Bettineschi C., Deotto G., Begg I., Molin G., Zanovello P., Fassone A., Greco C., Borla M., Angelini I., 2019, “A dig through archives and depots: rediscovering the inlay workshop of Tebtynis and its materials”, in Nuncius, 34 (3), pp. 485-516, DOI
  • Magnini L., Bettineschi C., “Theory and Practice for an Object-based Approach in Archaeological Remote Sensing”, in Journal of Archaeological Science, 107, pp. 10-22, DOI
  • Magnini L., Bettineschi C., De Guio A., Burigana L., Colombatti G., Bettanini C., Aboudan A., 2019, “Multisensor-multiscale approach in studying the proto-historic settlement of Bostel in northern Italy”, in Archeologia e Calcolatori 30, pp. 347-365, DOI



  • Bettineschi C., Deotto G., Begg D.J.I., Angelini I., Molin G., Zanovello P., 2018, “Crafts in the temple: the Ptolemaic inlay workshop in the Soknebtynis sanctuary”, in Quaderni del Museo del Papiro, Proceedings of the XVI Convegno di Egittologia e Papirologia, Siracusa: Museo del Papiro Corrado Basile, pp. 349-368.



  • Magnini L., Bettineschi C., De Guio A., 2017, “Object-based shell craters classification from Lidar-derived Sky-View Factor”, in Archaeological Prospection, 24/3, pp. 211-223, DOI
  • Colombatti G., Aboudan A., Bettanini C., Magnini L., Bettineschi C., Deotto G., Toninello L., Debei S., De Guio A., Zanovello P., Menegazzi A., 2017, “Horus – A drone project for visual and IR imaging”, in IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for AeroSpace (MetroAeroSpace), pp. 589-592, DOI



  • Sansoni U., Bettineschi C., Gavaldo S., 2016, “Filiform figures in the rock art of Valcamonica from Prehistory to the Roman age”, in Coimbra F., Sansoni U. (eds), Post-Paleolithic filiform rock art in Western Europe - Proceedings of the XVII UISPP World Congress, 1-7 September 2014, Burgos (Spain), Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 29-42.



  • Avanzini F., Canazza S., De Poli G., Fantozzi C., Pretto N., Rodà A., Angelini I., Bettineschi C., Deotto G., Faresin E., Menegazzi A., Molin G., Salemi G., Zanovello P., 2015, “Archaeology and Virtual Acoustics. A pan flute from ancient Egypt”, in Proceedings of the SMC - Sound & Music Computing Conference, Maynooth University, Ireland, July 26 – August 1, 2015.
  • De Guio A., Magnini L., Bettineschi C., 2015, “GeOBIA approaches to remote sensing of fossil landscapes: two case studies from Northern Italy”, in Across Space and Time: Proceedings of the CAA conference, Computer Applications in Archaeology, 26-28 March 2013, Perth (Australia), pp. 45-53.


The full consistency of my publication activity can be found at the following links:  Academia.edu; ResearchGate; ‪ Google Scholar.