New website launch for the 'Rome Transformed' project

Rome Transformed, an ERC-funded project conducted in collaboration with the BSR, has launched a new website today. The five-year project looks to investigate 800 years of history on Rome’s Caelian Hill, through to October 2024.

Geophysical survey (GPR) in the grounds of Villa Wolkonsky (Rome), residence of the British Ambassador to Italy and San Marino. Part of the ERC funded Rome Transformed project (2019-2024). Photo: Thea Ravasi.

The Rome Transformed team, led by Professor Ian Haynes (Newcastle), includes our own Stephen Kay (BSR Archaeology Officer) and Elena Pomar (BSR Geophysics Researcher).

The new website is an excellent place to keep up-to-date, including details of conferences, workshops and publications associated with the project.