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Alessandro studied a BA in Archaeological Sciences at University ‘Sapienza’ of Rome, Italy, and Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, followed by a MA in History of Art and Archaeology (South Asia) at SOAS, University of London. After interrupting a PhD in Archaeology and Pottery Analysis at UCL, Alessandro is currently undertaking his PhD at University of Cambridge on the scientific and morpho-stylistic analysis of archaeological ceramic materials from South Asian sites (Indus Valley Civilisation). Alessandro is also an accredited member of archaeological bodies, i.e. CIfA, and worked for European and English museums, such as the Victoria and Albert Museum (Assistant Lecturer, Learning Centre), British Museum (volunteer consultant, South Asian Department) and National Museum of Oriental Art “Tucci”, Rome (Department of Education).