Sara Zanni, PhD in Classics, she combines an unconventional passion for Archaeology and a deep love for traveling, in a constant discovery of the world and the our deeper self. Separating her from the road, only her shoe soles.
Sara graduated in Milan (IT) in Roman Archaeology in 2009, got a Master in Geotechnologies Applied to the Cultural Heritage in 2010 at the University of Siena (IT) and won a grant to follow different projects at the Institute for Technologies Applied to Archaeology at the CNR (Rome – IT). She achieved a PhD in Classics in Milan and accomplished it in 2014. She won a Marie Skłodowska-Curie in 2015 and she started the RecRoad Project at the AUSONIUS Institute of the Université de Bordeaux Montaigne on February 1, 2016 with Prof. Francis Tassaux.
She walked the Camino de Santiago three times, the last, in 2014, starting walking from her house in Milan (IT) and following the ancient pilgrims’ paths and the modern tracks westward to the ocean’s shore.