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   The San Giuliano Archaeological Project is led by Baylor University in collaboration with George Mason University, Anderson University, Virgil Academy, the Province of Viterbo, the town of Barbarano Romano, Civic Museum of Archaeology, Barbarano Romano, Museo della Tuscia Rupestre, Marturanum Regional Park, and the Italian Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio per l’Area Metropolitana di Roma, la Provincia di Viterbo e l’Etruria Meridionale. SGARP is supported by the Town Square Community Foundation and Baylor’s Anthropology Department, Classics Department, Honors College, and Center for Global Engagement. We are fortunate to have Virgil Academy as our partners in Italy. Virgil Academy facilitated the launch and local organization of our project. The group continues providing logistical support for our research and teaching. In full collaboration with Virgil Academy, we are committed to protecting and enriching the cultural heritage of central Italy.

We gratefully acknowledge the support received from the Explorers Club and Discovery Inc. in 2022 through the Explorers Club Discovery Expedition Grant.

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We are deeply grateful for the friendship and constant support of the President of Virgil Academy, Gianni Profita (left), and the Mayor of Barbarano Romano, Rinaldo Marchesi (right). 

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Barbarano Romano. We live and work with the people of Barbarano Romano. This is a Italian television program about the village.

Explore the necropolis of San Giuliano with Rinaldo Marchesi, the mayor of Barbarano Romano. This video was featured on the local news network,, as part of a series about the mayors of the towns in the Province of Viterbo.

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