Archaeological sites recorded by the GIA Hidden Landscapes survey campaigns in the Monti Lepini (Lazio, Italy), 2005-2009. With contributions by G.W. Tol & C. Anastasia
This article lists and describes archaeological sites discovered or revisited in the Monti Lepini in south Lazio (Italy) between 2005 and 2009 by GIA field teams within the framework of the Hidden Landscapes Project (2005-2010). The Monti Lepini are the last of the four main landscape units to be studied in GIA's long-running Pontine Region Project (PRP), and present problems of accessibility and visibility typical for such mountainous areas to field researchers. A preliminary geographical and chronological discussion is offered, but the publication of the primary results in this catalogue is intended to prepare the way for more thorough analytical and synthetic work in the near future.