Two years of hard work during the pandemic period. Hundred of hours in video calls, online meetings, restricted access to archives and university laboratories. Then back in Pisa, in the lab, with a group that, day by day, grew and became enthusiastic and super productive. It took a lot of people (and they are not all in the picture) to systematize thousands of documents, making the information accessible and analyzable, and optimize a system with a new user-friendly that now allows many technologically advanced tools to enjoy the archaeological data of Northern Tuscany. 7200 sq km of territory spread over 87 municipalities in 4 Tuscan provinces: more than 7900 geolocated archaeological interventions and indexed, and more than 20,000 archaeological traces.

This is MAGOH, and now it is yours: