Dr. Carlo Beltrame

Dr. Carlo Beltrame |Clyto Access

University of Haifa, Israel


Expertise: Maritime archaeology, Methodology of the archaeological research, Underwater archaeology, Underwater photogrammetry


Carlo Beltrame (Venezia 1969), laurea at the Università di Padova, degree of Specialization at the Università di Trieste, PhD in Maritime Civilizations at the University of Haifa. Researcher with ASN for associated professor. Affiliated professor at the University of Haifa. He has tought Naval archaeology at the Università della Tuscia of Viterbo and since 2001 he has been teaching Maritime Archaeology at the Ca' Foscari University. Here he has coordinated the first master in Maritime History and Archaeology in Italy. He has spent a period of research, with a grant of the Rectors of Denmark, at the Center of Maritime Archaeology of Roskilde. He has been member of the steering group of the International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, of which he has organized the edition of the 2000 in Venice. He has been free-lance underwater archaeologist and he has worked also in the Evaluation of the Archaeological Impact. He is specialized mainly in ship construction from Antiquity to modern age but he is also interested on methodology in maritime archaeology and on management of the underwater cultural heritage. Since 2001 to 2012 he has been directing the training-excavation on the shipwreck of the brick Mercurio sunk off Punta Tagliamento in 1812; he collaborates with a Croatian mission of excavation on Medieval wrecks in the island of Mljet and he directs a project of documentation and study of cargos of marble of Roman age in southern Italy. He is coordinating a project of research on the Venetian ordnance. He has written five books and more than seventy articles mainly in ISI journals.

Related Journals & Conferences :

Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology