This paper is the result of a fruitful international cooperation focused on the study of Carlo Anti's researches in Tebtynis (Egypt). Carlo Anti was a professor of archaeology of the University of Padua since 1922 and Director of the Italian Mission in Egypt (M.A.I.) since 1928 to 1936. He worked in Tebtynis since 1930 and he collected the data about his discoveries in an archive, recently rediscovered and studied by this team. The aim of this multidisciplinary research is to contextualize Anti's work on the field and give new information on his researches in Egypt seen through different perspectives from sand to aerospace.
Current and past research between Tebtynis and Padua: from sand to aerospace / Deotto, Giulia; Begg, Ian; Menegazzi, Alessandra; Urbani, Carlo; Meleri, Andrea; Toninello, Luca; Magnini, Luigi; Burigana, Laura; De Guio, Armando; Angelini, Ivana; Bettineschi, Cinzia; Molin, Gianmario; Salemi, Giuseppe; Zanovello, Paola. - (2018), pp. 46-53. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Current Research in Egyptology 2017 tenutosi a University of Naples, “L’Orientale” nel 3–6 May 2017.