You can find digital copies of my publications on my academia and researchgate pages.


C. Piccoli (accepted for publication), Pieter de Graeff (1638-1707) and his treffelyke bibliotheek: Exploring and reconstructing an early modern private library as a book collection and as a physical space. The Library of the Written Word Series (edited by A. Pettegree and A. der Weduwen), Leiden: Brill.

C. Piccoli 2018. Visualizing cityscapes of Classical antiquity: From early modern reconstruction drawings to 3D digital models, Oxford: Archaeopress.

Edited volumes
H. Kamermans, W. De Neef, C. Piccoli, A. Posluschny, R. Scopigno (eds.) 2016. The Three Dimensions of Archaeology. Proceedings of the UISPP conference (Burgos, 1-7 September 2014).

S. Stellacci, C. Piccoli and D. Giglitto (eds.) (in preparation), Unforeseen paths: Transcending boundaries and sharing critical approaches to Architectural Heritage. Oxon: Routledge.

Peer-reviewed book chapters

C. Piccoli (forthcoming), “Home-making in 17th century Amsterdam: Investigating visual cues in domestic interiors by means of a 3D digital environment”, in G. Landeschi and E. Betts (eds.), Capturing the senses: Digital methods for sensory archaeologies, Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Springer.

C. Piccoli 2014. “Suppellettile da illuminazione”, in A. Akerraz, S. Camporeale, E. Papi (eds.), Sidi Ali ben Ahmed – Thamusida, 3. Le matériel. 214-37.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

W. Li and C. Piccoli (in preparation), “Investigating place and value of paitings in domestic interiors using digital tools: The case of Pieter de Graeff and the affluent burghers in Amsterdam”, invited article for the Special Issue on Digital History in the Low Countries Historical Review (BMGN-LCHR).

C. Piccoli (under review), “A peek behind the façade: The Virtual Interiors approach to visualise Herengracht 573 in the XVII century” invited article for the Special Issue on Public History in Storia Urbana

W. Li and C. Piccoli [shared first author] 2022, “Boedelinventarissen als hulpmiddel voor de reconstructies van interieurs”, in M. Hell (ed.), Amstelodamum. Alle Amsterdamse Akten. Ruzie, rouw en roddels bij de notaris, 1578-1915, 144-9.

H. Huurdeman and C. Piccoli [shared first author] 2021. “3D Reconstructions as Research Hubs: Geospatial Interfaces for Real-Time Data Exploration of Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam Domestic Interiors”, Open Archaeology 7, 314–336. Supplementary materials: Virtual Interiors Research Environment screencast (April 2021).

C. Piccoli 2017. “Visualizing antiquity before the digital age: Early and late modern reconstructions of Greek and Roman Cityscapes”, Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 47, 225-56.

C. Piccoli 2014. “3D reconstruction techniques as research tools in archaeology: The case study of Koroneia, Greece”, Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie 52, 1-6.

C. Piccoli 2013. “Publishing in the Republic of Letters: Behind the Scenes of Pieter van der Aa’s Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae (Leiden, 1704-25)”, Quaerendo 43 (2013), 61-82.

J. Bintliff, B. Noordervliet, J. van Zwienen, K. Wilkinson, B. Slapsak, V. Stissi, C. Piccoli and A. Vionis 2011. “The Leiden-Ljubljana Ancient Cities of Boeotia Project, 2010-2012 Season”, Pharos. Journal of the Netherlands Institute in Athens 19 (2), 1-34.  

C. Piccoli 2011. “The recording of Greek vernacular architecture” in Pharos. Journal of the Netherlands Institute in Athens 17 (2), 50-6. 

Conference proceedings

H. Huurdeman and C. Piccoli  2021. ““More than just a Picture” – The Importance of Context in Search User Interfaces for Three-Dimensional Content”, CHIIR ’20: Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval: March 14-18, 2020, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 338-342.

C. Piccoli 2016. “Enhancing GIS urban data with the 3rd dimension: A procedural modelling approach”, Keep the Revolution Going. Proceedings of 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods
in Archaeology Conference
(Siena, 30 March – 3 April 2015).

C. Piccoli, P. Aparajeya, G. Th. Papadopoulos [shared first author], J. Bintliff, F.F. Leymarie, P. Bes, M. van der Enden, J. Poblome, P. Daras 2015. “Towards the Automatic Classification of Pottery Sherds: Two Complementary Approaches”, in A. Traviglia (ed.), Across Space and Time. Selected Papers from the 41st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (Perth, WA, 25-28 March 2013).

C. Piccoli 2008. “La ricostruzione tridimensionale dell’unità commerciale e abitativa“, in E. Greco
and E. Papi (eds.), Hephaestia 2000-2006. Ricerche e scavi della Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Atene
in collaborazione con il dipartimento di Archeologia e Storia delle Arti dell’Università di Siena
Atti del Seminario (Siena – Certosa di Pontignano, 28-29 maggio 2007), Pandemos Edizioni, 243-6.

Encyclopaedia entries

C. Piccoli and A. Vionis [shared first author], “Housing architecture in late Medieval and Ottoman Boeotia” in Encyclopedia of the Hellenic World, (Foundation of the Hellenic World) 

Book reviews

C. Piccoli 2022. Review of Digital Cities: Between History and Archaeology, Maurizio Forte and Helena Murteira (eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2020. ISBN 9780190498900. Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie 66, 45-7.

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