I was trained as a Classicist in Rome (Sapienza-Università di Roma), where I gained my Undergraduate and Master’s Degree and specialised in Hellenistic poetry. In 2017, I moved to Oxford for a DPhil, where I worked on a thesis on the epigrams of Leonidas of Tarentum. In the meantime, I have also cultivated an interest for inscribed epigram and epigraphic poetry more broadly and I have received training in Digital Epigraphy and EpiDoc on the side. I have started working on Greek verse inscriptions as a Rome Awardee at the British School at Rome (2021) and then at the University of Vienna (2022) as an Ernst Mach Scholar and visiting member of the ERC-funded project MAPPOLA (Mapping out the Poetic Landscape(s) of the Roman Empire). As of Spring 2022, I am back in Oxford with an award from Sapienza-Università di Roma in collaboration with the Faculty of Classics of Oxford/CSAD. Here at the CSAD, I will continue my research on Greek verse inscriptions; at the same time, I will be contributing to the digital version of the Corpus of Ptolemaic Inscriptions by encoding epigraphic material and I will be working with the newly established FAIR Epigraphy project AHRC-DFG project focussing on standards and best practices for digital epigraphy (XML, RTI, photography).