Ambra D'Alessandro is an archaeologist with a PhD from the Pontifical Institute of Christian Archaeology with a thesis entitled "The burials in the villas of the Roman suburbs between Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages" (supervisor Prof. L. Spera, co-rapporteur PH. Pergola), with vote: Magna Cum Laude.
She is currently a PhD. student in Archaeology and Post-classical Antiquities at the Sapienza University of Rome, (XXXVII cycle) with a thesis entitled: "The topography of Jerusalem: from Constantine to the siege of Saladin" (tutor: F.R. Stasolla, co-tutor: M. V. David).
He obtained his bachelor's degree in "Archaeology and History of Arts" at the University of Naples "Federico II" and Master's degree in "Archaeology" at Sapienza University of Rome with top grades.