The use of visualization technology to document, investigate and re interpret archaeological contexts has increased exponentially in the last years. Despite the huge progress achieved in the field of visualization technologies, and the possibilities to easily implement digital methodologies during the ongoing investigation process, very few progresses have been done in defining new methods for the documentation and the interpretation of archaeological contexts. How can we employ a 3D model to interpret archaeological contexts? How the use of these new data will change our perception of the past? The seminar will be focused on the presentation and discussion of different experiments for the definition of new pipelines of data collection and data visualization in archaeology.