Volume 32.1 is divided into two parts. The first includes the articles proposed annually to the journal by Italian and foreign scholars who illustrate interdisciplinary archaeological research in which the use of information technologies is crucial for the acquisition, processing and interpretation of data. Statistical analysis techniques, databases, GIS and spatial analysis, three-dimensional survey techniques and virtual reconstructions, multimedia systems, help to document the testimonies of the past and to disseminate the results of scientific research. The second part of the volume contains a special insert edited by Angela Bellia and dedicated to an innovative theme, archeomusicology, a multidisciplinary research field that adopts the methods of archeology for the study of music and musical life in the ancient world. The articles focus on the role of digital technologies based on 3D modeling and sound simulation in expanding knowledge on musical instruments of antiquity and on the precious, but extremely labile, sound heritage. The section dedicated to Notes and Reviews closes the volume.