2007 - on going
- Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio per le province di Caserta e Benevento
- Museo Provinciale Campano di Capua (director Dr. Antonino Del Prete)
The research in Capua have been carried out on the ceramics from the Museo Provinciale Campano di Capua and also includes the finds from several contexts: Albergo degli anziani, Alveo Marotta, Fondo Patturelli, Piazza Milbitz, Viale Kennedy, Curti - Immobildior, Curti - Proprietà Capitelli, Curti - Proprietà Perinelli and Casagiove - Necropoli.
Near the Patturelli site, outside the Eastern part of the wall of the ancient city of Capua (present day S. Maria Capua Vetere), a sanctuary has been discovered, probably dedicated to a female deity (many statuettes of Matres Matutae were found in the site). A great deal of ceramic materials originate from the sanctuary, which has many different phases of life, dating from the 6th century to the 1st century B.C. (Sampaolo 2011) especially black gloss pottery and cooking ware.
Excavations carried out in loc. Piazza Milbitz, instead, have brought to light the remains of a furnace, badly preserved and not yet published: many production debris have been found, all consisting of pear-shaped and fusiform unguentaria, sometimes showing on the external surface traces of black-paint decoration, that can be dated between the 4th and 3rd c. BC. The discovery of Piazza Milbitz site has aroused a lot of interest, mainly because of its possible connection with the perfume production in Capua.