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and maybe even at the beginning of the third, some models of funerary monuments, more expensive and perhaps socially worthy of greater consideration, were also adopted from customers with fewer economic resources A new reading of a fragmentary epigraph placed on the front of one of the ciboria displayed in the Church of S. If the identification is correct, there woulde be some partial documentation of the excavation of 1882, which shows the presence of structures of the late-republican or the early imperial age demolished in the late roman age and surmounted by burials in amphora.
Maria delle Grazie at Grado allows us a precise dating. Stefano Magnani, Martina Meyr, Elisabetta Gagetti, Mario Fiorentini, maurizio buora, Caterina Previato, Marc Mayer-Olivé, Diana Dobreva, Alka Starac, Veronica Groppo, Silvia Cipriano, Giordana Amabili, Maurizio Castoldi, Gwenaël Bertocco, Lorenza Rizzo, Michele Matteazzi, Silvia Pellegrini, Ilaria Serchia, Eugenio Tamburrino, Rosanina Invernizzi, Alessandra Marchello, Eleonora Romanò, Luca Pintaudi, Marialetizia Buonfiglio, Patrizia Fortini, Monica Ceci, Massimo Brando, Valentina Pica, Francesco Marco Paolo Carrera, Carlotta Franceschelli, pier luigi dall'aglio, Luisa Pellegrini Masnata, Clelia Alfonsi, Federica Pantano, Giulia Doronzo, francesca romana stasolla, Ugo Fusco, dario rose, Diana Raiano, Dino Lombardo, Stefano De Togni, Stefania Ferrante, Erica Rowan, Daniele De Simone, Mario Grimaldi, eleonora A grillo, Rosa Torre, Giovanni Polizzi, Nadia Canu, Massimo Cultraro, Cesare Felici, Christof Flügel e Fabiana Susini I sistemi di smaltimento delle acque nel mondo antico Incontro di Studio, Aquileia, 6-8 aprile 2017 Organizzazione a cura di Maurizio Buora ([email protected]) e Stefano Magnani ([email protected]) Proseguendo la tradizione dei convegni tematici periodicamente organizzati ad Aquileia, la Società Friulana di Archeologia e il Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici e del Patrimonio Culturale dell’Università di Udine organizzano nei giorni 6-8 aprile 2017 un incontro dedicato ai sistemi di smaltimento delle acque nel mondo antico.
Initially the area was a private space with evidence of a lead workshop, possibly attributed, thanks to a stamp designating a freedman, to the ownership of the Caesernii. Mobiliers d'équipement et d'entretien des véhicules terrestres, fluviaux et maritimes.
Later it was used as a public space for the construction of the city wall, and finally as a cemetery for at least two centuries. Musée départemental de l’Arles antique, Arles (FR), 14-16 juin 2017Isabelle Bertrand, maurizio buora, Olivier Blamangin, Elise Vigier, Patrick Defaix, Stéphanie RAUX, Alyssa Giraudo, Enrique Gutiérrez Cuenca, Isabelle Rodet-Belarbi, Michel Feugère, Gabriella Kohári, Massimo Capulli, Stefi Floreani e Eckhard Deschler-Erb The excavation by Eugenio Ritter along the via Annia in 1882 and the city planning of Roman Aquileia in the western neighborhoods The nineteenth-century documents preserved in the Archives of the National Archaeological Museum of Aquileia - too long neglected - allow today new acquisitions also in light of subsequent discoveries.
alla Rivista di archeologia, 31, 2017, 95-108This paper considers an interesting roman funerary urn, housed in the porch on the ground floor of the palace Mangilli of Udine.
The nineteenth-century decor – which includes antiques, from Aquileia, and contemporary works of ancient subject, made by the sculptor Luigi Minisini, born in Udine – reflects the literary and figurative culture of the Udinese aristocracy. Licinius Trophimus, is known since the Renaissance: the main interest lies in the fact that it reproduces, in miniature, a sarcophagus.
Maria delle Grazie at Grado allows us a precise dating.Aerial photographs such as those of the USAAF are very important for understanding the Roman Aquileia map. This is the case of an excavation carried out in 1882 at the end of the via Annia, near the late roman walls, well known by the archeological literature, especially by Enrico Maionica.This paper proposes as an example an extra-urban agglomeration and a building, partly excavated by Giovanni Battista Brusin almost seventy years ago and still unpublished. In his article (1889), Eugenio Ritter mentions a structure that is now referred to a cultural practice.It provides us with a new detail about the life of Patriarch Fortunate II who supposedly brought a gift for his church back with him from Jerusalem.