Rome – Dr. Stefania Faro, Italian Archaeologist and ‘Guida Turistica’ (Rome 29/07/2010).

Rome – Dr. Stefania Faro, Italian Archaeologist and ‘Guida Turistica’ (Rome 29/07/2010).
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Dr. Stefania Faro / Facebook (2010).

Rome – Dr. Stefania Faro, Italian Archaeologist and ‘Guida Turistica’ (Rome 29/07/2010).

Dr. Stefania Faro / FLICKR (2010).

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Rome, Palazzo Valentini, Forum of Trajan: R. Lanciani, 1897, Fig. 122, p. 319: “Heads of animals discovered in the Forum of Trajan. [ca. 1878].”

Rome, Palazzo Valentini, Forum of Trajan: R. Lanciani, 1897, Fig. 122, p. 319: “Heads of animals discovered in the Forum of Trajan. [ca. 1878].”

R. Lanciani, wrote:
“…The curious set of heads of animals, alluding, perhaps, to the conquest of Arabia made by Cornelius Palma, formerly in the court of the palace [Valentini], was removed in 1878 to the Collegio Romano, and again in 1890 to the Museo delle Terme.” (Fig. 122. — Heads of animals discovered in the Forum of Trajan.”

cfr: R. Lanciani, The Ruins and Excavations of ancient Rome. (1897), pg. 319 / fig. 122.

Rome, Reconstruction the Domus Aurea and the lake, ca. 64-68 AD. Foto source, and permission to be republished on this site by: Edward Grad. Rome, April 2010, Copyright and All Rights Reserved 2010.

Rome, Reconstruction the Domus Aurea and the lake, ca. 64-68 AD.
Roma, Domus Aurea, ca. 64-68 a.D, ricostruzione digitale in mostra al Colosseo (04.2010).
Foto source, and permission to be republished on this site by: Edward Grad. Rome, April 2010, Copyright and All Rights Reserved 2010.
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Rome – Palazzo Valentini / Forum of Trajan: the ‘Domus Romane’ to become a permanent archaeological exhibit. Provincia di Roma (15/10/2010).

Rome – Palazzo Valentini / Forum of Trajan: the ‘Domus Romane’ to become a permanent archaeological exhibit. Provincia di Roma (15/10/2010).
Roma – Palazzo Valentini / Il Foro di Traiano: ‘Domus Romane:’ gli scavi di Palazzo Valentini diventano esposizione permanente. Provincia di Roma (15/10/2010).
Fonti / source: Provincia di Roma =
http://www.provincia.roma.it/news/domus-romane-gli-scavi-di-palazzo-valentini-diventano-esposizione-permanente

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof. James Packer,”Digitizing Imperial Rome: A computerized Approach to the Architectural History of the Roman Imperial Forum.” James Packer, Professor Emeritus Northwestern University (2010).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof. James Packer,”Digitizing Imperial Rome: A computerized Approach to the Architectural History of the Roman Imperial Forum.” James Packer, Professor Emeritus Northwestern University (2010). [1].

Abstract – Digitizing Imperial Rome: A computerized Approach to the Architectural History of the Roman Imperial Forum. [2].

“Although each year millions of people visit the Roman Forum – the center of Rome’s former remarkable empire – they find only one or two partially preserved structures and piles of architectural fragments. Most of the ancient buildings, apart from the few converted into churches, collapsed after centuries of neglect, leaving their remains to be quarried by later generations. The details of the individual buildings are still not widely understood, and the Forum has never been studied as a unified architectural composition. Moreover, owing to new archaeological studies and advances in computer technology in the last fifteen years[1], it is now possible both to reconstruct the Forum’s monuments accurately and, with these new reconstructions, to comprehend the design and meaning of the whole site. These considerations led my colleague, Professor and Architect Gilbert Gorski [3], and me to undertake our new, digitally based study of the Forum. [4].

Our work clarifies the design of the buildings around the Forum’s central core. It collects, for the first time in English, the most important material related each of the major monuments and shows visually their structure, size and original appearance. Over a period of nearly forty years (29 B.C. – A.D. 10), Augustus rebuilt the site, and thereafter, in material, size structure and decoration, its buildings related clearly to one another. Together they impressively represented the power and prestige both of Augustus own regime and that of the Mediterranean Empire it governed.

With some missteps (the short-lived colossal equestrian state of Domitian, the unfortunately situated, enormous, gaudy Arch of Severus), later emperors carefully maintained Augustus’ design and structures, even as they rebuilt many of the monuments after disastrous fires. The late third century A.D. additions of Diocletian maintained this tradition but added a fashionable, new architectural framework that expressed that emperor’s optimistic hopes for the future of his recently reassembled Empire. Only the end of Rome as an imperial capital doomed the site to neglect, ruin, transformation and, from the 18th century on, to the investigations of modern excavators.”

Prof. James E. Packer, October 11th, 2010.

Mussolini’s Rome – The ‘Via Dell’ Impero’ and the ‘Imperial Forums’ (1924-40): The New Studies of the Fascist Systemization of the Imperial Forums and the Unpublished Archaeological Findings (1995-2010). pp. 1-21. Martin G. Conde, Oct. 2010.

Mussolini’s Rome – The ‘Via Dell’ Impero’ and the ‘Imperial Forums’ (1924-40): The New Studies of the Fascist Systemization of the Imperial Forums and the Unpublished Archaeological Findings (1995-2010). pp. 1-21. Oct 10, 2010.
The purpose of this bibliographical reference paper is to provide university students, scholars with a supplementary updated bibliographical listing of the more recent scholarly publications and Italian news articles ([ca. 150 + listings] dating from 1995 to Oct. 2010) in reference to the Fascist period excavations in the Imperial Forums and simultaneous construction of the Via dell‟ Impero [now Via dei Fori Imperiali] between 1930-1936.
Introduction, pp. 1-2.
– Part. 1. “Via dell’impero. Nascita di una strada, demolizioni e scavi: 1930-1936. Scavi archeologici, sterri e demolizioni per l’apertura di via dell’Impero.” by: Umberto Broccoli, Claudio Parisi Presicce, & Maria Elisa Tittoni. Rome, July 22, 2009, pp. 3-7.
– Part. 2. Bibliography, Further Reading and [with Electronic] References, pp. 8-21.

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PDF FILE = Rome: Via dell Impero & Imperial Forums Bibliography 1995-2010.

LightHouse Travel. Tour e visite guidate a Roma e in provincia! Dott.ssa Stefania Faro (Roma).

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1). Roma – Foro Romano – Basilica Aemilia “Memoria di Roma – Gli Aemilii e la Basilica nel Foro. (Mostra -21.04.2010-26.09.2010). Foto: Dott.ssa Stefania Faro, Roma 28.04.2010. © Dott.ssa Stefania Faro 2010.

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2). ROME – ARCHAEOLOGICAL NEWS: “Roma – Scavi al Colosseo, ultimi tesori (i cantieri della Metro C)…” /
The New Metro C Excavations & Discoveries at the Colosseum (May 30, 2008). ©
Foto: Stefania Faro 2008.
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3). Dott.ssa Stefania Faro, “Un Contesto di Età Neroniana dalle Pendici Nord-Orientali del Palatino: classificazione e studio dei reperti.” Tesi di diploma (votazione: 70 e lode/70) – Correlatore Prof.ssa Clementina Panella. La Sapienza (Marzo 2009).
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4). Rome – Prof. Clementina Panella: Archaeological Investigations & Discoveries (2002-2008) –
THE META SUDANS & THE N.E SLOPE OF THE PALATINE HILL (Summer 2008). Foto: Maurizo Necci (July 2008).
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Dott.ssa Stefania Faro, stesitula’s photostream / foto collection.
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