Pompei – Bomb Damage in 1943 the ‘Schola Armaturarum’ (III. 3.6) in 1943; & Prof. Amedeo Maiuri – War Damage (Oct.7th, 1943).

Pompei – Bomb Damage in 1943 the ‘Schola Armaturarum’ (III. 3.6) in 1943; & Prof. Amedeo Maiuri – War Damage (Oct.7th, 1943).

Foto: Fonte / source: Laurentino García y García, Danni di guerra a Pompei: una dolorosa vicenda quasi dimenticata : con numerose notizie sul Museo pompeiano distrutto nel 1943, Roma – ERMA Bretschneider (2006).
Fig. 11 / p. 26. “Pompeii: Bomb Damage 1943,”
Fig. 69 / p. 55. “[Armaturarum /] Armamentarium III. iii, 6, dopo il bombardamento / Foto SAP neg. n. 368.”
Fig. 70 / p. 55. “[Armaturarum /] Armamentarium III. iii, 6, dopo il restauro del [Amedeo] Maiuri/ Foto SAP neg. n. 368.”

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Also see: Pompei – Bomb Damage in 1943 =

– The Problems Relating to the Management & Excavations of the Archaeological Ruins of Herculaneum / Pompeii as Reported in Foreign Press (1904-2002). [Prof. Amedeo Maiuri – War Damage] “Naples preserved Most of its Art.” The N. Y. Times, Oct. 7, 1943. p. 5 [1/2].
http://www.flickr.com/photos/imperial_fora_of_rome/5163418441/in/set-72157625228928209/

– The Problems Relating to the Management & Excavations of the Archaeological Ruins of Herculaneum / Pompeii as Reported in Foreign Press (1904-2002). [Prof. Amedeo Maiuri – War Damage] “Naples preserved Most of its Art.” The N. Y. Times, Oct. 7, 1943. p. 5 [2/2].
http://www.flickr.com/photos/imperial_fora_of_rome/5163417825/in/set-72157625228928209/

– The Problems Relating to the Management & Excavations of the Archaeological Ruins of Herculaneum / Pompeii as Reported in Foreign Press (1904-2002). [Italy 1943 -] “Damage At Pompeii British Officer’s Account.” The Times (LONDON), Nov. 9, 1943, p. 3.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/imperial_fora_of_rome/5163941526/in/set-72157625228928209/

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