ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof. Anna M. Reggiani, Rome, “The base of the Traianeum’s column has been discovered!”, Rome (11 Oct. 2014). And comments by Dr. Antonio L. Garcia, Spain (11 Oct. 2014).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof. Anna M. Reggiani, Rome, "The base of the Traianeum's column has been discovered!", Rome (11 Oct. 2014). And comments by Dr. Antonio L. Garcia, Spain (11 Oct. 2014).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof. Anna M. Reggiani, Rome, “The base of the Traianeum’s column has been discovered!”, Rome (11 Oct. 2014). And comments by Dr. Antonio L. Garcia, Spain (11 Oct. 2014).

— Rome, Italy (11 Oct. 2014). Today, prof. Anna M. Reggiani [former Archaeological Superintendent of Latium] following her tour of the Domus Romane exhibition at the Pal. Valentini, Prof. Reggiani was kind enough to share the following information relating to the progress of the archaeological | architectural surveys underway at the Pal. Valentini | Tempio dei Divi Traiano e Plotina.

Prof. A. M. Reggiani, wrote (via FACEBOOK | MESSENGER, personal communication) the following:

“…The base of the Traianeum’s column has been discovered! (…) The column (and its base) of the Traianeum are on display at Palazzo Valentini. (…) the foundation of one of the columns of the Traianeum has been discovered.”

— Spain (11 Oct. 2014). Shortly later, Dr. Antonio L. Garcia (i.e., see: Archeologia urbana e collezionismo di marmi antichi: l’esperienza del Museo “Radici del presente” nel palazzo delle Assicurazioni Generali a Piazza Venezia, ROMA [03|10|2014]) was kind enough also to discuss with me information of the relating to the similiar “Traianeum” near Seville, Spain.

Dr. Garcia, wrote (via FACEBOOK | MESSENGER, personal communication) the following after reading prof. Reggiani’s comment:

“…But it is the first time that I have heard Traianeum for that temple… The so-called Traianeum is a building similar in shape to the Templum Pacis that is in the city of Italica, near to Seville in Spain.”

Dr. Garcia, also sent the following information: “…Traianeum de Itálica (Santiponce, Sevilla). Planta – El Traianeum de Italica estaba situado en la Nova Urbs y presenta unas dimensiones generales de 107, 60 x 80,10 m.” in:

http://www.artehistoria.jcyl.es/v2/obras/19416.htm

Notes:

— A special thank you to Prof. A. M. Reggiani, for the news of the base of the Traianeum’s column at the Pal. Valentini in Rome. And also to Dr. Garcia for information of the Traianeum de Itálica (Santiponce, Sevilla). As well as Dr. Poala Baldassarri of Rome (by way of Dr. Garcia), who was kind enough to forward to me a copy her recent article on the Tempio dei Divi Traiano e Plotina, in: Baldassarri P., “Alla ricerca del tempio perduto: indagini archeologiche a Palazzo Valentini e il templum divi Traiani et divae Plotinae,” ARCHEOLOGIA CLASSICA, Vol. LXIV – n.s. II, 3 (2013), pp. 371 – 481.

Foto Fonte | source:

Fig. 45. | p. 425, Roma, Palazzo Valentini, tempio dei Divi Traiano e Plotina. Ipotesi ricostruttiva degli ambienti interni al podio e ipotetico ingombro del tempio (dis. R. Sandri); in: Baldassarri P., ARCH. CL., Vol. LXIV – n.s. II, 3 (2013), pp. 371 – 481.

Also see:

Dr. Garcia’s and Dr. Baldassarri’s, recent presentations at the palazzo delle Assicurazioni Generali conference in Rome:

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Archeologia urbana e collezionismo di marmi antichi: l’esperienza del Museo “Radici del presente” nel palazzo delle Assicurazioni Generali a Piazza Venezia, ROMA (03|10|2014).

http://wp.me/pPRv6-2n4

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Dott. P. Baldassarri, ALLA RICERCA DEL TEMPIO PERDUTO: INDAGINI ARCHEOLOGICHE A PAL. VALENTINI E IL TEMPLUM DIVI TRAIANI ET DIVIAE PLOTINAE, ArchCl. LXIV (2013), pp. 371-481. [pp. 1 -2].

http://wp.me/pPRv6-2pa

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Foto e Stampa varii 1 di 310 | foto’s & news 1 thru 310, in: Il Foro di Traiano – Tempio di Traiano – scavi (1998-2013 & 1989-97). | The Forum of Trajan – Temple of Trajan – excavations (1998-2013, 1989-97).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA: Piazza Venezia - Tra la fine del 1800 e l’inizio del 1900, a seguito della realizzazione del monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II & Piazza Venezia (2009-13),  RADICI DEL PRESENTE (2013) & Pietro Strorti - Trivioquadrivio (2013).

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