ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: News From the SSBAR in Rome – “…Martin! You really help classics stay alive in the USA,” e-mail comment by scholar and former reader of ROM-ARCH Yahoo.group (22 December 2011 [10|2014]).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: News From the SSBAR in Rome - "...Martin! You really help classics stay alive in the USA," e-mail comment by scholar and former reader of ROM-ARCH Yahoo.group (22 December 2011 [10|2014]).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: News From the SSBAR in Rome – “…Martin! You really help classics stay alive in the USA,” e-mail comment by scholar and former reader of ROM-ARCH Yahoo.group (22 December 2011 [10|2014]).

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“Dear Dr. Mariarosaria Barbera, Dr. Rossella Rea & Dr. Arch. Barbara Nazzaro, why is there no “NEW” information available on the website of the SSBAR in Rome regarding the important archaeological investigations conducted in the area of the Imperial Forums and the Metro C investigations along the Via dei Fori Imperiali (2006-14) as conducted by the Italian scholars of the SSBAR of Rome?”

Thank you
Martin G. Conde
Washington DC, USA
20 October 2014.

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“Thank you for this, as for all the interesting notices you bring to our attention, Martin! You really help keep [the] Classics [of Roman antiquity] stay alive in the USA.”

E-mail comment by classical scholar and reader of the former ROM-ARCH@yahoo.group.com (22 December 2011).

On Dec 22, 2011, at 7:04 AM, Martin G. Conde wrote:

ROMA – BENI CULTURALI – BLOCCHI LAPIDEI RIUTIZZATI DEL COLOSSEO. Di Dott.ssa Cinzia Conti, Ecole Francaise de Roma (2008), pp. 27-40.
ROMA - BENI CULTURALI - BLOCCHI LAPIDEI RIUTIZZATI DEL COLOSSEO. Di Dott.ssa Cinzia Conti, Ecole Francaise de Roma (2008), pp. 27-40.

– Dott.ssa Cinzia Conti, Il blocco di travertino scolpito raffigurate Priapo. Il Restauro Severiano, pp. 27-29 / figg. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, & 8. in: AA.VV, Il Reimpiego in architettura: recupero, trasformazione, uso. Collection de l’ Ecole francaise de Rome, n. 418 (2008).

– Fotografie a colori del Colosseo: GOOGLE EARTH / MAPS (2011),
& Martin G. Conde (2008) | M. G. Conde (22/12/2011).

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Also see: ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: I Fori Imperiali & Via dei Fori Imperiali (1996 & 2011).

“I am an undergraduate art history student at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, IL; working a ‘senior thesis’ on fascist period archaeology and urbanism in Rome. My interest is specifically the Fori Imperiali, Ara Pacis and mausoleum of Augustus. (If curious, I came upon this topic during a study abroad program last spring with the American University of Rome.) I have hit a wall trying to find information about recent debates, activities and such surrounding the destruction of the Via dei Fori Imperiali and excavating the Fori Imperiali. Some sources I have read say (very briefly) the removal of the Via dei Fori Imperiali is definite and others say it will never happen. What, or who exactly is either stopping ‘them’ from ripping this road out, or preserving it? I understand excavations are continuing in the Forum of Nerva, but I have no details. Do you know the immediate plans in excavating this area? Any information would be helpful and much appreciated.”

Prof. Linda A. Nolan, [then under-graduate student | art-history],
in: “The Imperial Fora Debate & Excavations,” [e-mail query], cited from:
The ‘ROMARCH – Internet List Server,’ (February 1996 [retrieved as of May 2001]).

s.v.,

Rome, Archaeology and the Imperial Fora: Prof. Linda A. Nolan, touring the Imperial Fora in Roma (Jan. 21, 2011), a special thank you to Prof. L. A. Nolan and the students of the Iowa State University Rome Project for their permission to republish their photograph. Fonte/source: ISU Rome Program, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, and Colosseum (with Linda Nolan). Rome, January 21st, 2011.

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: The Imperial Fora & Prof. Linda A. Nolan touring ruins of the Imperial Fora in Rome (Jan. 21, 2011) & Comments by L. Nolan ([then] undergraduate student) on the Imperial Fora (‘Romarch’) [list-server], Feb. 1996.

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