ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETURA. “ROMA SPARITA FA SCHIFO” – Dr. Lucia Prandi, Fondatrice at “ROMA SPARITA”, Ital. Archaeologist, (ROMA – LA SAPIENZA). “Dr. Prandi, who in Rome trained to you to be such an unprofessional & incompetent archaeologist? (07|02|2015).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETURA. "ROMA SPARITA FA SCHIFO" - Dr. Lucia Prandi, Fondatrice at "ROMA SPARITA", Ital. Archaeologist, (ROMA - LA SAPIENZA). "Dr. Prandi, who in Rome trained to you to be such an unprofessional & incompetent archaeologist? (07|02|2015).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETURA. “ROMA SPARITA FA SCHIFO” – Dr. Lucia Prandi, Fondatrice at “ROMA SPARITA”, Ital. Archaeologist, (ROMA – LA SAPIENZA). “Dr. Prandi, who in Rome trained to you to be such an unprofessional & incompetent archaeologist? (07|02|2015).

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ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETURA. “ROMA SPARITA FA SCHIFO” – Dr. Lucia Prandi, Fondatrice at “ROMA SPARITA”, Ital. Archaeologist, (ROMA – LA SAPIENZA). “Dr. Prandi, you’re not only an unprofessional & incompetent archaeologist! You’re also not a very good Liar!” (09|02|2015).

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Dr. Prandi, I have the unfortunately pleasure of having to contact you again in regards to your website of “ROMA SPARITA” of improperly copying photographs from my site in WORDPRESS, and then posting them on your site of “ROMA SPARITA” see: Roma, “Il Colosseo 1888,” in: ROMA SPARITA & ROMA SPARITA | FACEBOOK (07|02|2015).

Rather than asking you to properly add the correct ‘Fonte | Source’ for the photograph of the ‘Il Colosseo 1888,’ [= The National Baseball Hall of Fame | THE NEW YORK TIMES (11 March 2014)]; Yet because I know from my past awful experience of having to deal with you, Dr. Prandi and the website “ROMA SPARITA”, I know your too unprofessional and too incompetent to properly resolve the problem.

You, Dr. Prandi, you’re poor work on, as well as lack of management and effective administration skills as noted on the website “Roma Sparita,” is a reflection of you being a very unprofessional, incompetent & poorly trained Italian archaeologist. Who at the La Sapienza allowed you to progress as an Italian archaeologist? What is worse, Dr. Prandi, is seeing your fat stupid ass propped up against the tomb of Italian architect | Archaeologist Prof. Giacomo Boni on the Palatine Hill of Rome in 2011; this is just revolting.

And finally, Dott.ssa Prandi, had you simply followed the professional Italian standard practices of properly citing the correct and original “Fonte | Sources” of your work on “ROMA SPARITA & ROMA SPARITA FACEBOOK”, we would not be having this conversation now, would we?

“…Ma anche i giardini con la tomba di Giacomo Boni, il padre dell’archeologia italiana, al centro del Palatino sono una scena di abbandono.” Fonte: l’Espresso (02|10|2013).

Thank you
Martin G. Conde
Washington DC, USA
mgconde[@]yahoo.com

MARTIN G. CONDE: Washington D.C., USA. Ricercatore indipendente, si sta specializzando in studi del patrimonio archeologico, architettonico e culturale della città di Roma, e questioni relative (02|1999 – oggi).

 Roma, "Ladri di immagini: Alvaro de Alvariis denuncia Roma Sparita di Facebook," 06 blog | BLOGO NEWS Scritto da: RondoneR - (venerdì 2 luglio 2010).

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FOTO FONTE SOURCES:

FOTO LEFT =

— Roma, “Il Colosseo 1888,” in: ROMA SPARITA & ROMA SPARITA | FACEBOOK (07|02|2015).

http://www.romasparita.eu/foto-roma-sparita/90270/colosseo-196

https://www.facebook.com/Roma.Sparita?fref=nf

— ROMA ARCHITETTURA e BENI CULTURALI: Dopo il commento di Obama, L’americano che nell’800 provò a portare il baseball al Colosseo in 1888, RAI NEWS (30|03|2014) | THE NEW YORK TIMES (11 March 2014).

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— Rome, Spalding’s Australian baseball Tour – Albert Spalding with two teams of maor league baseball players and this photograph finds the group posed in November 1888 inside the Colosseum of Rome, Italy. The National Baseball Hall of Fame | THE NEW YORK TIMES (11 March 2014).

http://mobile.nytimes.com/slideshow/2014/03/11/sports/baseball/australia-baseball.html

Rome, Spalding’s Australian baseball Tour – Albert Spalding with two teams of maor league baseball players and this photograph finds the group posed in November 1888 inside the Colosseum of Rome, Italy. The National Baseball Hall of Fame | THE NEW YORK TIMES (11 March 2014).

Nota | Note:

“Buonasera Conde, (…) Per fonte della fotografia, si intende chi possiede i negativi e chi ha eseguito scatto originale non chi l’ha digitalizzata/copiata e postata sul proprio sito. Per quanto riguarda immagini stampate si cita il libro di provenienza e non chi l’ha scannerizzata/digitalizzata/copiata e postata sul proprio sito.”

Distinti saluti, lo staff di Roma Sparita (08/05/14)

“Good evening Conde, With source of a photograph, we mean those who own the negatives and took the original shot and not the person who digitalized / copied and posted it on its website . As for printed images, we cite the book of origin and not the person who scanned / digitalized / copied and posted it on its website .”

Sincerely , the staff of Roma Sparita (08/05/14).

 

FOTO CENTER =

— ROME, “Descrizione: Palatino, orti farnesiani, due archeologi, Anno: 14 gennaio 2011, Fotografo: Sabrina di Sante,” Dr. Lucia Prandi, Fondatrice at “ROMA SPARITA” | FACEBOOK (07|02|2015).

https://www.facebook.com/lucia.prandi?fref=photo

FOTO RIGHT =

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETURA. “Ladri di immagini: Alvaro de Alvariis denuncia Roma Sparita di Facebook.” (02/07/2010). 06blog /Blogo.it / il Tribunale di Milano © 2004-2010. [Part I].

"Ladri di immagini: Alvaro de Alvariis denuncia Roma Sparita di Facebook." (02/07/2010). 06blog /Blogo.it / il Tribunale di Milano © 2004-2010. [Part I].

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: ROMA IERI, ROMA OGGI DI ALVARO DE ALVARIIS (2009 - 2015) | 63950 Foto. [07|2015]. Foto: MAPPING MEDIEVAL ROME (07|2015).

— Roma, “Ladri di immagini: Alvaro de Alvariis denuncia Roma Sparita di Facebook,” 06 blog | BLOGO NEWS Scritto da: RondoneR – (venerdì 2 luglio 2010).

http://www.06blog.it/post/8970/ladri-di-immagini-alvaro-de-alvariis-denuncia-roma-sparita-di-facebook

— Roma, foto varii, in: “Roma ieri, Roma oggi di Alvaro de Alvariis.” Un album on line di Roma © Alvaro de Alvariis 2010 [02|2015].

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dealvariis/sets/

s.v., Roma, “Pirata Informatico – Il set è completamente a cura di Facebook Roma Sparita, miei sono i commenti. I messaggi di Maurizio Rauco, che parlano da soli, sono stati cancellati dagli amministratori di Roma Sparita ma, per loro sfortuna dopo che li avevo fotografati, [Foto 1 di 21], in: ‘Pirata Informatico Roma ieri, Roma oggi di Alvaro de Alvariis,’ (11|03|2011) [02|2015].

10/04/2010 Il Corsaro

FONTE | SOURCES:

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e BENI CULTURALI: Martin G. Conde, “I Fori Imperiali & Via Dell’ Impero,” in: Roma Sparita | Foto storiche [05|2014]. Si prega di rimuovere le mie fotografie dal tuo sito.

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

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e BENI CULTURALI: Roma – “…Ma anche i giardini con la tomba di Giacomo Boni, il padre dell’ archeologia italiana, al centro del Palatino sono una scena di abbandano,” in: “SCANDALOSI – I Fori Imperiali sono ancora un disastro,” l’Espresso (02|10|2013).

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA: "...Ma anche i giardini con la tomba di Giacomo Boni, il padre dell' archeologia italiana, al centro del Palatino sono una scena di abbandano," in: “SCANDALOSI – I Fori Imperiali sono ancora un disastro,” l’Espresso (02|10|2013).

— Prof. Thomas Ashby, Jr.; “RECENT EXCAVATIONS IN ROME,” THE CLASSICAL REVIEW (1906), p. 328, in: ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: PARCO DEI FORI IMPERIALI & VIA DEI MONTI di G. Giovannoni, G. Boni, C. Ricci & V. Morpurgo (1911-13 & 1919|1924), Foto: “Dall’ alto dell Palatino, Giacomo Boni spiega al Presidente Alvear (Argentina) il Foro Romano,” (1922).

“…But Comm. [Giacomo] Boni’s idea of forming in the new museum [of the Roman Forum] a reference library and a collection of photographs of Roman monuments from all parts of the Roman world is a good one. Such a collection will be of very considerable use to students, if can combine completeness with simplicity of arrangement. There will, of course, be plans and photographs of the Forum itself, and of drawings and views, from the fifteenth century onwards, relating to it, many of which are of greatest value for the study of the subject. Comm. Boni’s appeal to those who are interested in it to contribute any books, publications or photographs that have any bearing upon it, and it is to be hoped that further help will be forthcoming towards the formation of the collection.”

Prof. Thomas Ashby, Jr.;
“RECENT EXCAVATIONS IN ROME,”
THE CLASSICAL REVIEW (1906), p. 328.

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