ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof.ssa Clementina Panella (et al.), Crowdfunding Project for Ancient Rome’s Archeological Excavation on the slope of the Palatine Hill and in the Valley of the Colosseum. “LoveItaly!” & the La Sapienza University of Rome (2016).

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ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof.ssa Clementina Panella (et al.), Crowdfunding Project for Ancient Rome’s Archeological Excavation on the slope of the Palatine Hill and in the Valley of the Colosseum. “LoveItaly!” & the La Sapienza University of Rome (2016).

Abstract: A passionate team of research assistants and graduate students from La Sapienza University are digging in a magnificent archeological site full of Roman history on the slope of the Palatine Hill and in the Valley of the Colosseum. Lingering in the walls and monuments of this site are the forgotten stories of an ancient society. The research and excavation proposed for this project will use next-generation materials and technology to unlock information, allowing us to see back in time. Identification of more specific historical periods and the significance of materials and structures will be our bridge to a better understanding of Ancient Rome. We want these secrets known not only to our scientific community, but to people all over the world.

The excavation program planned for 2016 stems from investigations already begun under the direction of Professor Clementina Panella from the Sapienza University of Rome and with the help of CISTeC (Research Centre in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Historical-Architectural Heritage, Sapienza University of Rome) under the Direction of Professor Maria Laura Santarelli. The project is located in the Archeological Park of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill surrounded by the Temple of Venus, the arches of Titus and Constantine, and looking outward toward the Colosseum – dominant in the foreground.

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— Copyright © 2016 LoveItaly!

http://crowdfunding.loveitaly.org/projects/21-excavating-in-ancient-rome-valley-of-the-colosseum-and-palatine-hill

s.v.,

— Prof.ssa Clementina Panella Sapienza University of Rome – Italy, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Faculty Member (academia.edu).

https://uniroma1.academia.edu/ClementinaPanella

— Prof.ssa Clementina Panella, Roma-Piazza del Colosseo, area della Meta Sudans; pendici nord-orientali del Palatino. Dipartimento Di Scienze Dell’ Antichita, La Sapienza (2002-2016) [aggiornato 2016].

http://digilab2.let.uniroma1.it/palatino/it

— Dott.ssa Sabina Zeggio, Sovrintendenza di Roma Capitale, Servizio Territorio, Carta dell’Agro e Forma Urbis Romae, Faculty Member (academia.edu).

https://sovraintendenzaroma.academia.edu/SabinaZeggio

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: S. ZEGGIO, Le aree studio. L’antico che torna alla luce. Valle del Colosseo, velia, Largo Corrado Ricci, Fori Imperiali, in R. PANELLA (a cura), Roma la città dei Fori. Progetto di sistemazione dell’area archeologica tra Piazza Venezia e il Colosseo, Roma 2013, [ITALIANO & ENGLISH] [pdf] pp. 72-107.

https://www.academia.edu/16502460/S._ZEGGIO_Le_aree_studio._L_antico_che_torna_alla_luce._Valle_del_Colosseo_velia_Largo_Corrado_Ricci_Fori_Imperiali_in_R._PANELLA_a_cura_Roma_la_citt%C3%A0_dei_Fori._Progetto_di_sistemazione_dell_area_archeologica_tra_Piazza_Venezia_e_il_Colosseo_Roma_2013_pp._72-107

— ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof.ssa Clementina Panella, Roma-Piazza del Colosseo, area della Meta Sudans; pendici nord-orientali del Palatino. Dipartimento Di Scienze Dell’ Antichita, La Sapienza (2002-2015) [aggiornato 2016]. foto vari & stampa 1 di 383.

ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Prof.ssa Clementina Panella (et al.), Crowdfunding Project for Ancient Rome’s Archeological Excavation on the slope of the Palatine Hill and in the Valley of the Colosseum. "LoveItaly!" & the La Sapienza Universit

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