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Charred Herculaneum papyri, infrared beds

A papyrus roll found in the Villa dei Papiri in Ercolano, fresh from the eruption of 79 AD and read only today thanks to a short-wave infrared spectrum laboratory. This is the result of the research carried out in the National Library of Naples by an international team coordinated by …

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Artist Lights in Salerno: the inauguration on November 15th

The wait is over. The Municipality of Salerno has formalized the date of the inauguration of the Lights by Artist of Salerno 2019. The ignition is scheduled for Friday, November 15th at 5.30 pm in Villa Comunale. For this edition there are many new features in the installations proposed by …

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FARAGLIONI, a UNESCO heritage

Safeguarding the Faraglioni of the Isle of Capri and the surrounding marine area from neglect and environmental pollution caused by the continuous close presence of boats that often pass close by even at high speeds. And to make this become the occasion to deal more generally with the problem of …

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Reggia Caserta, open to the public apartments of the ‘700

The apartments of the eighteenth century return to enchant visitors to the Royal Palace of Caserta. Following the inauguration, which took place on Monday 16 September, of the exhibition “From Artemisia to Hackert. History of an antique collector at the Royal Palace “, organized by Lampronti Gallery, a large section …

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The apartments of the eighteenth century return to enchant visitors to the Royal Palace of Caserta. Following the inauguration, which took place on Monday 16 September, of the exhibition “From Artemisia to Hackert. History of an antique collector to the Royal Palace”, organized by Lampronti Gallery, a large section of …

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Paestum, stone head discovery

Paestum is a continuous discovery. New excavations of the University of Salerno found a late-archaic stone head in the sanctuary of Athena, in the past of Ceres. The fragment shows a peculiarity, the back surface has no finishing touches, which led scholars to believe that it could be a fragment …

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