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2019.04.29 | History and archaeology

Per la realizzazione di Via dei Fori Imperiali tra 1931 e 1932 venne demolito il Quartiere Alessandrino

Con questo intervento non furono cancellati solo gli edifici ma anche le strade su cui essi si affacciavano.

2019.04.16 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Nyt fra Rom: Tydelige rester af nedrevne huse

Alessandrino-kvarterets gulve med oktagonale – ottekantede – fliser er typiske for 1910-1930'ernes huse i Rom.

2019.04.10 | History and archaeology, Media coverage

Concluse le operazioni di pulizia nel Foro di Cesare

#UltimedaiFori Si sono concluse le prime operazioni di pulizia nell’area del Foro di Cesare, nel piccolo settore di scavo lungo Via dei Fori Imperiali, effettuate in collaborazione con l’Accademia di Danimarca.

Photo: The J. Paul Getty Museum

2019.04.09 | Events, History and archaeology, Conference

Palmyra and the East: An international symposium within the framework of the Palmyra Portrait Project at the Getty Villa

On 18 and 19 April 2019, the international symposium Palmyra and the East will be held at the Getty Villa in Los Angeles in conjunction with the exhibition Palmyra - Loss & Remembrance. The symposium is co-organized by the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Palmyra Portrait Project with support from the Carlsberg Foundation.

2019.04.05 | History and archaeology

Research visit leads to new insights for Postdoc Barbora Wouters

Visit to the Institute for Prehistory and Archaeological Science (IPNA) at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

2019.04.05 | History and archaeology

PhD degree awarded

Alex Peterson defends his PhD thesis.

2019.04.03 | History and archaeology, Publication

Between sea and river: Water in medieval Scandinavian towns

New publication by Professor Bjørn Poulsen and PhD student Olav E. Gundersen.

2019.04.01 | Publication

Eight new late pleistocene/early holocene AMS dates from the southeastern baltic

New publication by Postdoc Bente Philippsen and Associate professor Jesper Olsen.