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  • Beyond Functionality

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      Abstract: Review article of Tyler Jo Smith, <i>Religion in the art of archaic and classical Greece</i>, Philadelphia, 2022.
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      Abstract: In 1826 Caspar J.C. Reuvens purchased the first Etruscan collection of Northwestern Europe for his Cabinet of Antiquities, the predecessor of the current Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden. The Etruscan collection of primarily bronze figurines was brought together by Galeotto Ridolfini Corazzi, a patrician who lived in Cortona between 1690 and 1768. Much has been written about the sale of this collection to the Dutch museum in the 19th century, but little is known about the context in which these objects were collected in 18th century Italy. Through the examination of the letters of correspondence that Corazzi sent to Antonio Francesco Gori and Alessandro Gregorio Capponi, this study investigates the history of the collection in Italy, and the motives for its purchase by Reuvens.
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  • Sepolcro Corsini

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      Abstract: The interior decor of Roman tombs has always been the object of archeological research. For centuries it had lamentably been allowed to go to rack and ruin these complexes. A prominent example is the so called Sepolcro Corsini. It was found in 1639 at the south western slope of Monte Celio, in the vegetable garden of the Camaldolense monks, next to the church S. Gregorio. The tomb we are dealing with here, most probably was a tempietto monument of early Severan times, positioned close to the Servian city wall outside of the <i>Pomerium</i>, the sacred city boundary. At the same level <i>intra muros</i> residential buildings were to be found as well as shops enlivening shopping streets. The monument can only be deduced from partly coloured drawings in codices of the 17th and 18th centuries. The hypothetical reconstruction is an experiment, justified by their great artistic variety. Sketches and drawings are of high value as they document excavation results for the first time and constitute an early attempt at documentation, a task which was taken on in the 19th century by photography.
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  • The New Mass Grave(s) at Phaleron, Kylon and the Increase in Elite
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  • Rivestimenti e terrecotte architettoniche delle officine siceliote

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      Abstract: In Naxos, news excavations revealed the existence of two different types of roofs: one of the Sicilian type with antefixes and the other Corinthian. The first relates to the most ancient phase dating back to the end of the 6th century BC and the first decades of the following century; the other from the second half of the fifth century BC. For the Sicilian-type roof, the findings made in trench 3 in the area of the neoria or naval arsenal of ancient Naxos are of particular importance.
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