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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 17
Preview of Alexandra Franco’s video installation ‘Metamorphosis’ on the temple of Neptune as part of the exhibition ‘Poseidonia water-city: archaeology and climate change’, October 4th-January 31st
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel 2h
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 19
Archaeological Park supports outreach of national health care campaign ... in antiquity, Paestum was famous for its medical school and medicinal herbs; near one of the temples, a dedication to the healer Centaur Chiron has been excavated...
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 18
Restoration of 5th c. BC Doric building found in June continues in the Archaeological Museum of : visitors can follow the operations in real-time
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 17
Restoration and excavation project in the living quarters of bring to light pottery workshop inserted in a Roman atrium house
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 16
Analysis finds fiercest critics of contemporary sculpture at temples are social media users who haven’t seen the art work on site ⁦⁦
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 19
in the world...: entrance to the Queen’s Gallery, London (arch. J. Simpson, 2002), inspired by the temple known as Basilica in Paestum (and by Vitruvius!)
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 14
In 2019, so far more than 4,000 visitors have seen museum storerooms ‘behind the scenes’, experiencing archaeology as practice—a lot more than ‘beautiful things’!
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 12
Sculpture found in excavations defined “Monna Lisa in stone” by Erminia Pellecchia on today’s number of Il Mattino ⁦
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Carla Ardis Sep 19
Back to the origin. A day in , walking at the feet of the . Recognizing ancestral roots and feeling part of a long Story. Italians are sons&daughters of the Greek, mixed with other countless people&cultures, all contributing in shaping ourselves
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 16
Talking about and local policies at : museums, arts, and humanities must do their part in addressing major threat to humanity that will not stop at national borders, whether ‘sacred’ or not.
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 13
Who owns the temples of ? New project addresses local communities’ rights on Classical architecture and heritage in Magna Graecia. History vs. Memory?
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 19
THE SHOW IS OVER! Today 5 pm Planetario delle Terme di Diocleziano, Rome, presentation of Archaeological Park: we’re investing in research, public archaeology, accessibility, and open storerooms.
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Frank Helbert Sep 12
besides ... Imagine without us. Rising sea levels, desertification, marine pollution and soil erosion combine to make this a real scenario. – Parco Paestum
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clare Sep 13
Nailed with finishing my latest piece ‘The at ’ inspired by our trip to southern earlier this year. 2b exhibited with the talented from 9-14 March 2020 as part of our
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Unique Costiera Sep 12
Visit with its magnificent Greek Temples and a famous local dairy farm to see how is made and produced with tasting!
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Gabriel Zuchtriegel Sep 14
EU & government funded restoration and excavation project reveals forgotten history of Geek colony : collapsed and abandoned buildings as late antique and early medieval population struggled with social and environmental change
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I Love Made in Italy 1h
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Gabriele Granato 58m
Il paradiso esiste, c'ho le prove 😋 💙
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ClassiCult 9h
Giornate Europee del Patrimonio 2019 al Parco Archeologico di Paestum
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