L’Erma di Bretschneider : Quaderni di Archeologia della Libya. n. 22, n.s. II

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Quaderni di Archeologia della Libya. n. 22, n.s. II

 

A cura di Eugenio La Rocca

 

The  series was published beginning in 1950 by the Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato with the aim of illustrating Italian archaeological research in Libya and was taken over by the publisher L’ Erma di Bretschneider in 1961. The current editorial project resumes this publication, which ceased in 2009. In December 2018, the 21st issue, nr. I of the new series, was published thanks in part to the contribution of the Fondazione MedA – Mediterraneo Antico – onlus, when it was transformed into a journal to guarantee a source of publication of high scientific prestige for scholars interested in the archaeology and history of Libya and the Mergheb. All of the articles, written in one of the main European languages, are provided with an English abstract and, thanks to the collaboration of colleagues from the Department of Antiquities of Libya, each volume is also provided with Arabic abstracts and an illustrated back cover. This new editorial project includes different sections, aimed at broadening interests to more diverse and multidisciplinary subjects, including epigraphy, ancient and colonial history, history of archaeology, history of the territory, archival documentation and digital resources, the management and needs of cultural heritage preservation, current issues, as well as the latest developments within the Libyan political framework. This extension is not limited to single subjects but extends as well to other regions of the Mergheb in the belief of the value of exchange and international cooperation related to common research subjects, not exclusively archaeological in nature.

Index / Indice

Oliva Menozzi
Editoriale
Beni culturali in Libia oggi tra consapevolezza, salvaguardia, rischi antropici e naturali alla luce delle esperienze presentate al convegno di Chieti Behind the Buffer Zones. Archaeology at Risk & Illicit Traffic of Antiquities

ARTICOLI E NOTE

Mohamed Omar M. Abdrbba
Road Networks in Cyrenaica during the Greek and Roman Periods: Cyrene in Context
Morgan Belzic
‘La Belle Endormie’. Une divinité funéraire de Cyrénaïque saisie à New York

Oscar Mei, Simona Antolini
Archeologia ed epigrafia a Cirene in tempi di crisi: nuovi rinvenimenti dalla chora e dalla Necropoli Sud

Filippo Venturini
Un mosaico con scena rituale da Berenice (Bengasi)

Mahmoud Khalifa Hadia
Sidi Mohamed Sherif Site (Lepcis Magna Coastal Area)

Sufyan al-Dabeeb
The Effect of Roman Civilization in Bani Walid Area

Andrea Zocchi, Laura Buccino
Lo strano caso della testa marmorea rinvenuta nel fiume Hudson: Leptis Magna sulle pagine de The New York Times negli anni Venti del Novecento

RASSEGNA DI STORIA DEL NORD AFRICA
a cura di Marco Maiuro

Nicoletta De Troia
Identità e mobilità in età tardoantica: la fascia presahariana lungo i confini dell’Africa romana

ARCHIVI E RISORSE DIGITALI PER IL PATRIMONIO STORICO
E ARCHEOLOGICO DEL NORD AFRICA
a cura di Luisa Musso

Marina Gallinaro
The ASArt-DATA Project: Current Perspectives on Central Saharan Rock Art

Catherine Dobias-Lalou, Alice Bencivenni
IGCyr – GVCyr: un doppio corpus di iscrizioni greche della Cirenaica on-line

ATTUALITÀ. TUTELA, FORMAZIONE, CONVEGNI ED EVENTI
a cura della Redazione

Ahmed Hussein Y. Abdulkariem
Intervention at Archaeological Sites in the Time of Crisis and War. Qasr Libya Site as a Model

Maria Giorgia Di Antonio, Abdulrahim Saleh Shariff
La chora di Cirene: aggiornamenti su monitoraggio, survey e studio delle buffer zones a cura del team congiunto del Dipartimento di Antichità della Libia (DoA) e della Missione Archeologica dell’Università di Chieti

Abduladim Nattah
The Libyan-Italian Cooperation between the Center for Libyan Archives and Historical Studies (CLArHS), the Department of Antiquities of Libya (DoA) and the Archaeological Mission of Università Roma Tre

Oscar Mei
Gastone Buttarini (1949-2019): mezzo secolo di restauri in Libia

Barbara Davidde Petriaggi
L’attività dell’Istituto Centrale per il Restauro (ICR) in Libia: conservazione e formazione

Julia Nikolaus, Louise Rayne, Nichole Sheldrick
The EAMENA and MarEA Projects: Notes on Current Training and Research in Libya and Beyond

Elena Calandra
L’Istituto Centrale per l’Archeologia (ICA) e le missioni italiane all’estero

Giuseppina Capriotti Vittozzi
Italian Archaeology in Egypt and MENA Countries (IAM 1 and 2). Archaeological Conference, Cairo-Alexandria, December 7-9, 2017; Cairo, December 5-8, 2018

Andrea Zocchi
LyDAr Database. Aims and Features. Workshop, Tripoli, November 15, 2018

Laura Buccino, Mustafa Abdullah Turjman, Andrea Zocchi
The Department of Antiquities of Libya and the Italian Archaeological Missions Working in Libya. Meeting, Rome, Libyan Academy, September 16, 2019

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