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Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani (1 January 1845 – 22 May 1929) was an Italian archaeologist, a pioneering student of ancient Roman topography, and among his many excavations was that of the House of the Vestals in the Roman Forum.
Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani (1 January 1845 – 22 May 1929) was an Italian archaeologist, a pioneering student of ancient Roman topography, and among his many excavations was that of the House of the Vestals in the Roman Forum. degrees from Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Harvard and a P. degree from Würzburg. Lanciani was born in Rome, although some state he was born in Montecelio, now Guidonia Montecelio.
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1 Lanciani, . Notes from Rome (ed. Cubberley, . (London, 1988), 3. .6 Tempesta, C. (e., L'icona murale di Santa Sabina all'Aventino (Rome, 2010). (London, 1988), 3, 99, 137–9, 258, 305, 307, 320, 327, 414–15, 429–30. 2 Lanciani, Notes from Rome (above, n. 1), 202–3, 289–90, 293–4, 310, 311–12, 323, 379. 3 Lanciani, Notes from Rome (above, n. 1), 3–5, 219–20, 290, 323, 370, 397–9. 4 Lanciani, Notes from Rome (above, n. 1), 18–19, 24, 190, 290, 370–1. For previous reports, see Papers of the British School at Rome 76 (2008), 299–307; 77 (2009), 291–7; 78 (2010), 289–95. 7 La Repubblica, 23 June 2010.
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Lanciani, Notes From Rome, ed. A. L. Cubberley (London 1988) 83. Neudecker, g, 191; cf. C. Vermeule, Greek Sculpture and Roman Taste: The Purpose and Setting of Graeco-Roman Art in Italy and the Greek Imperial East (Ann Arbor 1977) 66–7 on these sites. By extrapolating from Neudecker's other lists, for example, or from more intact houses and villas from Vesuvian sites and the sheer number of sculptures surviving from intensively excavated areas; or by reading Cicero's concerns about 'decoration' (see M. Marvin, 'Copying in Roman Sculpture: The Replica.
LANCIANI, RODOLFO, The Golden Days of the Renaissance in Rome, Boston, 1906. YOUNG, G. The Medici, Modern Library. CHAPTER I. Carlyle, R. History of Medieval Political Theory, VI, 85–6. LANG, P. Music in Western Civilization, New York, 1941.
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