The rock carvings of the Val Camonica

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Since his appearance the Homo sapiens has engraved important historical and symbolic evidences on the rock. They are known as rock carvings or petroglyphs, which are graffiti obtained by pointed tools. Archaeologists have found rock carvings in many places over … Read More

The Romanesque in Emilia and its protagonists

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During the 11th and 12th century Europe faced a process of political, social and artistic renovation. In this period the feudalism and the communes originated, particularly in Italy. The Romanesque was an architectural and artistic style that mostly reflected the … Read More

Who were the ancient Sardinians? The mystery of the origins and the Nuragic language

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Sardinia, with its history, customs and its lively language represents an inimitable unicum. So sunny, simple and frank like its population, as mysterious sentinel of a glorious and unknown past. A past that lives in the hearts of the Sardinian … Read More

Mysteries of Rome, volume 2: The Alchemical Door and the lost Villa Palombara

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Rome is the city in the word that mostly evokes ancient glories and extraordinary historical events. Moving along the stone pavement leading to the Colosseum until the Circus Maximus, or moving across the Imperial Fora and the triumphal arches of … Read More

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