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The articles and our travel reports, discovering the mysteries of Italy

Mysterious Italy

 

 

 

The symbols we studied and their meaning throughout history

Symbology

 

 

The investigations about the most important relics of the Christianity. It includes a focus over the Middle Age and the Knights Templar 

The search for the Holy Grail

 

 

The archive of the anthropological studies, myths and rites, from the prehistory, the Ancient Egypt to the modern age

Mythical dimensions and rituals

 

 

Uncertain historical sources, manuscripts, engravings, even whole lives hidden in the mystery

Stranger histories

 

 

Mystery as interior expression of the human existence and its representation by art

Art and mystery’s philosophy

Discovering Indagini e Misteri

Indagini e Misteri is a blog of travel and adventure, that originates from the passion and personal research of its authors, Samuele and Daniela. It was born as an instrument of critical investigation aimed at deepening the sense of the mystery in the history and art, throghout the study of ancient cultures, of its symbols and iconic objects.

Indagini e Misteri is an ideal frontier, since it is located on the boundary among different ancient cultures, civilizations, ages and contexts, as a priviliged observer. This is the epoché of the ancient Greeks, the suspended judgment, accompanied by a strict historical-scientific approach which can lead the spirit of the discovery.

Latest articles

The symbology of the lion

From the beginnings of civilization the lion and its symbolism have always aroused fascination and disquiet, due to the majesty and wildness of the animal.…

The ancient symbology of the Spiral

The spiral is a decorative and frequent symbology with ancient origins. Probably it was used in its origins by Celts as a symbol of the…

The rock carvings of the Val Camonica

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…

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