The places of the Sator Square

  • Valvisciolo Abbey in Sermoneta, a Templar site

    Valvisciolo Abbey in Sermoneta, a Templar site

    On the slopes of Monte Corvino, where the Lepini Mountains look towards the Agro Pontino, there is an abbey distinguished by beauty and simplicity. Valvisciolo Abbey seems to exist in this place since eternity, but its origins are uncertain and lost in time. The forgotten origins of Valvisciolo Lubin, the most ancient and important historian…

  • The lost tiles of Pieve Terzagni, San Giovanni Decollato

    The lost tiles of Pieve Terzagni, San Giovanni Decollato

    A soft fog was reflecting the lights back towards the deserted road, like dancing figures and projections of shadows. Suddenly, a small flocks of migrating birds passed over the car, disturbing the quiet air of the plain. Here, along the Po valley, is cold and the humidity raises quickly. After a wide curve in the…

  • The Sator Square of Brusaporto Castle

    The Sator Square of Brusaporto Castle

    Brusaporto, near the Lombard city of Bergamo, was a lively and flourishing village during the Middle Ages. It is mentioned in the ancient Statute of Bergamo of 1333 with the toponym of Brusaporcho. The reasons for this name, which originates from the local dialect, are not clear. Some posthumous attempts of attribution of a town…

  • The Sator Square, an enigma that crosses history

    The Sator Square, an enigma that crosses history

    If we found a palindromic Latin epigraph with an uncertain meaning, it would already be an enigma. Moreover, if this signifier were to be rediscovered repeatedly and in different places, it could also be an archaeological riddle. But if it were found on artifacts belonging to different epochs, peoples and cultures, it would be a…

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