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Art, Conservation, Science. The Lancellotti Collection Project
Eds. M. Barbanera & A. Freccero. (The Swedish Institute in Rome. Projects and Seminars, 3:1), Rome 2005
© The Swedish Institute in Rome and individual authors.
ISSN 1824-7725

CONTENTS

Cover

Barbro Santillo Frizell - Preface

Marcello Barbanera, Agneta Frecero - Introduction

Daniela Candilio - Tutela e conservazione della collezione di Palazzo Lancellotti ai Coronari

Ellen Skånberg - The Palazzo Lancellotti Courtyard, Use and Concept

Hedvig Landenius Enegren - The Lancellotti Collection, Background and History, Preliminary Considerations

Daniela Candilio - Le statue virili nude del prospetto principale del cortile

Marcello Barbanera - I sarcofagi

Massimiliano Papini - I busti antichi

Agneta Freccero - The Large Mask, Technical Description

Marina Prusac - The Large Mask

Agneta Freccero - Recreating the Antique, Four Statues at the West Wall

Marina Prusac - The Statue Heads

Astrid Capoferro - Le iscrizioni del lato ovest del cortile. Uno studio in corso

Alessandro Danesi, Silvia Gambardella - Materials and Techniques Used in the 17th Century Restoration of Sculptures from the Antiquities Collection of the Palazzo Lancellotti ai Coronari

APPENDICES

Susanna Bracci, Fabio Fratini, Anna Maria Mecchi - Studio dei materiali di incollaggio e stuccatura della statua di eroe appartenente alla collezione di Palazzo Lancellotti ai Coronari, Roma

Susanna Bracci, Fabio Fratini - Relazione finale delle analisi relative alla statua di Cassius appartenente alla collezione di Palazzo Lancellotti ai Coronari, Roma

Susanna Bracci, Fabio Fratini - Campioni aggiunti, gennaio 2005

Thursday October 17, 17.00

Research Seminar

Victoria Moses (University of Arizona): Meat and the Birth of Rome.

Abstract:

In the 9th-5th centuries BCE, Rome changed rapidly from a small settlement of huts into a fortified urban center. The physical reorganization of the city is inseparable from the social transformations that went along with it, including changes in social roles, economics, and religion. I investigate the emergence of urbanism in Rome and its environs through zooarchaeology, or the study of animal remains from archaeological sites, to demonstrate what early Romans ate and what they sacrificed during this time of transition and how meat relates to the foundation of Rome.

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