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Arimnestos, presentation in florence

Arimnestos, presentation poster in Florence.

Monday 17 December 2018, 15,30 hours
National Archaeological Museum of Florence

The first issue of the journal "Arimnestos. Ricerche di Protostoria mediterranea", Directed by Patrizia von Eles, presented by Mario Iozzo (Director of the National Archaeological Museum of Florence) and Monica Miari (IIPP)

ISSN 2611-5867
Director: Patrizia von Eles
Editorial secretary: Elena Rodriguez

Scientific Committee: Gabriele Baldelli, former Superintendent of Archaeological Heritage (Umbria); Laura Bentini, Bologna Museums Institution - Civic Archaeological Museum; Anna Dore, Bologna Institution
Museums - Civic Archaeological Museum; Markus Egg, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum; Giovanna Gambacurta, University of Venice; Maurizio Harari, University of Pavia; Fulvia Lo Schiavo,
Former Superintendent of Archaeological Heritage (Tuscany); Monica Miari, President of the Italian Institute of Prehistory and Protohistory; Alessandro Naso, University of Naples Federico II; Marco
Pacciarelli, University of Naples Federico II; Paola Poli, Research Group of the Civic Archaeological Museum of Verucchio; Fernando Quesada Sanz, Autonomous University of Madrid;
Gerhard Tomedi, University of Innsbruck; Judith Toms, University of Oxford
Honorary Committee: Alfredo Aureli, Entrepreneur; Roberto Balzani, President of the Institute for Cultural and Natural Artistic Heritage of Emilia-Romagna; Maria Bernabò Brea, Former President
the Italian Institute of Prehistory and Prostoria; Maria Bonghi Jovino, Former Full Professor of Etruscology at the State University of Milan; Giorgio Cozzolino, Superintendent of Archeology, Belle
Arts and Landscape for the Provinces of Ravenna, Forli-Cesena and Rimini; Giovanni Dolci, former Deputy Mayor and Councilor for Culture of the Municipality of Verucchio; Filippo Maria Gambari, Museum Director
of the Civilizations of Rome; Paola Giovetti, Head of the Civic Archaeological Museum - Bologna Museums Institution; Piero Guzzo, Former Superintendent of the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage
of Emilia-Romagna; Luigi Malnati, Former Superintendent of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the Provinces of Bologna, Modena, Reggio Emilia and Ferrara; Giuseppe Pecci, Owner of the
Pecci di Verucchio collection; Annalisa Pozzi, Archaeologist Officer of the Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the Provinces of Ravenna, Forli-Cesena and Rimini; Stefania Sabba,
Mayor of Verucchio; Christopher Smith, Director of the British School of Rome

The journal was created with the intention of continuing the research activity started many years ago by the Civic Archaeological Museum of Verucchio. The central objective of the Museum has always been to
combine a rigorous scientific approach with a proposal accessible and enjoyable by the public. The first issue is divided into three distinct sections. The first, dedicated to Verucchio, opens
with two reports on archival data relating to the materials preserved in the L. Pigorini National Prehistoric Ethnographic Museum in Rome and in the Civic Archaeological Museum of Bologna and research and
archive data relating to the Lippi Necropolis. We continue with the presentation of the excavation data: preliminary forms of further tombs excavated in the Lippi necropolis between 2006 and 2008; study of
botanical remains of the very rich Lippi tomb 12/2005; report on the intervention in the settlement area in Via Nanni. Other presentations complete with material classes are also included
typologically classified. In the second section, dedicated to Emilia-Romagna, the theme of wooden thrones is presented, also in the light of other excavations conducted in Bologna and Imola, and the
of the necropolis of Pontesanto in Imola. The third section sees a contribution on the inhumation tombs of the Emo necropolis in Padua, one on the bird-shaped glass beads and finally one on the method
narrative in the art of situlae.