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First Published in November 2017.

From Monte Sannace to San Marco Lion. Archaeological studies in memory of Bianca Maria Scarfi.


EDITORIAL BOARD Bibliography of Bianca Maria Scarfi, p. 21

ANGELA CIANCIO Bianca Maria Scarfi’s excavations in Monte Sannace (Gioia del Colle-Bari) and the birth of the archaeological investigations on the indigenous Apulia, p. 26

ANTONIETTA DELL’AGLIO Iconic memorials from Taranto: a scientific interest of Bianca Maria Scarfi, p. 44

LUIGI FOZZATI Bianca Maria Scarfi and the Venetian archaeology, city and lagoon. A new story, p. 76

LUCIANO SALZANI The remains of a Bronze Age house in Fumane (Verona), p. 92

ELODIA BIANCHIN CITTON Monselice during the pre-Roman period: landscape evolution and settlement dynamics, p. 102

ANNA MARIA CHIECO BIANCHI and LOREDANA CAPUIS The iconography of women “with the shield on their head” from Este to Padua, p. 118

ELENA DI FILIPPO BALESTRAZZI Ideas and thoughts for an Altino story, p. 132

GIOVANNI GORINI The presence of Greek coins in Adria and its territory, p. 152

ANNA MARINETTI Venetic note: the “ceave” of Altino, p. 164

ANGELA RUTA SERAFINI and STEFANO BUSON The sphinxes enigma, p. 174

SERENA VITRI Situliform vases with foot between Tagliamento and Torre, p. 188

GIULIANA CAVALIERI MANASSE Road networks in the suburban area of Verona, p. 204

CRESCI MARRONE GIOVANNELLA, TIRELLI MARGHERITA and MAURIZIA DE MIN Rock crystal skyphos from the Treasure of San Marco in Venice, p. 242

FRANCESCA GHEDINI Mosaics dissemination: an open problem, p. 260

FRANCA MASELLI SCOTTI and STEFANIA PESAVENTO The so called “Canale anfora” in Aquileia: some notes, p. 270

GUIDO ROSADA The invisible source: glass in the ancient words, p. 278

GEMMA SENA CHIESA A problematic monument: Como’s Sculpted bases. Some more observations, p. 290

ANNA MARIA TAMASSIA Two historical relief fragments at the Museum of Palazzo Ducale of Mantua, p. 312

PIERANGELA CROCE DA VILLA Considerations on the re-use of the Roman cities remains of Concordia and Altino, p. 318

ERMANNO A. ARSLAN From orphic tablets to crosses in Lombard tombs. Hints for the analysis of apotropaic and eschatological tools for the life beyond life, p. 334

MARISA RIGONI A Lombard tomb with a golden-foil cross, Preliminary note, p. 356

IRENE FAVARETTO S. Marco lion and other felines of the Marciana area, p. 370

ELISABETTA ROFFIA Wonderful ruins... Images of the Grottoes of Catullus from the 15th to the 19th century, p. 378.


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