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First Published in September 2000.

TEXNH Studies of Greek and Roman Architecture and Urbanism in honour of Giovanna Tosi.

PRESENTATION p.7, EDITORIAL BOARD Bibliography of Giovanna Tosi, p. 9

LUIGI BESCHI The Telesters of Lemmo’s Cabirio: conservation and innovation, p. 11

GIOVANNI GORINI Architectural features on Greek, p. 27

ANTONIO CORSO The Greek house according to Vitruvius, p. 37

LOREDANA CAPUIS “Cities”, structures, and “urban” infrastructures in pre-Roman Veneto: some note, p. 51

MICHAEL DONDERER: In the search for architects in the Roman world, we have once again found what we are looking for. Supplements and clarifications, p. 59

FRANCESCA GHEDINI Romans and the underground. The voice of the ancients, p. 75

MADDALENA L. BASSANI Romans and the underground. The underground between science and fear, p. 87

ELISABETTA BAGGIO BERNARDONI The Porta Veronensisin Trento, p. 95

PATRIZIA BASSO The theatre of Verona in an unpublished manuscript of the beginning of the 20th century, p. 111

ODDONE LONGO The Arch of Costantine in the Vatican (1482 – 1495), p. 125

ELENA DI FILIPPO BALESTRAZZI, ALBERTO VIGONI, BALESTRAZZI MARIO Pits and wall structures in the eastern area of the Roman theatre of Concordia Sagittaria, p. 151

GIROLAMO ZAMPIERI The restauration of the column of Piazza Garibaldi in Padua. New data on the Roman capital, p. 165

ANNA PAOLA ZACCARIA RUGGIU Loca propria and loca communia. Triclinar space and the concept of “private” according to Vitruvius, p. 185

GUIDO ROSADA The Domus from the eastern district of Nesactium, p. 205

PAOLA ZANOVELLO Roman age floors: a contribution to the study of private buildings in ancient Este, p. 223

IRENE FAVARETTO, GIOVANNA LUISA RAVAGNAN “Museum… without parallel”: notes on the Exposition of the Public Statuary, p. 251.


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