The Papers
Vol. 76 (2008)

The Papers
Vol. 76 (2008)

vi, 360 pages, including 138 black and white illustrations and 22 colour plates

Emma Blake, The Mycenaeans in Italy: a minimalist position

Susan Walker, Cleopatra in Pompeii?

Filippo Coarelli, Stephen Kay and Helen Patterson, Investigations at Falacrinae, the birthplace of Vespasian

Mariarosaria Barbera, Sergio Palladino and Claudia Paterna, La domus dei Valerii sul Celio alla luce delle recenti scoperte

Lucos Cozza, Mura di Roma dalla Porta Latina all’Appia

Paolo Liverani, Saint Peter’s, Leo the Great and the leprosy of Constantine

John Osborne, The Jerusalem Temple treasure and the church of Santi Cosma e Damiano in Rome

Piers Baker Bates, A portrait of Cardinal Pompeo Colonna, rival and imitator of the papal Caesars

Robert Colby, Dosso’s early artistic reputation and the origins of landscape painting

Ian Wood, ‘Adelchi’ and ‘Attila’: the barbarians and the Risorgimento

Gerald Parsons, A neglected sculpture: the monument to Catherine of Siena at Castel Sant’Angelo

David Forgacs, The words of the migrant: tales of contemporary Italy

Robert Coates-Stephens, Notes from Rome

Research Reports:

Balsdon Fellowship (Susan Walker)

Cary Fellowship (Robert Coates-Stephens)

Hugh Last Fellowship (Christopher Smith)

Paul Mellon Centre Rome Fellowships (Andrew Moore, Carol M. Richardson)

Rome Fellowships (Natasja de Bruijn, Simon Martin)

Rome Scholarship (Miles Pattenden)

Ralegh Radford Rome Scholarship (Isabelle Vella Gregory)

Macquarie University Gale Scholarship (Peter Edwell)

Rome Awards (Roslynne Bell, Maximilian Gwiazda, Jason Mander, Heather Robbins, Jessica Sharkey)

Archaeological Fieldwork Reports (Elizabeth Fentress; Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay and Kristian Strutt; Simon Keay, Graeme Earl and Fabrizio Felici; Myles McCallum and Hans vanderLeest; Helen Patterson and Filippo Coarelli; Roman Roth; Alastair Small)

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