Quaderni di Archeologia della Libya. n. 23, n.s. III
Proceedings of the Conference Mausolea and Funerary Landscape of Ancient North Africa. Acculturation and Regional Identity, Rome, Istituto di Studi Romani, 26-27 October 2017
- Series: Quaderni di Archeologia della Libya, 23
- Publication Year: 2021
- Available soon
Direttore scientifico: Eugenio La Rocca
Comitato scientifico: Ahmed Hussein Y. Abdulkariem, Saleh Alhasi al-Agab, Barbara Barich, Matthias Bruno, Laura Buccino, Ahmed Buzaian, Vincenzo D' Ercole, Savino Di Lernia, Ginette Di Vita-Evrard, Mohamed M. al-Dueb, Serenella Ensoli, Mohamed Faraj Mohamed al-Faloos, Muftah Ahmed al-Haddad, Susan Kane, Mohamed al-Kawash, Eugenio Lo Sardo, Domenico Lo Vetro, Marco Maiuro, Attilio Mastino, David J. Mattingly, Oscar Mei, Oliva Menozzi, Vincent Michel, Peter Mitchell, Massimiliano Munzi, Luisa Musso, Emanuele Papi, Claudio Parisi Presicce, Farag M. al-Rashdi, Abdallah A. al-Rhaiby, Jos
Redazione: Laura Buccino; Andrea Zocchi, Oliva Menozzi
Traduzioni a cura di: Crysta Kaczmarek (inglese); Mustafa Abdullah Turjman (arabo)
(n. 23, 2020) dedicato principalmente alla pubblicazione degli Atti del Convegno tenutosi a Roma, Istituto di Studi Romani, 26-27 ottobre 2017, dal titolo Mausolea and Funerary Landscape of Ancient North Africa. Acculturation and Regional Identity.
Tutti gli articoli, pubblicati in italiano o in inglese, sono introdotti da un abstract in inglese. Grazie all' intensa cooperazione con i colleghi del Dipartimento di Antichit
The series was published beginning in 1950 by the Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato with the aim of illustrating Italian archaeological research in Libya and was taken over by the publisher LErma di Bretschneider in 1961. The current editorial project resumes this publication, which ceased in 2009. In December 2018, the 21st issue, nr. I of the new series, was published thanks in part to the contribution of the Fondazione MedA - Mediterraneo Antico - onlus, when it was transformed into a journal to guarantee a source of publication of high scientific prestige for scholars interested in the archaeology and history of Libya and the Mergheb. All of the articles, written in one of the main European languages, are provided with an English abstract and, thanks to the collaboration of colleagues from the Department of Antiquities of Libya, each volume is also provided with Arabic abstracts and an illustrated back cover. This new editorial project includes different sections, aimed at broadening interests to more diverse and multidisciplinary subjects, including epigraphy, ancient and colonial history, history of archaeology, history of the territory, archival documentation and digital resources, the management and needs of cultural heritage preservation, current issues, as well as the latest developments within the Libyan political framework. This extension is not limited to single subjects but extends as well to other regions of the Mergheb in the belief of the value of exchange and international cooperation related to common research subjects, not exclusively archaeological in nature.
La serie ha preso avvio sin dal 1950 per i tipi dellIstituto Poligrafico dello Stato, con la finalit
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