Rome publication is designed in parallel to the major international exhibition of the same name, produced by the Museum of Civilization in Quebec, the multicultural richness of Italy. It presents the fascinating history of the city of Rome over the centuries, from its mythical origins to today. Caput Mundi, or "capital of the world" during the Roman Empire, then Città Santa or "Holy City", since medieval times, the city of Rome remains the eternal city, a place of unparalleled history.
She has always attracted visitors. Since antiquity, the guides were available to travelers for their visit to the city a rich experience of discovery and learning. The designers of this publication are part of this continuity, inspired by the notion of travel guide as a guide.
The exhibition is in collaboration with key institutions responsible for cultural heritage and history of Rome (Capitoline Museums, the National Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Rome, the National Superintendency for the artistic and historical heritage of Rome and Museums Vatican) and promises to be a prestigious cultural event, within the framework of the commemorations marking the 150th anniversary of Italy.
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Italy.
Québec, Musée de la civilisation, May 11, 2011 - January 29, 2012.
Provides up-to-date study of Greco-Roman numismatic scholarship Includes nearly 900 illustrations This book attempts to make accessible to students, scholars, and the lay public annotated, up-to-date information regarding the major coinages of the Greco-Roman world. ...
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