"Italy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Ciccolella Family HistoryCiccolella Family History

Researching the history of John Ciccolella and Christina Lamonica.

 
Tagami Food, Wine & TravelTagami Food, Wine & Travel

Liz Tagami, international food and wine broker, sends updates from the cool...

 
E-TalianE-Talian

Exploring Italy's industrial and manufacturing heritage.

 
Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

A passion for art, culture and travel...photos and information, comments an...

 
Italian wine blogItalian wine blog

I had my first sip of wine when I was 2, I can still recall that moment lik...

 


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A vivid fresco depicting an armour-clad gladiator standing victorious as his wounded opponent stumbles gushing blood has been discovered in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy's culture ministry said Friday. A 'Murmillo' fighter wearing a plume...

If Super Typhoon Hagibis hits Tokyo on Saturday - as it is scheduled to do - then the decision to cancel the the England v France and New Zealand v Italy matches on safety grounds is, surely, the right call.Clearly you can't play rugby in a super typ...

If Super Typhoon Hagibis hits Tokyo on Saturday - as it is scheduled to do - then the decision to cancel the the England v France and New Zealand v Italy matches on safety grounds is, surely, the right call.Clearly you can't play rugby in a super typ...

A team of archaeologists, coordinated by Lorenzo Nigro from the Sapienza Department of Italian Institute of Oriental Studies, has discovered the remains of a stele dedicated to the “tomb of the Servant of Melqart, son of …” The engraving, in Ph...

An international research team led by Giuseppe Marrama from the Institute of Paleontology at the University of Vienna discovered a new and well-preserved fossil stingray with an exceptional anatomy, which greatly differs from living species. The find...

A team of Japanese and Italian researchers, including from Tohoku University, have evidenced mechanically delivered projectile weapons in Europe dating to 45,000-40,000 years - more than 20,000 years than previously thought. This study, published in...

Researchers led by the renowned ancient artefacts decoder, Professor Brent Seales, will be using Diamond, the UK’s national synchrotron science facility in the heart of Oxfordshire, to examine a collection of world-famous ancient artefacts owned by...