"Italy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

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

 
Ciccolella Family HistoryCiccolella Family History

Researching the history of John Ciccolella and Christina Lamonica.

 
E-TalianE-Talian

Exploring Italy's industrial and manufacturing heritage.

 
Italian wine blogItalian wine blog

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

 
Tagami Food, Wine & TravelTagami Food, Wine & Travel

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

 


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Vivid frescoes and never-before-seen inscriptions were among the treasures unearthed in a massive years-long restoration of the world-famous archaeological site Pompeii that came to a close Tuesday. Credit: Pompeii - Parco Archeologico (adsbygo...

A hypogeum or underground temple and tomb structure with a tufa sarcophagus linked with what looks like an altar has been discovered in the Roman Forum, the Colosseum Archaeological Park director Alfonsina Russo said Monday. Credit: ParcocolosseoThe...

From surface to subsoil. Investigation and research at Pompeii does not stop at the visible parts of the city, but also focuses on previously unseen aspects, such as the study of the tunnels and drainage canals of Ancient Pompeii which crossed the Fo...

Italy’s Competition and Markets Authority has launched proceedings against Facebook for failing to fully inform users about the commercial uses it makes of their data. At the same time, a German court has today upheld a consumer group’s r...

The eruption of Mount Vesuvius turned an incinerated victim’s brain material into glass, the first time scientists have verified the phenomenon from a volcanic blast, officials at the Herculaneum archaeology site said Thursday. This photo shows a...

During the 4th and 3rd millennia BC, Italy was home to complex networks of metalwork exchange, according to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Andrea Dolfini of Newcastle University (UK), and Gilberto Artioli and Ivana Angelini...

Rodrigo de Borja (1431-1503) was born into a Spanish nob­le fam­ily in Aragon.  He moved to Italy where the Borg­ia family enjoyed great success - Rod­rig­o's uncle was made bish­op of Valen­cia. Uncle Alonso became the first Bor­gia Pop...