"Italy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Ciccolella Family HistoryCiccolella Family History

Researching the history of John Ciccolella and Christina Lamonica.

 
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...

 
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.

 


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Archaeologists of the Superintendence of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Verona are bringing to light the magnificent floor mosaics and foundations of a Roman villa dating back to the third century AD. The villa, which was first discovered in...

Ahead of the Colosseum and Pompeii, the towering Greek temple complex at Paestum near Naples is the first Italian archaeological site to reopen to tourists after the coronavirus pandemic lockdown. This aerial view shows The First Temple of Hera (L) a...

In Europe, Italians are the richest population in terms of genetic wealth. This is now common knowledge. The gradient of their genetic variability, scattered all over the peninsula, encloses on a small scale the whole genetic variance between souther...

In a collaborative study in this month's issue of Engineering Structures, researchers at Princeton University and the University of Bergamo revealed the engineering techniques behind self-supporting masonry domes inherent to the Italian renaissance.

Three hundred-year-old administrative documents from the Roman government, granting residents permission to repair damage to their buildings, can help modern-day seismologists calculate intensities for a notable sequence of earthquakes that struck ce...

The Monte Conca cave system on the island of Sicily is a vast system of springs and pools, sitting below a nature preserve. It might be presumed to be one of the few places untouched by human-driven pollution. Large volumes of water enter the cave [C...

A sinkhole that opened up in front of the Pantheon in Rome last week has uncovered ancient Roman paving stones, sources said this week. Credit: Soprintendenza Speciale Roma (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The seven slabs of...