Ninive. Bilder aus Sanheribs "Palast ohnegleichen"


Ninive. Bilder aus Sanheribs "Palast ohnegleichen", exhibition at the Martin von Wagner Museum of the Würzburg University, October 21, 2016 - February 19, 2017

The photographic exhibition on the reliefs from the "Palace without rivals" of Nineveh opens on October 21 at the Martin von Wagner Museum, in the South Wing of the beautiful Residenzt Palace at Würzburg. The pictures, taken by the photographer Angelo Rubino during a campaign of study and documentation held at Nineveh by the CRAST together with the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (MiBACT), were the object of previous exhibitions in Turin, Baghdad and Venice.

The CRAST is glad for the cooperation with the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg. The loan of the pictures of Sennacherib's wall-reliefs at Nineveh aims both at spreading the knowledge of these masterworks of Neo-Assyrian art, and at growing the audience's awareness of the need to preserve Near Eastern cultural heritage, which has recently been the object of violent attacks.

 

Iranian-Italian Joint Mission in Khuzistan (Ninth Campaign)


Ninth Campaign (October-November 2016)

The 2016 campaign foresees the exploration of some trenches already opened in 2015 on the site of Chal-e Chendar (Shami Valley). Fieldwork activity will mainly focus on two areas of the site: the terrace, were important religious building stood, and the burial area, where structures suggesting the existence of burial complexes linked to the sanctuary were found.


For more information on the mission, see: Projects - Iran - Khuzistan


Heritage in Danger. The Centro Scavi Torino and the Requalification of the Iraqi Cultural Heritage


Heritage in Danger. The Centro Scavi Torino and the Requalification of the Iraqi Cultural Heritage - Wednesday, September 7, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Washington DC

The Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute in Washington, in collaboration with the Centro Ricerche Archeologiche e Scavi di Torino per il Medio Oriente e l'Asia, present "Heritage in Danger. The Centro Scavi Torino and the Requalification of the Iraqi Cultural Heritage", a conference by Carlo Lippolis, president of the CRAST and director of the Italian archaeological expedition in Tulul al Baqarat.

For more information, see the following webpage: iicwashington_gli eventi

ICOM, 24th General Conference of Museums and Cultural Landscapes


24th General Conference of Museums and Cultural Landscapes Milan 3-9 July 2016

Wednesday 6 July, 2016 Expo Forum North Wing Level 1 Blue Hall 13-15.

Case Study: MAECI, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

- Vincenzo De Luca (Director-General for the Promotion of the Italian Economic System, Maeci Italy) "Introduction";
- Roberto Parapetti (Monumenta Orientalia Rome) "Museography and Structural Interventions in the Baghdad Museum"
- Stefano de Martino (Crast, Turin and Department of History Turin University) "The Baghdad Museum and the Archaeological Research"
- Francesco Provenza (Commander of the Carabinieri Department for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, Monza Italy) "Protection of Cultural Heritage".

 

EASAA Cardiff 2016


European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, 23th biennial conference

The 23th biennial conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Artwill take place in Cardiff, Wales, UK, from 4th to 8th July 2016. It will be hosted by the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University.

Niccolò Manassero is going to present a contribution entitled: "Notes on Pakistani-Italian  research-work at Banbhore (Sindh): a major trade centre at the Indus' delta".


For the detailed program of the conference: EASAA 2016

British Museum, V.G. Lukonin Memorial Lecture

Twenty-fourth Vladimir G. Lukonin Memorial Lecture, British Museum, 6 July 2016

Wednesday 6 July 2015, at the BP Lecture Theatre of the British Museum, Carlo Lippolis is going to give the twenty-fourth Vladimir G. Lukonin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Parthian Nisa: seat of  Arsacid kings".


For more information about the event: BM events