Cycle of conferences with the Rovereto Civic Museum Foundation.
Three meetings to disseminate the results of the most recent research and new discoveries in scientific research, historical, archaeological and artistic.
"The Friday of archaeology" are a series of talks scheduled at the Conference Room of the Rovereto Civic Museum Foundation with some of the most important Italian and international names from the world of archaeology.
The events of may, organized in collaboration with the Archaeological Film Festival of Rovereto, ideally in continuity with the "conversations of archaeology", one of the most followed and appreciated appointments film festival of Rovereto.
The initiative aims to disseminate to the widest possible audience the results of the most recent research and new discoveries in scientific research, historical, archaeological and artistic, both locally and internationally.
Here is the schedule:
13 may – h 20.30.
The shattered archaeology? Searches in Iraqi Kurdistan
Leads the conference speaker Daniel Morandi Bonacossi, one of the leading experts on the early history of the Near East, especially Syria, Anatolia and Iraq. Editor of several archaeological missions and research projects in Assyria to Nineveh (Northern Iraq), Mishrifeh/Qatna (Syria) in Palmyrene, and will speak of the results of its most recent surveys in Iraqi Kurdistan.
20 may – h 20.30.
Shake before use? New horizons of the Museum
The protagonist of museological and museographic debate within the Director of Castello del Buonconsiglio in Trento, Franco Marzatico, curator of exhibitions of international scope and today heads the Superintendence of cultural heritage of the province speaks of the role and of the cultural heritage and museums in contemporary society, opening up new and original content-level and managerial perspectives.
27 May – h 20.30.
At the dawn of Persepolis: a new vision of the Persian Empire
Event dedicated to the latest discoveries made during the latest archaeological excavations in the mythical site of Persepolis, one of the capitals of the Achaemenid Empire, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Talking about it will be Pierfrancesco Callieri, among the leading experts in Iranian archaeology and history of art and Co-Director of the Iranian Mission in plain of Persepolis.
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