Why Rome is Rome? A new dedicated website recounts the recent history of Italy's capital city through the astounding tales concerning its urban development after World War II. A compelling insight into how power works in Italy.
Italian writer Michele Sanvico announces today an extraordinary finding concerning a famous sixteenth-century map depicting Norcia, Mount Sibyl and the Lakes of Pilatus, currently preserved at the Vatican Apostolic Library in Rome.
Italian writer Michele Sanvico unveils an exciting new discovery that establishes an unprecedented connection between two most celebrated Italian mysteries of old: the Apennine Sibyl and the enigmatic inscription carved on the "Stone of Bologna".
A beautiful and large micromosaic table made in Rome, Italy around 1850 - circular in shape and made from black marble, with the top inlaid with semi-precious stones - is the expected headliner at AuctionLife Florida's inaugural sale, July 24th.