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  • Eran Lupu
  • Julia C. Kindt
  • Martin Helzle
  • Sergio Casali
  • Pierre Gros
  • Kathleen Coleman
  • S. J. Harrison
  • Gilbert Dagron
  • Gotthard Strohmaier
  • William Stenhouse
  • Philippe Fleury
  • Michael Poliakoff
  • Charles Fantazzi
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    Erna Mandowsky and Charles Mitchell,Pirro Ligorio's Roman Antiquities: The Drawings in MS XIII.B.7 in the National Library in Naples (London: Warburg Institute, University of London, 1963). Ligorio's works are being published and commented upon under the aegis of the Comitato nazionale per lo studio delle opere di Pirro Ligorio; the most recent volume is Antonella Ranaldi,Pirro Ligorio e l'interpretazione delle ville antiche, Studi ligoriani 3 (Rome: Quasar, 2001). For an illuminating account of Ligorio's fortuna, see Robert W. Gaston, “Merely Antiquarian: Pirro Ligorio and the Critical Tradition of Antiquarian Scholarship,” in: Allen J. Grieco, Michael Rocke and Fiorella Gioffredi Superbi (eds.),The Italian Renaissance in the Twentieth Century (Florence: L. S. Olschki, 2002), pp. 355–73.Google Scholar
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    There are one or two minor slips: e.g. ‘Benedetto Egidio da Spoleto’ on p. 19 is the same figure as Benedetto Egio, correctly rendered on p. 20; Alberto Pio da Carpi was the uncle, not the brother, of Cardinal Rodolfo Pio da Carpi (pp. 112 and 115).Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eran Lupu
    • 1
  • Julia C. Kindt
    • 2
  • Martin Helzle
    • 3
  • Sergio Casali
    • 4
  • Pierre Gros
    • 5
  • Kathleen Coleman
    • 6
  • S. J. Harrison
    • 7
  • Gilbert Dagron
    • 8
  • Gotthard Strohmaier
    • 9
  • William Stenhouse
    • 10
  • Philippe Fleury
    • 11
  • Michael Poliakoff
    • 12
  • Charles Fantazzi
    • 13
  1. 1.Department of Classical and Semitic Languages and LiteraturesThe George Washington UniversityUSA
  2. 2.Department of Classics and Ancient HistoryUniversity of SydneySydneyAustralia
  3. 3.Department of ClassicsCase Western Reserve UniversityCleveland
  4. 4.Dipartimento di Antichità e tradizione classicaUniversità di Roma Tor VergataRomaItaly
  5. 5.Département Sciences de l'Antiquité U.F.R. Civilisations & HumanitésUniversité Aix-MarseillesAix-en-Provence
  6. 6.Department of the ClassicsHarvard UniversityUSA
  7. 7.Faculty of ClassicsUniversity of Oxford Corpus Christi CollegeOxford
  8. 8.Centre d'Histoire et Civilisation de ByzanceCollège de FranceFrance
  9. 9.Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften: ArabistikGotthard Strohmaier Freie Universität BerlinBerlinDeutschland
  10. 10.Department of HistoryYeshiva UniversityNew YorkUSA
  11. 11.Centre d'Études et de Recherche pour l'AntiquitéUniversité de Caen Basse-NormandieFrance
  12. 12.Washington, D.C.
  13. 13.Department of Foreign Languages and LiteraturesEast Carolina UniversityUSA

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