The Scientific Society SAIC, ‘Italian Archaeological School of Carthage. Do- cumentation, Training and Research’, was established in Sassari on 22 February 2016, by public act and has exceeded the number of 150 members. The Head Offices are in Tunis at the Italian Cultural Institute (Embassy of Italy) and at the Agence de Mise en Valeur du Patrimoine et de Promotion Culturelle (AMVPPC). In the first three years, the School opened in Tunis the Sabatino Moscati Library with over 6000 volumes, has published three issues of the journal ‘Carthage, Studies and Research’ and launched a series of Monographs. The School has promoted, with the AMVPPC of Tunis and the Institut National du Patrimoine (INP), the publication of the most recent volume on Carthage. The School carries out training activities in Italy and Tunisia and coordinates Tunisian-Italian archaeological research in Tunisia, signs con- ventions and agreements, successfully presents research projects at the MAECI, the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Fondazione di Sardegna. Among the most impor- tant scientific results are some archaeological excavations and the holding in Tunis of the XXI International Conference on Roman Africa, dedicated to Latin epigraphy

The Italian Archaeological School of Carthage / Mastino, Attilio; Ribichini, Sergio. - 8 (2019):(2019), pp. 149-160.

The Italian Archaeological School of Carthage

Mastino, Attilio;
2019

Abstract

The Scientific Society SAIC, ‘Italian Archaeological School of Carthage. Do- cumentation, Training and Research’, was established in Sassari on 22 February 2016, by public act and has exceeded the number of 150 members. The Head Offices are in Tunis at the Italian Cultural Institute (Embassy of Italy) and at the Agence de Mise en Valeur du Patrimoine et de Promotion Culturelle (AMVPPC). In the first three years, the School opened in Tunis the Sabatino Moscati Library with over 6000 volumes, has published three issues of the journal ‘Carthage, Studies and Research’ and launched a series of Monographs. The School has promoted, with the AMVPPC of Tunis and the Institut National du Patrimoine (INP), the publication of the most recent volume on Carthage. The School carries out training activities in Italy and Tunisia and coordinates Tunisian-Italian archaeological research in Tunisia, signs con- ventions and agreements, successfully presents research projects at the MAECI, the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Fondazione di Sardegna. Among the most impor- tant scientific results are some archaeological excavations and the holding in Tunis of the XXI International Conference on Roman Africa, dedicated to Latin epigraphy
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The Italian Archaeological School of Carthage / Mastino, Attilio; Ribichini, Sergio. - 8 (2019):(2019), pp. 149-160.
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