About this lecture
On Tuesday, February 21 at 18.00, at the Santa Chiara Auditorium in Foggia, headquarters of the Apulia Felix Foundation, Roberto Nardi presented at a public conference the results of the program of conservation of the Nuraghic sculptures of Monte Prama, Cabras, Sardinia.
The conservation project was carried out by CCA between 2007 and 2011 and saw conservators dealing with over 5000 stone fragments, that have been carefully documented and assembled. Eventually, they comprised a collection of 38 statues representing archers, boxers, warriors and models of Nuraghe.
Attended the event Simonetta Bonomi, Superintendent Archeologia Belle Arti Paesaggio for the provinces of Foggia and Barletta, Andria and Trani, and Giuliano Volpe, President of the Apulia Felix Foundation and President of the Higher Council ‘Cultural Heritage and Landscape’.
Speaker(s): Roberto Nardi
Date: February 21st, 2017
Location(s): Auditorium Santa Chiara, Foggia, Italy
Organizing Institution(s): Università di Foggia, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici / Fondazione Apuleia Felix / Soprintendenza Archeologica Belle Arti Paesaggio per le provincie di Foggia e di Barletta, Andria e Trani