Book in Italian – Since 1972 STAS publishes an annual bulletin in which their studies are collected, various essays on the territory of Viterbo but also research in a vaster area of scientific importance and the acts of their conferences. The Tarquinia Society of Art and History, a group organized with a decree of the President of the Republic, is one of the cultural societies recognized by the Ministry of Culture and is inserted in the list of the Regione Lazio’s cultural associations. Among its scopes is that to valorize the local artistic and historic patrimony, promote the initiatives that wish to protect and teach the culture of the town and its territory.
Since 1972 STAS publishes an annual bulletin in which their studies are collected, various essays on the territory of Viterbo but also research in a vaster area of scientific importance and the acts of their conferences. In the archival sector the Società does work of recuperating and conservation of noble family archives, continually consulted by scholars and researchers. They also do a vast activity of scientific research on historic, artistic, literary and musical themes that are used in conferences, exhibits, encounters and debates and are documented in their publications. (from the websit www.artestoriatarquinia.it)
The reclamation of the tumulus of Poggio Gallinaro. Marcello Antonj, Inedited ceramic materials.
Inedited ceramic materials
Historic considerations on the Byzantine Duchy of Rome: the limes in the Mignone valley between the VI and VII centuries.
The pieve of S. Maria in Plano, Ischia di Castro (VT): the Materno of the Tabula Peutingeriana? An archeological research of paleontology and anthropological interest.
“..et cum portu qui dicitur portus Bertalli” topographic and subacqueo research on a thousand year old port between Tarquinia and Civitavecchia
Notes on epigraphic methods. A critical re-reading of two high middle ages inscriptions from Sutri and Civita Castellana
The Statuto of the Ortolonani of Corneto in 1379- a historic and judiciary study.
The governing class of Corneto in the second half of the 1400s
The inedited “Capitoli” of a contract for building the high altar of the 1700s in Civita Castellana’s cathedral.
Conclusions on the reorganization and conservation of the patrimony of STAS documents and archives.