Archivio delle edizioni

dal 2020 al 1995

Serie IX, 2 (2020) – Miscellaneo | Serie IX, 1 (2019) – Miscellaneo | Serie VIII, 1 (2015) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 13-14 (2008-2009) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 11-12 (2006-2007) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 10, (2005) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 9 (2004) – Monografico | Serie VII, 8 (2003) – Monografico | Serie VII, 6-7 (2001-2002) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 4-5 (1999-2000) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 2-3 (1997-1998) – Miscellaneo | Serie VII, 1 (1996) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 23 (1995) – Monografico

dal 1994 al 1969

Serie VI, 22 (1994) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 21 (1993) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 20 (1992) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 19 (1991) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 18 (1990) – Monografico | Serie VI, 17 (1989) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 16 (1988) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 15 (1987) – Monografico | Serie VI, 14 (1987) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 13 (1986) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 12 (1986) – Monografico | Serie VI, 11 (1986) – Monografico | Serie VI, 10 (1985) – Monografico | Serie VI, 9 (1985) – Monografico | Serie VI, 8 (1984) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 7 (1983) – Monografico | Serie VI, 6 (1982) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 5 (1981) – Monografico | Serie VI, 4 (1980) – Miscellaneo | Serie VI, 3 (1980) – Monografico | Serie VI, 2 (1979) – Monografico | Serie VI, 1 (1978) – Miscellaneo | Serie V, 7 bis (1970) – Monografico | Serie V, 7 (1960) – Monografico | Serie V, 6 (1959) – Monografico | Serie V, 5 (1957) – Monografico

dal 1968 al 1943

Serie V, 4 (1956) – Monografico | Serie V, 3 (1956) – Monografico | Serie V, 2 (1955) – Miscellaneo | Serie V, 1 (1954) – Miscellaneo

dal 1942 al 1917

Serie IV, 5 (1927) | Serie IV, 4 (1925) | Serie IV, 3 (1923) – Miscellaneo | Serie IV, 2 (1921) – Monografico

dal 1916 al 1895

Serie III, 21 (1916) | Serie III, 20 (1915) | Serie III, 19 (1915) | Serie III, 18 (1914) | Serie III, 17 (1914) | Serie III, 16 (1913) | Serie III, 15 (1913) | Serie III, 14 (1913) | Serie III, 12 e 13 (1912) | Serie III, 11 (1911) | Serie III, 10 (1911) | Serie III, 9 (1911) | Serie III, 8 (1910) | Serie III, 7 (1910) | Serie III, 6 (1910) | Serie III, 5 (1910) | Serie III, 4 (1909) | Serie III, 3 (1909) | Serie III, 2 (1909) | Serie III, 1 (1909) | Serie II, 23 (1908) | Serie II, 22 (1908) | Serie II, 21 (1908) | Serie II, 20 (1908) | Serie II, 19 (1908) | Serie II, 18 (1907) | Serie II, 17 (1907) | Serie II, 16 (1907) | Serie II, 15 (1906) | Serie II, 14 (1906) | Serie II, 13 (1906) | Serie II, 12 (1905) | Serie II, 11 (1905) | Serie II, 8-10 (1904) | Serie II, 7 (1904) | Serie II, 6 (1903) | Serie II, 5 (1903) | Serie II, 4 (1903) | Serie II, 3 (1902) | Serie II, 2 (1902) | Serie II, 1 (1901) | Serie I, 19 (1900) | Serie I, 18 (1900) | Serie I, 17 (1900) | Serie I, 16 (1899) | Serie I, 15 (1899) | Serie I, 14 (1899) | Serie I, 13 (1899) | Serie I, 10-12 (1898) | Serie I, 9 (1897) | Serie I, 8 (1897) | Serie I, 7 (1897) | Serie I, 6 (1897) | Serie I, 5 (1896) | Serie I, 4 (1896) | Serie I, 3 (1895) | Serie I, 2 (1895) | Serie I, 1 (1895)

Serie IX, 2 (2020) – Miscellaneo


PROPERTIANA

Maria Federica Petraccia, I marones di Assisi: magistrature italiche tra Umbria ed Etruria / 7

abstract

Compared to the Iguvine Tables, the Umbrian texts of Assisi seem irrelevant. In them, however, you can find a whole series of elements of historical-juridical nature that allow to outline (even if in a ‘nuanced’ way) the city systems and public offices of the Umbrian Asisium such as that of the maru / maro which is not present in the Iguvine Tables, so much that Aldo Prosdocimi used to say that the presence of the quaestor in the Iguvine Tables suggested the possibility that marones of Asisium were its Umbrian correspondent.

Francesca Boldrighini, Asisium: some more aspects of the “self-romanization” of an Umbrian settlement / 25

abstract

This text is meant to add evidence to the “self-romanization” of the Umbrian city of Asisium, which was pointed out by Filippo Coarelli in a well known article (“Assisi repubblicana: riflessioni su un caso di auto romanizzazione”). The “Romanization” of Asisium, beginning in the second century b.C., involves the early reception of the Latin language and of Roman architectural schemes in the public area, but also extends to private buildings: the high quality of some decorations found in Asisium must be due to workers coming from Rome, and states a strong relationship with the capital. With the Perusine war in 42 a.C., the ties between the local aristocracy and Rome undergo a crisis, which however seems to be overcome by the end of the Augustan era.

MISCELLANEA

Gianfranco Binazzi, La trasformazione dei templi in chiese dall’Alto Medioevo al Rinascimento, in Umbria / 57

abstract

Recently studies have been published on the transformation of ancient pagan temples located in Italy and, more generally, within the Roman Empire into Christian churches. This study analyses four such cases, occurring in Umbria during a broad time frame from the Early Middle Ages to the Renaissance.

Nicolangelo D’Acunto, 1160 / 1209. Le due vite del diploma di Federico I Barbarossa per Assisi fra memoria cittadina e progettualità istituzionale / 93

abstract

The article presents a renewed diplomatistic analysis of Frederick Redbeard’s diploma for Assisi of 1160, of which we have a copy in a communal cartulario of Assisi dating from 1290. Through that diploma, the Emperor placed the town under his exclusive and direct protection, established the boundaries of the town districtus and forbade the construction of castles therein by intermediate authorities. The A. defines the political and ideal context in which the newborn city communal institutions, with the insertion of the diploma in the cartulario, fostered the recovery of the memory of the imperial identity of the town, in opposition to the intentions of Pope Innocent III.

Paolo Capitanucci, Frate Evangelista Quattrami da Gubbio dalla peste all’alchimia / 107

abstract

The article briefly takes into account the work of the Augustinian Evagelista Quattrami, with particular connection with his examination of alchemy, as it emerges from the reading of La Vera dichiaratione, printed in Rome in the late 16th century. The figure of Quattrami, “simplist and distiller” from Gubbio for a long time at the service of illustrious persons of the Este family, prove to be emblematic of a world at the dawn of modernity, in which the “old” naturalistic structure of aristotelic and scholastic philosophy shares the scene with the different expressions of the research of a “new” knowledge.

Ezio Genovesi, Le Cantique des Creatures di Charles Marie Dulac (1865-1898) / 133

abstract

Out of his deep devotion to Francis of Assisi, the French artist gave a singular and truly innovative interpretation of the Canticle of the Creatures in lithographic plates, without ever having visited the places of the Saint. During his three long stays in Italy, in the last years of a short life marked by an incurable poisoning contracted at work, Dulac executed a good number of small paintings with landscapes in a symbolist language. This article, after having discussed the terms of his artistic background and his ascetic life, proposes a reading of two of his series of prints, with particular attention to those of the Canticle and, finally, finds points of commonality between these prints and the views of the surroundings of Assisi taken in the moments of dawn and sunset, as another form of prayer.

Laura Melelli, Il Parco del Monte Subasio: un prototipo regionale di geodiversità / 199

abstract

Geodiversity, or the variety of geological, paleontological, topographic and hydrographic parameters is the starting point for biodiversity. Geomorphodiversity is a part of geodiversity and shows the variety of landforms. To assess the value of geomorphodiversity of an area is fundamental for the promotion of the geoheritage. The Monte Subasio Regional Park is an excellent test area to show a geomorphodiversity index (GmI) that is a key tool to assess the environmental complexity. Spatial analyses in GIS starting form and parameters from DEMs are the core of the method. The index proves that the park has areas with high values of GmI, being the geotourism a promising approach for knowing and exploiting the natural resource.

COMUNICAZIONI

La chiesa medievale di “S. Gregorio” (de Coltraticciis) nel contado di Assisi (Francesco Santucci) / 229

Essere a Perugia: Cornelio Fabro e una celebrazione accademica (Lorenzo Spezia) / 235


RECENSIONI E SEGNALAZIONI

Tra Francesco e Federico II, memorie di un santo e di un imperatore ad ottocento anni dall’incontro con il sultano Al Kamil, Convegno nazionale, (Assisi, Sacro Convento di San Francesco, 21 novembre 2019) (Stefania Lillocci) / 251

Simona Montanari, Giorgio Scala stuccatore ticinese del Settecento tra Umbria, Marche e Romagna, Foligno, Associazione Orfini Numeister, 2019 (Paola Mercurelli Salari) / 254

La chiesa della “Madonna di Colderba” presso Assisi, a cura di Francesco Santucci, Foligno, 101 edizioni, 2019 (Daniele Sini) / 258

Francesco Guarino, Il ponte sul Chiascio a Bastia (secc. XIII-XIX) – Note storiche e documenti d’archivio, Bastia Umbra, Cicero Pro Domo Sua, 2020 (Lucia Pallaracci) / 261

Francesco Lampone – Maria Luisa Pacelli, Assisi. Un Viaggio Letterario, Assisi, AssisiMia Edizioni, 2019 (Claudio Volpi) / 264

Dott. Francesco Guarino (Roma, 1941 – Bastia Umbra, 2021) (Pier Maurizio Della Porta) / 267

Serie IX, 1 (2019) – Miscellaneo


Red., Nota ai lettori / 5

PROPERTIANA

Giorgio Bonamente, I Properzi di Assisi / 13

abstract

In his systematic studies on the Properzi in the Roman world, published in 1985 and 1986, Giovanni Forni identified 93 attestations, distributed as follows: 25 in Rome, 24 in the province of Numidia, 20 in Assisi and 8 in Proconsular Africa, for a total of 93 Since then, three other epigraphs have been edited, by Luigi Sensi, Enrico Zuddas and Maria Bonamente. The present list takes into account the new accessions and also takes into consideration the implicit references present in epigraphic texts: the number of Properzi of Assisi therefore becomes 41.

Maria Federica Petraccia, Capidas a proposito. Note storico-prosopografiche a margine di CIL XI 5390 / 23

abstract

The text re-examines the very famous epigraphic document concerning the execution of a murum ad fornice ad circum et fornicem cisternamq(ue) by six marones, who appear to act on the resolution of the local ordo decurionalis (CIL XI, 5390). Two of them bear the nomen Capidas which finds a single other epigraphic confirmation in a text from Falerio Picenus, which makes certain its declination in the proper form of ethnonyms, with a dative in the form Capidati (CIL IX, 6078). Capidas Capidatis would be a ‘name’ originated from an ethnonym, deriving from the toponym * Capidum ager Capidatis not otherwise attested.

MISCELLANEA

Francesco Santucci, L’antica «bailìa di Mosciole e Petrata» / 39

abstract