routes in byzantine and norman calabria
|Autore/i||Francesco A. Cuteri|
|Data di pubbl.||2008|
|Formato||12 x 22 cm|
The routes will lead visitors to discover the most traditional destinations as Stilo, Rossano, Santa Severina, Gerace and San Marco Argentano, as well as the most isolated and unknown places, preserving unchanged beauty and expressivity of the Byzantine and Norman tradition. Still today, with all its contradictions, Calabria can be considered an East land and the witnesses left by Byzantine and Norman people are expressions of an extraordinary page of history of Southern Italy which is absolutely important.
Francesco Antonio Cuteri, professor of Medieval Archaeology at "Mediterranea" University of Reggio Calabria, led many digging campaigns in Toscana and Calabria. He is author of publications on archaeological and mining subjects and supervised a volume on Norman Calabria. For Koinè published Discovering ancient Calabria, an archaeological itinerary in the provinces of Calabria. He is member of Deputazione di Storia Patria per la Calabria (deputation of country history for Calabria) and of Società degli archeologi Italiani (Circle of Italian Archeologists).