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Villa Adriana

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Villa AdrianaVilla Adriana

A few kilometers from Rome, near the town of Tivoli, located ruins of Villa Adriana official residence of the Roman emperor Adrian that ordered his construction, using a ownend Wife land between the 118 to 134 A.D. The Villa Adriana was conceived by Emperor Adrian as his imperial residence away from Rome, and is the most important and complex of ancient Roman villa we stayed, is larger than the entire city of Pompeii (at least 80 hectares). The 'Emperor Adrian relied not only to the aid of architects for the building because it was also very impressed by some of the buildings visited during his travels in Greece, Egypt, etc. .. And these interests for the Hellenistic culture, East and also for the cult of Isis identified a number of valuable artifacts. Adrian obviously cared a lot about this residence and engaged in the work until his death in 138 AD. Many of the architectural design of Villa Adriana are an empereor own creations in the past, as reported by Dio Cassius, he dedicated himself to building science arguing with loved architect Apollodorus of Damascus at the time of Trajan.

Adrian was also the creator of the Roman Temple of Venus and Rome The imperial villa was very large and huge for the era, articulated in a number of buildings and numerous underpasses often used for the transport of goods. The important guests were often welcomed in a place that for the likely fine decorations was called Piazza d'Oro.

Villa Adriana is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Monuments (year 1999) was rediscovered by no more than fivehundred years, while remaining largely unknown in its substance. Villa Adriana lived until late antiquity, and, after being sacked by Totila, he met many centuries of neglect, during which he became "Old Tivoli", a quarry of bricks and marble for the nearby town of Tivoli and Episcopalian.

At the end of the fifteenth century, Biondo Flavio identified again as the Villa of Emperor Hadrian was talking about the Historia Augusta, and at the same time Pope Alexander VI Borgia promoted the first excavations at Odeon, during which the statues were discovered by Muse currently sitting at the Prado Museum in Madrid. His fame was consecrated by Pope Pius II, who visited and described in his Commentaries. During the first excavation Odeon were found several statues of the Muses sat, now in the Museo del Prado in Madrid Starting from the sixteenth century, Villa Adriana became the subject of numerous excavations all aimed at the discovery of treasures - mainly sculptures and mosaics - which were coveted of the great collectors of antiquities, first Popes and Cardinals, and later Roman nobles and European, especially English.

The first excavations on a large scale back in the mid-sixteenth century, and were sponsored by Ippolito II d'Este, son of Lucrezia Borgia, at that time Governor of Tivoli. He availed himself of the work of the great architect and antiquarian Pirro Ligorio, who designed and built for him the magnificent Villa d'Este in Tivoli, transforming the old Bishop's Palace of delights in a renaissance, with the expenditure of over one million of gold crowns - staggering in any era. Pirro Ligorio excavated in various parts of Villa Adriana in search of statues and marbles to decorate the Villa d'Este, and he left three precious Codes where recounts his explorations and describes his findings, inframmezzandole with legends and 'life pictures 'the ancient Romans.

Codes Ligorio became one of the most sought-readings of the great patrons of the Renaissance, and contributed greatly to spread the fame of Villa Adriana at Tivoli and its beauty, and the legends of its priceless treasures. The excavations were multiplied. The famous statues of Centaurs in gray marble, of Aristeas and Papias, were discovered in 1737 by Cardinal Furietti all  Academy, and are now in the Capitoline Museum in Rome in the seventeenth century at Villa Adriana worked a myriad of small diggers private, and was particularly active Bulgarini family still owns the Academy at the top of the Villa. The Cardinal Barberini Candelabra Bulgarini discovered in the Academy, now preserved in the Vatican Museums. In the eighteenth century Simplicio Bulgarini granted permission to dig at Cardinal Alessandro Furietti, who unearthed the famous statues in the Hall of the Academy of Aristeas and Papias of the Centaurs and the Red Faun now preserved in the Capitoline Museum. During the eighteenth century, Villa Adriana became largely the property of Count Fede, who planted the beautiful cypress trees that are seen today and dug actively looking for new statues for his collection, then dispersed at his death. Villa Adriana became a milestone in the time of the Grand Tour of wealthy English nobles, willing to spend any money while in their homes to show statues and vases in the Villa, as valuable trophies travel. Particularly active was Gavin Hamilton, English antiquarian and art dealer, along with tivolese Domenico De Angelis: their excavation to Pantanello unearthed an enormous amount of sculptures. Beautiful fragments of stucco decoration of one of the times of the Great Baths.

In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the English nobles who visited the Villa during the Grand Tour, shot the stucco to make them fall and get some souvenir of the trip only in the nineteenth century, after several changes of ownership and subdivision, Villa Adriana was partially purchased by the United of Italy, who started the first works of restoration. (For a detailed history of the excavations see Bibliography Gusman 1904, Winnefeld 1895, De Franceschini 1991, Guidobaldi 1994, MacDonald-Pinto 1995) At Villa Adriana has never been a stratigraphic excavation, but always digging antique treasure hunting, or - more recently - Partial surveys and limited excavations or large cleaning.

We know nothing, therefore, of material found, ignore the stages of decline and abandonment of the Villa, although deducible from rough patches and changes. Most of the statues and mosaics found only a generic allocation to the Villa, and rarely know the exact point of discovery. Other findings of which we know have gone missing and we do not know anything. In terms of sculpture, there is still a lot of work.