Giovanni Rizza and Crete, 1956-2011: the “long story” of a profound relationship. The article traces the life and long career of Giovanni Rizza, with special reference to the excavations and research carried out in Crete, which together with ancient Sicily is one of the great poles of the scholar’s scientific activity. Particularly importance, in addition to research on the development of daedalic art from the 7th century BC, which originated from his participation in the excavations of Gortyna as a pupil of the Italian Archaeological School of Athens, is given to the Priniàs excavation campaign, which engaged his activity from 1969 until his death.

Giovanni Rizza e Creta, 1956-2011: la "storia lunga" di una relazione profonda

Dario Palermo
2019

Abstract

Giovanni Rizza and Crete, 1956-2011: the “long story” of a profound relationship. The article traces the life and long career of Giovanni Rizza, with special reference to the excavations and research carried out in Crete, which together with ancient Sicily is one of the great poles of the scholar’s scientific activity. Particularly importance, in addition to research on the development of daedalic art from the 7th century BC, which originated from his participation in the excavations of Gortyna as a pupil of the Italian Archaeological School of Athens, is given to the Priniàs excavation campaign, which engaged his activity from 1969 until his death.
Giovanni Rizza, Crete, Gortyn, Daedalic Style, Prinias
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