commons . wikimedia . org/wiki/File:2012-09-07_Mosaico_del_Nilo_museo_Palestrina . jpg — his last names a big house, means pained, the word itself in italian == http ://www . nobili-napoletani.it/Afflitto . htm
this is rieger’s, pasted to here.
Sergio d’Afflitto/bbc has it D’afflitto = deputy director of the Roman section of the Union of Atheists and Rationalist Agnostics of Italy, : his picture of the mosaic is lovely.
ck 20 september la breccia, 2012= 142nd anniversary of the capture of rome
listed once as webmaster @ uaar dot it
check they’re from kin of st. eustachio
this is the url to the photo:
i don’t know what that is, it’s time to leave though.
to Wolfgang Rieger, June 15, 2019, at German Wikipedia Talk page: I only speak English and have never “Wiki-Talked” before and this page isn’t translatable by the system. I’m looking for a simple image of the “Palestrina mosaic” you did a whole Wikipedia (German) article on and it seems the only “safe” copy I can find, I’d like to highlight it on my blog as “fair use,” i.e. without paying anything but don’t feel comfortable unless it’s okay with the photographer, etc. My email is (kathy foshay is my name,) UniverseRescue . Attempt @ gmail.com.
The screen actually responded instead of rejected that when I pushed a big blue button then, that my edit has been saved. I’ll have to gather and put the Palestrina pieces here.
nobili – napoletani . it /Afflitto . htm
The Dal Pozzo copies of the Palestrina mosaic — loc, helen whitehouse, 97 p, 1976 — “The Palestrina mosaic copies [from the collections of the Royal Library, Windsor Castle] are contained in Windsor Portfolio Pf. Z and bear the numbers 19201-219 … ” p. 11. Includes bibliographical references. Then they’ve got the 1995 pgp meyboom pubd in leiden, and in german a thesis by Steinmeyer-Schareika, Angela, Das Nilmosaik von Palestrina und eine ptolemäische Expedition nach Äthiopien ; Bonn, Habelt, 1978.
S. Aurigemma examined back to delineate original from new portions — wow, Murray, O. (1979). Helen Whitehouse, The Dal Pozzo Copies of the Palestrina Mosaic (B. A. R. Supplementary Series XII). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 1976. Pp. 97, pp. 43 illustrations. Journal of Roman Studies, 69, 217-218. doi:10.2307/299086 — then I got this log in sign and i don’t ever know what to do with those, the few times i’ve logged in i was told i’m not qualified to log in and since then i just can’t mess with anything, it doesn’t matter how simple it seems, i just trust fewer and fewer things, people. Here this oswyn was saying, in the first paragraph and then you have to continue to he next page and i lost the flashed sign for doing so and don’t know then about trying a standard log in, he’d written that in its first cut-up trip to rome it was returned upside down, backwards, for an example of some of what it’s been through to its present state. He was reviewing whitehouse’s book and maybe he was summarizing from there. I’d looked at the Whitehouse book in the loc, around 2010.
= check casiano dal pozzo ==Cassiano dal Pozzo (1588 – 22 October 1657) was an Italian scholar and patron of arts. The secretary of Cardinal Francesco Barberini, he was an antiquary in the classicizing circle of Rome, and a long-term friend and patron of Nicolas Poussin, whom he supported from his earliest arrival in Rome: Poussin in a letter declared that he was “a disciple of the house and the museum of cavaliere dal Pozzo.” A doctor with interests in the proto-science of alchemy, a correspondent of major figures like Galileo, a collector of books and master drawings, dal Pozzo was a node in the network of European scientific figures.
He was raised in Florence and educated at the University of Pisa. In 1612 he moved to Rome, where with deft diplomacy he moved among influential and cultivated patrons. After taking up a position as secretary in Cardinal Barberini’s household in 1623, Cassiano soon became a prominent figure in Rome’s intellectual life; both he and the Cardinal were members of the Accademia dei Lincei, the scientific society founded by principe Federico Cesi. Cassiano was soon joined in Rome by his younger brother Carlo Antonio (1606–1689), who shared his artistic and scientific interests and played a significant role in augmenting the collection that Cassiano commenced about 1615 and came to call his Museo Cartaceo (“Paper Museum”). The brothers also maintained collections of live birds and animals in their palazzo on via dei Chiavari in Rome. Aside from drawings of artists of the Quattrocento and the High Renaissance, he commissioned from his “giovani ben intendenti del disegno” hundreds of drawings after the Antique and examples of curiosities of every kind. Cassiano had casts made of works of sculpture, such as the reliefs of Trajan’s Column, which Poussin seems to have drawn at leisure, rather than working from the original (Friedlaender 1964).
Aside from his lasting friendship with Poussin, who shared his antiquarian interests and from whom Cassiano commissioned the series of seven Sacraments and the illustrated manuscript of Leonardo‘s Le Regole e Precetti della Pittura, Cassiano’s patronage extended to the French painter in Rome Simon Vouet and the classicizing sculptor Alessandro Algardi, to Artemisia Gentileschi, Gian Lorenzo Bernini (from whom he commissioned a bust of his uncle, Carlo Antonio), Pietro da Cortona, Caravaggio as well as lesser-known contemporary artists whom he kept busy with lesser commissions for his Museo Cartaceo. His close connections with leading European scientists such as Galileo, with scholars and philosophers, kept him fully informed of the latest archaeological and scientific discoveries, for all of which he attempted to provide a visual record in his Museo. Cassiano also appears to have patronized the publication of manuscripts on painting by Matteo Zaccolini.
Cassiano accumulated illustrations of Roman sculpture and antiquities, including drawings by and after Pirro Ligorio, and—unusually—of early medieval works. In addition, he collected a whole range of natural history, geological samples and fossils, botanical illustrations and drawings of microscope observations, in effect, wunderkammer of objects. As antiquarian, Cassiano applied a new systematic methodology: classical monuments were painstakingly measured, drawn and annotated, in a manner that would not become usual until the mid-eighteenth century. This massive accumulation he classified thematically, according to the testimony they represented of antique cult, customs, dress, and architecture. The Museo was never published—a herculean venture currently under way— but dal Pozzo generously made it available to scholars in Rome. Some of the bird drawings commissioned by Cassiano were made use of by Giovanni Pietro Olina in his book Uccelliera (1684).
After the death of Federico Cesi, it was left to Cassiano dal Pozzo and Francesco Stelluti to conserve the precious inheritance of scientific instruments, books and research. Rather than see Cesi’s library dispersed, Cassiano purchased it, with part of Cesi’s natural history cabinet, in December 1633 and housed it with his own collection at Sant’Andrea della Valle.His financial and intellectual support helped the Lincei achieve its most lasting monument, Il Tesoro Messicano, which was brought to the printer between 1628 and 1651.
After the visit to Rome in 1636 of the English physician George Ent (later a fellow of the Royal Society), a correspondence ensued. Cassiano sent Ent specimens of petrified wood and a tabletop made from fossil wood, which had come from the estates of Federico Cesi at Acquasparta; the specimens and the tabletop were shown to early meetings of the Royal Society and had a significant part in the developing debate on the origin of fossils. The correspondence also records exchanges of books between London and Rome; among medical matters there is news of William Harvey and his works.
His contemporary biographer was Carlo Dati, whose laudatory oration Delle lodi del Commendator Cassiano dal Pozzo was printed in Florence, 1664. His portrait by Jan Van de Hoeck was included in the exhibition Cassiano dal Pozzo. I segreti di un Collezionista, 2000.
Cassiano’s heirs sold the Museo to the Albani Pope Clement XI, who resold it to his connoisseur nephew Cardinal Alessandro Albani. In 1762 the major part was purchased for George III, a scientific amateur himself, who kept the collection at Buckingham Palace. It remains part of the Royal Collection, but is now divided, according to its subject matter, between Windsor Castle, the British Museum, the British Library, the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew (mycological specimens), and the library of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Material not purchased for King George is at the Institut de France in Paris (botanical drawings) and elsewhere.
A comprehensive catalogue raisonné of the collection in thirty-four volumes is in progress of publication under the title The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. It is being produced under the auspices of the Royal Collection Trust and the Warburg Institute, and with the support of the British Academy, the Accademia dei Lincei and the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres.
- “Cassianus a Puteo” in scholarly circles. “A Puteo” in Latin, “dal Pozzo” in Italian, have the same literal meaning, “from the well”.
- Quoted in Walter Friedlaender, Nicolas Poussin: A New Approach (New York: Abrams) 1964, p. 19.
- They were painted in Paris; the last one arrived in Rome in 1642
- A. Cook, “A Roman correspondence: George Ent and Cassiano dal Pozzo, 1637-55” in Notes Rec R Soc Lond. 2005 Jan 22;59(1):5-23.
- “The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo: a catalogue raisonné”. Warburg Institute. Archived from the original on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 17 April 2015.
- Francis Haskell, Mecenati e pittori (Florence) 1966.
- Ingo Herklotz, Cassiano dal Pozzo und die Archaeologie des 17. Jahrhunderts in series Romische Forschungen der Bibliotheca Hertziana, 28 (Munich: Hirmer) 1999.
- Cassiano dal Pozzo. I segreti di un Collezionista (Galleria Borghese, Rome, 2000, etc.) Travelling exhibition; catalogue by Lorenza Mochi and Francesco Solinas. Briefly described on-line
- Walter Friedlaender, Nicolas Poussin: A New Approach (New York: Abrams) 1964.
- “Cassiano dal Pozzo”. Accademia dei Lincei. Retrieved 17 April 2015.
- “Amazing Rare Things: the art of natural history in the Age of Discovery”. Royal Collection Trust. Retrieved 17 April 2015. (Images of natural history drawings, including many from Cassiano’s collection, taken from an exhibition held in 2007–8.)
They “collected” everything, like the LOC. Maybe it was all looted or tricked from people, etc.
Claudius Aelianus (Greek: Κλαύδιος Αἰλιανός; c. 175 – c. 235 AD), commonly Aelian (/ˈiːliən/), born at Praeneste, was a Roman author and teacher of rhetoric who flourished under Septimius Severus and probably outlived Elagabalus, who died in 222. He spoke Greek so fluently that he was called “honey-tongued” (μελίγλωσσος meliglossos); Roman-born, he preferred Greek authors, and wrote in a slightly archaizing Greek himself. == This looks like “Elian” which reminds me of the 2001 or 1999 Elian Gonzalez [april 22, 2000 they took custody and that battle started– he’s on facebook.] — Aeolis is that whole big area around Lesbos, that likely Troy area.
commons . wikimedia . org/wiki/File:2012-09-07_Mosaico_del_Nilo_museo_Palestrina . jpg
http ://www . polomusealelazio . beniculturali . it/index . php?it/228/museo-archeologico-nazionale-di-palestrina-e-santuario-della-fortuna-primigenia
— Oh, I got cut off and lost alot of little details on this. check, Italy where else site
http ://discoverplaces . travel/journal/the-mosaic-of-the-nile-of-palestrina-in-the-documentary-the-nile-in-stone/ — and this is about the 1954 film by Ponti-De Laurentis company, directed by Gian Luigi Rondi.
I hadn’t obsessively saved and somehow hit the X on the tabs line up there and lost the blog somehow like that by my fingers’ allegedly hitting a delete button somewhere.
Denial , I mean, The Nile, In Stone…. I’m looking for a copy of it to put here, more and more sure that it’s a “communication attempt” on how south of Rome had been invaded, normal people had been invaded and more or less murdered off.
This one is great, it has a close-up that clearly shows the resemblance of the characters from the Domenichino’s St. Nilus meeting the Emperor Otto in Grottaferratta =
=/corvinus . nl/2018/12/22/palestrina-the-nile-mosaic/
check Nemi Ships, by Caligula, discovered by Mussolini and lost in flames one says.
— I cannot find one today, and then the 2 days “off” coming up now. I did find a site that will likely be okay to borrow a photo of his from but I’d have to get in email-gmail touch about that first and these bums have been making the cellphone near-useless lately, making troubles for me any which way they can so that anything’s too much difficulty for me to even try easily like that might be for other people to simply be doing. Then it isn’t fair to want to use something from your site when I don’t want to give you this URL because of all the end of the earth that these “bums” are making off of keeping me victimized, like that’s a sport-game they’re always doing this like, it feels like out here somewhat sometimes, etc. for the non-existence of it all.
http ://www . s8int . com/dinolit2.html — check Guanajuato bizarre findings.
www . polomusealelazio . beniculturali . it /index.php?it/228/museo-archeologico-nazionale-prenestino
pm-laz @ beniculturali . it
Ph: +39 06 9538100
Full: 5,00 €
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amateurtraveler . com /archeology-museum-in-palestrina-italy-treasures/
www . annecristie . com/blog/city-of-palestrina-museum-of-palestrina-location-near-rome
this one has a must-see photo of the model of that hill and sanctuary — http ://museumreviews . joydaz . ca/?p=143
https ://www . roamingrequired . com/palestrina-lazio-italy/
www . italythisway . com/places/palestrina.php
https ://www . academia . edu /34605014/From_the_loss_of_a_city_to_the_discover_of_Archaeological_Heritage_the_modern_story_of_Palestrina
— I have to turn this off now, on the third page only of the search-engine search on just “Palestrina mosaic.” When/if I get a good photo to put here of it then I’d put that Domenchino’s St. Nilus down around the lower right corner to show the connection of the invaders entering the “nest” of the unsuspectings, who were living on the water like that, that That is water, and such as that, reminds me I forgot to search on this TF McNair Scott I think his name goes, pediatrician to the Philadelphia Children’s Hospital after the RIMR.
May 29, Wednesday; What I’ve got now is a set that I guess is chronologically-linked:
the Palestrina mosaic
the Domenichino mural/painting
the “Triumph of Caeser” set of 10 paintings that wound up in England, said to be by Mantegna, seems to be this same trumpets-style as the Domenichino
There’s a 20th century Polish painting of Otto III that reminds me of the Domenichino’s Otto III figure and trying to figure for getting a permission on putting it here is up to where I just learned it was donated to Syracuse, NY”s Le Moyne College’s library, is there now with the set that it was commissioned for for the 1939 NY World’s Fair. While I’m looking into how to request that I can put it here on the blog I got off first in trying to place who Le Moyne was, and then I have to check also into the person who’d first commissioned the subject matter-set and then donated it all to Le Moyne College, Baron Stefan K. De Ropp, I have to try to look into all about and this is a bunch of days of looking into these odds and end details because the leader of the painting group, calling itself the Brotherhood of St. Luke, from Warsaw looks like a “Shahan-type” but also then there was a bomb that killed 2 policeman at the Fair right near the Polish Pavilion where the paintings were but the NY Daily News’ write-up on the bomb has a photo that makes the main policeman look more like a “Shahan-type” than do the other photos of the policeman that I can find, and he was a pharmacist from the Bronx, Joseph J. Lynch. There are alot of interconnections here plus recall that I’m working on that 1939 and 1964 NY World’s Fair because it comes up in the “Limitless” novel that I’m saying that film and then tv show of itself set is all ill hogwash. So, while looking into LeMoyne right off I’d somehow found then this mural, that I’ll have to “save” this and go add a click-on too then:
[Here it’s just a mishmash as I’ve got all this confusion from the torture going on but don’t want to delete the material completely:] …The Palestrina mosaic little project: I had to delete this link, the petroleum-LURE is wild this morning/weekend (6/15/19)= Wow, it’s the first time I’ve noticed to try a “Press This” application, from a girl’s blog when she’d visited Italy and taken a good photo of the Palestrina mosaic I’m looking all over for a good copy of. What I’d generally been looking for was for a person who’d say it’s okay if I take a photo of their posted photo, hers being in the middle of this post, with the person standing on the lower right looking at the mosaic installed on the wall, instead of the floor where it’d originally been. I hope Laura’s okay with my doing this, but really I don’t like to link to anybody because of all the controversialness, sic, of the subject-sets here. Nevertheless, this mosaic might be a piece of the trail that the invading New World Autists had taken in this that has now become out (petroleum-based) global-system, that lives off of little me in particular, etc., is why I’m looking for a copy of this mosaic, me thinking that that’s Lake Nemi that’s depicted and not the Nile….
6/23/19, Sunday; There are centuries of unknown goings-on going on here that I’ll be trying to get straight somehow. The secondary point here is just the business with the more or less the same Otto III character in first the Italian and then this Polish painting. What Otto III’s actual chronology was I’ll have to look up but going by that he’s depicted facing left I’m guessing that the Autist-group had gone down into Italy say from France and invaded the Etruscan people and had difficulty invading Rome and so had gone by boat the the other side of Rome and began the sneak-invasion as depicted by that, Domenichino’s, St. Nilus Meeting the Emperor Otto III that was a mural in Grottaferratta, Italy, I think is the spelling. Achieving their infiltration of Rome I’d guess that then Otto III had “run” up to try to find the consortium-group headquartered in maybe King Casimir the Great the III’s Krakow, Poland. This bottom painting was only made in 1938, for the NY World’s Fair. I’ll have to make a link to the artist-group that made the group of the exhibition-paintings plus I haven’t yet looked at the rest of the set of paintings, that just this first one interested me because Otto III was the Emperor at the time of the year 1000 A.D. millennium and I’m in this year 2000 A.D. millennium “Armageddon Show” off of my trapped “magically” self and so looking to see if there are parallels on account of the resemblance of the painting by Blake of the “Great Whore of Babylon,” that I’ll have to try to fit in a link to here because I have to move along with this Otto III picture-set before I can, later in the week, try to start looking into what his chronology was or might have been. I think they say he’d died at the age of 22 in Sicily, around the volcano Mt. Etna. Then there’s some whole small collection of various odd paintings of Otto III I’d be looking for as well because this is how the global-system has grown itself, Otto III being some major historical character for the system. That brings the necessity of that Judgment of Otto III diptych’s being brought in as an illustration that it’s all by, for and about the “brain-eaters” as I believe “these bums” really, like, revel in being, — limitlessly. I don’t understand it and that’s why I was wondering this morning about the Etruscans and that perhaps this LURING humans concept had been the Autists’ interpretation of learning how to trap animals for food. It would be out of context to neglect to bear in mind that, to my findings, the food was missing because the Autists had extincted the North American dinosaurs by egg-smashing before the young were born, to no more dinosaurs that way.
That actually reminds me of the small chapter in the Diego Rivera autobiography that appears to be “evidence” toward this subject, and is one flight up from here right now, I could go get a copy of that while I’m here today. I was going to look into taking out that book again just to highlight that little chapter’s goings on and moreso a photo from the Francesco Scavullo 1948-1984 art book because there’s an odd endpiece photograph of a lady named Coffin that likely Scavullo had gotten ovae from that they became a stereotype of ladies that look like that lady in an old costume but the photo only maybe from about 1948, in Virginia somehow, and now I’ve got this horrifying Infinite Jest is what these Jomon corsortium bums have been doing off of me the past 2-3 decades part of all this lifetime of this abuse, I hadn’t heard of this book, don’t have much time for fiction and had only come across this 20-year ago book author’s name last month to be learning about that suicide and — the guy next to me they’ve s***show now got doing a routine is making me nervous and hence the — lack of taking a breath here, — all these books that are involved in this Limitless-and-Infinite Jest serotonin-trafficking “French Connection” problem-set little Kathy Foshay has got slobbered all over me, the 4 books from this set are all the same Little, Brown and Company publishing company that’s a piece of a mega-conglomerate, and I can feel the “Jomon” crawling on me now as that’s Armageddon-making interesting to the “Jomon,” because then it’s stereotype and others of the consortium from the Autists-group are the rich people having a ball at the top of all this holocaust-horror, leading me to wonder the Jomon hadn’t extrapolated the trapping animals to people off of the Etruscans. I really have to sign off because there wouldn’t be enough time for me to “unload” about all this horror all over me. But, the Little, Brown company had started with I think the guy’s name was Charles Coffin Little, so I was trying to recollect if there could be any connection between Scavullo’s friend it looks like the lady is and the publishing megagopolis that is over the Little, Brown and Company’s 4 different books that are a part of this I’m stuck with right now:
the usual 1969 French Connection by Robin Moore,
the 1998 The Dark Fields that became the Limitless novel and film and tv show
the Infinite Jest (1996) jest cover-story for this LURE off of me and then the
1990-ish Signifying Rappers where the IJ author had previously written about the new-then rap music, me thinking there’s likely to be a link — the bums cut me off, they lost a page of this explication I just did, all about all kinds of things. I have to try to sign myself off 2 times or some such now and leave these regulars here without me. — All kinds of games the “Alexander Graham Bell/Longfellow” -type Jomon bums are as usual having off of behind my back living off of me, the little thing on the tab won’t quit whirling around and around, the animal-boys all day long every day, this Infinite Jest off of poor little me for their world cannibalism profiteer and brain-eating selves and they’re really only from primitive islanders I’m pretty sure, had led to this Etruscan figuring this morning, that they’re only morons, they stole everything, just creepy ugly little dumb wads, infuriating me now as that whirring — the asshole is in my head, like usual for this “Armageddon Show/Program/real-life destroying,” and they’re just having a ball off of how upset getting cut off and losing that page and then how to sign off double had made me.
6/24/19, Monday, the “infuriated” I think comes from all the “track-changing” of the getting cut off without warning, probably only because it’s slightly differently programmed at that library, — and now I’m trying the internet Explorer type of the search-engine or what this is, instead of the g**gle that petroleum-worries me name, — and then I’d gotten up to go sign up again before the place closed but 2/3 of the way to that terminal/machine I’d realized they’d assign me to a different computer so I had to turn around for the wait while the one I’d been on re-started and then it already was ready and all that track-changing in my brain probably causes some physiological confusion and annoyance to the innards of the brain, leading to me getting real upset. I’ve not got any idea what exactly I’d typed but it had been a good explication of a lot of this It’s a Small World inter-connectedness of all these subjects and the TOTAL PLANET EXTINCTION they’re bringing — off of abusing little me!
— also that whole phony David painting, the Oath of the Horatii, all about Alba Longa, and I just lost the best website on discussion of all that, see if I can find it again… You search-engine for Curiatii and some good materials come up, including this selection of depictions: eclectic light dot co/2017/05/21/fake-news-2-did-the-horatii-kill-the-curiatii/
— check with these travelogue-type people: italian notes dot com/pr-advertising/ == post on st. catherine of alexandria galatina, basilica w a revelation whore-depiction == but that photo isn’t in that blog, vice-versa, that had come up on the search-engine for this image:
I have to recall to look up this basilica in Galatine, in the boot-heel of italy area, south of Otranto and then Lecce. They have a legend about a finger of hers bitten off and brought to the new church/they were building. Raimondello Orsini del Balso did.
here’s the website, basilica oriniana dot it == but there isn’t a translate. Now it came on but when you click on some of the links they’ve been
youtube dot com / watch?v=yRBkXnZoBOg == it is shown briefly, in this brief glimpse of all these seemingly hundreds of fresco scenes, about three minutes and ten seconds into the four minute you tube video, but several of their similar videos are terminated, time ran out on you tube for showing them so you can’t see them, as might happen with this one, but there isn’t any further description on the scene, which is what i was looking for.
traveling with sweeney dot com/puglia-road-trip/