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Encyclopedia > Fabio Maniscalco

Fabio Maniscalco is an Italian archaeologist, specialist about the protection of cultural property and essayist. Archaeology or sometimes in American English archeology (from the Greek words αρχαίος = ancient and λόγος = word/speech) is the study of human cultures through the recovery, documentation and analysis of material remains, including architecture, artefacts, biofacts, human remains, and landscapes. ...

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Biography

Fabio Maniscalco was born in Naples, Italy. He is an archaeologist and he works as a professor of "protection of cultural property" [1] and of "underwater archaeology" [2] at the University of Naples and at the "Istituto per lo Sviluppo, la Formazione e la Ricerca nel Mediterraneo". Moreover he is Professor of "Clear Fame" at "Institute of Archaeology of Academy of Sciences of Albania". “Napoli” redirects here. ... The University of Naples is the third Italian university and was initiated in 1224 by Emperor Frederick II. It is known as one of the first universities to be founded by a secular ruler. ...


Ex officer of the Italian Army [1] he has created and directed the Teams for the safeguard of cultural property in Bosnia and Herzegovina(1995-1996)[2] [3] [4] and in Albania [5].


Fabio Maniscalco has been the first Officer in the world to have put the into effect he rules of the 1954 Hague Convention [6]. The longtime status of Netherlands as a largely neutral nation in international conflicts and the corresponding ascendance of The Hague as a primary location for diplomatic and international conferences has led to several negotiated conventions over the years being termed the Hague Convention: The Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907...


Since 1998 Fabio Maniscalco is Director of the Observatory for Protection of Cultural Heritage in Areas of Crisis [3]. [7]. He has directed projects and activities, about protection of cultural property, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Albania, Middle East, Algeria, Nigeria, Afghanistan. Observatory for Protection of Cultural Heritage in Areas of Crisis // The “Observatory for Protection of Cultural Heritage in Areas of Crisis” was created in 1995 by prof. ... For uses of the name Kosova, see Kosova (disambiguation). ... A map showing countries commonly considered to be part of the Middle East The Middle East is a region comprising the lands around the southern and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea, a territory that extends from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf. ...


Fabio Maniscalco is also V.President of the Italian Committee of the Blue Shield.[4]


Maniscalco is editor of the monographic collection Mediterraneum. Protection and Valorization of Cultural and Environmental Patrimony [5]; director of the scientific journal Web Journal on Cultural Patrimony [6] and co-director of the monographic collection “Studi di Storia e topografia sulla Campania romana". WP:WEB: Websites Web Journal on Cultural Patrimony is an academic journal. ...


Fabio Maniscalco is member of the scientific committee and essayist of the periodical journal "Archeologia Viva". Moreover he is member of the scientific committee of the Observatory Euro-Mediterranean and the Black Sea [7] and honorary member of the Italian Union of the European Writers and Artists (UIL).


In the year 2007, because of the exposure to the depleded uranium Fabio Maniscalco fell ill with an anomalous and rare shape of adenocarcinoma of the pancreas [8] [9] [10] [11] [8].


Awards

Fabio Maniscalco has received many awards for his literary activity. In particular, he has received a Prize from the Italian "Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri" for the book Sarajevo. Itinerari artistici perduti[12] [13] and the ICCROM-UNESCO Prize "Media Save Art" for his articles about protection of Kosovo's cultural property. Map of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo) Coordinates: , Country Bosnia and Herzegovina Entity Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Canton Sarajevo Canton Government  - Mayor Semiha Borovac (SDA) Area [1]  - City 141. ... UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) is a specialized agency of the United Nations established in 1945. ...


In 1997, Prof. Maniscalco was proposed by more than 150 international Politicians, Scholars and Universities like candidate for the Nobel Prize for Peace. [14] [15] [9] [10]


Bibliography

Books on protection of cultural property

  • Fabio Maniscalco, World Heritage and War, (2006) [11] .
  • Fabio Maniscalco (editor),Protection, Conservation and Exploitation of Palestinian Cultural Heritage, (2005).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Protection of Cultural property in Algeria, (2003).
  • Fabio Maniscalco (editor), Protection of Cultural Heritage in War Areas, (2002).
  • Fabio Maniscalco (editor), La tutela dei beni culturali in Italia,(2002).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Kosovo and Metohija 1998-2000, (2000).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, La tutela del patrimonio culturale mobile napoletano dal dopoguerra alla fine del XX secolo, (2000).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Jus Praedae, (1999).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Frammenti di storia venduta. I tesori di Albania, (1998).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Sarajevo: itinerari artistici perduti, (1997).

Books on underwater archaeology

  • Fabio Maniscalco (editor),Protection, Conservation and Valorization of underwater cultural Property, 2004.
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Piero Alfredo Gianfrotta (editors), Forma Maris. Forum internazionale di archeologia subacquea, (2001).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Fondamenti di archeologia subacquea, (1998).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Ninfei ed edifici marittimi severiani del Palatium imperiale di Baia, (1997).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Il nuoto nel mondo greco-romano, (1995).
  • Fabio Maniscalco, Archeologia Subacquea, (1992).

Other

Fabio Maniscalco has published more than 200 papers, in international journals and books, and numerous Appeals for the safeguard of Cultural Property in areas of crisis[16] [17] [18] [19] [20].


Notes

  1. ^ "Soldati di leva per proteggere le opere d'arte", Corriere della Sera, April 29, 1998. 
  2. ^ "Press officer of the Italian Army engaged in the protection of cultural heritage in Bosnia", BBC, March 1996. 
  3. ^ "Il sottotenente archeologo tra le bombe: Con le piume sul cappello per salvare le opere d'arte", Il Messaggero, December 29, 1996. 
  4. ^ "Beni culturali da salvare nelle guerre", La Stampa, April 15, 1997. 
  5. ^ "Istituito un nucleo speciale dell'Ottavo Reggimento: I bersaglieri a guardia dei tesori di Albania", Il Roma, July 30, 1997. 
  6. ^ "Per la prima volta un esercito in missione applica la convenzione dell'Aja sulla salvaguardia del patrimonio artistico. Indiana Jones esiste ed è italiano", Il Giornale d'Italia, April 29, 1998. 
  7. ^ "Aree di crisi: beni culturali sotto controllo", Il Giornale dell'arte, July 10, 2001. 
  8. ^ "Fabio Maniscalco: Emblématique", Courrier International, May 10-15 2007. 
  9. ^ "Reportage about Fabio Maniscalco", ZDF German Television, June 2007. 
  10. ^ "Intervista a Fabio Maniscalco di Paolo Di Giannantonio", TG1 RAI, June 14, 2007. 
  11. ^ "Il tenente archeologo candidato al Nobel, che lotta contro l'Uranio", Panorama.it, May 23, 2007. 
  12. ^ "Il Papa e Prodi premiano Fabio Maniscalco, soldato e studioso dell'arte jugoslava", Il Corriere di Caserta, March 19, 1998. 
  13. ^ "Premio culturale all'ufficiale Maniscalco", Il Giornale di Napoli, March 18, 1998. 
  14. ^ "L'archeologo con le stellette candidato a Nobel per la Pace", Il Napoli, June 3, 2007. 
  15. ^ "Napoli. Nobel per l'arte salvata", La Repubblica, March 14, 2007. 
  16. ^ "Un appello per salvare i tesori archeologici", La Stampa, April 15, 2003. 
  17. ^ "Un'iniziativa di Fabio Maniscalco: Tesori d'arte razziati a Baghdad. Appello al mondo dall'Orientale", Il Mattino, April 15, 2003. 
  18. ^ "Un'iniziativa di Fabio Maniscalco: Tesori d'arte razziati a Baghdad. Appello al mondo dall'Orientale", Il Mattino, April 15, 2003. 
  19. ^ "Da Napoli un appello alla tutela dei tesori della Mesopotamia", Il Roma, April 5, 2003. 
  20. ^ "Appelli. Il professor Fabio Maniscalco a Israele e Libano: "Niente bombe sul patrimonio culturale nemico", Famiglia Cristiana, August 13, 2006 cite news. 

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External links

  • Observatory for Protection of Cultural Heritage in Areas of Crisis[12]
  • Web Journal on Cultural Patrimony [13]
  • Mediterraneum. Protection and exploitation of cultural and environmental heritage[14]
  • I.S.Fo.R.M.[15]
  • Massa Publisher [16]

 
 

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