Participated on 06/10/2016,in an exhibition of birth after the destruction, which is organized by the Association for the meeting of civilizations represented by Senator Francesco Rutelli
president of this association, in collaboration with Professor Paolo Matthiae
, in the Coliseum in Rome, Italy.
Italian president, "Sergio Mattarella"
inaugurated the exhibition and was accompanied by all of the Italian Foreign Minister Paulo Gentiloni,
and Culture Minister Dario Franceschini
, and a large crowd of scientists and those interested in antiquities.
|Italian president, "Sergio Mattarella"
followed the Inauguration a large press conference, the Italian foreign minister spoke about the importance of the exhibition in these circumstances experienced by the cultural heritage in both Syria and Iraq.
|Professor Paolo Matthiae,
Italian Foreign Minister Paulo Gentiloni,
Senator Francesco Rutelli and others
|Senator Francesco Rutelli
||Italian Foreign Minister Paulo Gentiloni
The participation , included two antique pieces of Palmyra, a half statues of a man and a woman, destroyed by ISIS during its occupation of the ancient city of Palmyra, and they will return to Syria after the end of the exhibition and the restoration of the two pieces.
In addition to the collection of posters, which highlighting on the city of Ebla archaeological and archive discovered it, have been presented model, real measurements of the library that were discovered in the Kingdom of Ebla in 1975.And a model in original size for the roof of the temple of baal
In addition to model for the statue of Nimrod, which was destroyed by ISIS in Iraq, all using three-dimensional technology
DGAM was represented by:
Dr. Ahmad Deeb
, director of museum affairs, and Mr. Ahmed Fadlallah
, director of foreign exhibitions
It is worth mentioning that the Scientific Committee of the exhibition is composed of:
- Professor: Paolo Matthiae, Head of Mission of Ebla
- Dr. Stefano De Caro, head of the Organization of ICCROM
- Dr. Mounir Bouchenaki, Director of the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage
- Professor Maamoun AbdulKarim, Director-General of Antiquities and Museums in Syria
- Professor Frances Pinnock, co-director of the Mission Ebla
- Dr. Davide Nadali, the Roma-Sapienza University _Mission Ebla
- Dr. Christina Acidini
- Dr. Marta Dandria
It should be mentioned that the exhibition will run until 12.11.2016 and is expected to be visited by about one million people, so as to the exhibition the importance and place of residence where the Coliseum is the most attractive for visitors in the world building after the Louvre.
|The Coliseum of Rome