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A new earthquake strikes Central Italy. On Wednesday, October 26th 2016, some minutes after 7pm, two tremors reported 5.5 and 6.1 magnitude caused major damages and building collapses in Umbria ad Marche, but luckily no victims.
The beautiful medieval church of St. Salvatore di Campi di Norcia, Umbria, almost completely collapsed. Below are some dramatic images of the church, before and after the strikes.
The epicentres were near the village of Visso, located on the edge of the region of Marche close to the border with Umbria. Visso is just 70 kilometres (45 miles) from Amatrice, striked by a powerful earthquake last August, and also not far from L’Aquila where another tremendous event killed more than 300 in 2009.
Photos: : La Valernina.it et alii (from the Web).
An instrument for scholars, students, and visitors, but also an exercise in imagination, exploration, and critical engagement. All this and much more is IDEA: Isabella d’Este Archive, a project which focuses on one of the most influential figures of the Italian Renaissance, Isabella d’Este (1474-1539).
IDEA offers users around the world new ways to explore the history and culture of early modern Europe through a digitalized version of Isabella’s letters, music, and art collections, as they evolved during her reign as the marchesa of Mantua. These resources map a world where politics, art, music, family life, business, and social relations intertwined, prior to the modern separation of many of these concerns into separate spheres.
The IDEA Site is currently under construction but some contents are already available. Researches and contributors can join project teams as well as discuss in Forums.
Deanna Shemek, PhD
University of California, Santa Cruz
Anne MacNeil, PhD
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Dott. Daniela Ferrari
Già Direttore dell’Archivio di Stato
di Mantova e di Milano
More info & official website: http://isabelladeste.web.unc.edu/