Publications

Publications

Archeoguide

Especially designed for tourists and for travelers, The Archeoguides have a mainly informative aim, they are easy to read and to carry in your backpack. Through a patented cartographic method that, overlapping drawings and images, reconstructs ancient monuments no longer existing and recalls scenes of daily life in the past, you can observe the differences between the now and the then. Immerse yourself in Florence at the time of the House of Medici or in the Serenissima Republic of Venice, explore the sumptuous buildings of Pompeii, of the Magna Graecia or of the Roman Empire.

Everyday life in Imperial Rome

EVERYDAY LIFE IN
IMPERIAL ROME

How was Rome when the Colosseum was inaugurated, a day in June back in 80 AD? How did the Roman citizens live? What were their habits?
Rome reconstructed

ROME
RECONSTRUCTED

'In this place the entire history of the world is ravelled up, and I feel I was born a second time, really born again, the day in which I set foot in Rome' (J. W. Von Goethe).
Herculaneum reconstructed with Vesuvius and Oplontis

HERCULANEUM RECONSTRUCTED WITH VESUVIUS AND OPLONTIS

Struck, together with Pompeii, by the eruption of Vesuvius on August 24th, 79 AD, Herculaneum was an important Roman city. Herculaneum Reconstructed recalls the atmosphere of the ancient city.
Pompeii reconstructed

POMPEII
RECONSTRUCTED

Pompeii Reconstructed shows the monuments and recalls the scenarios of ancient Pompeii as it would have appeared before the eruption of Vesuvius: the sumptuous villas, the great theatre and much more.
Florence reconstructed

FLORENCE
RECONSTRUCTED

The greatness of the House of Medici, the ingenuity of Brunelleschi, the deeds of Lorenzo the Magnificent, the splendor of the Renaissance and much more come to life again in Florence Reconstructed.
Venice: then and now

VENICE
THEN AND NOW

For centuries, Venice has inspired poets and writers, has welcome travelers and has been the gateway between the East and the West. 'When I seek another word for “music”, I never find any other word than Venice' (Nietzsche).
Sicily reconstructed

SICILY
RECONSTRUCTED

Sicily Reconstructed guides the reader to discover the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, from its ancient origins to the contemporary age. Starting from the thousand-year old Palermo and proceeding along the coasts of Sicily, you will discover the main points of historical and artistic interest...
Villa Adriana and Villa d'Este: now and then

VILLA D'ESTE - VILLA ADRIANA: THEN AND NOW

'In these days I have been to Tivoli, where I admired one of the greatest view offered by nature. Those waterfalls, together with the ruins and the whole landscape, are among the things whose knowledge makes us inwardly, profoundly richer' (J. W. Goethe).

ArcheoJunior

The series “Archeojunior” was created to arouse children's curiosity

Discover Ancient Rome with Julia the Goose

DISCOVER ANCIENT ROME
WITH JULIA THE GOOSE

Discover Ancient Rome with Julia the Goose (Archeojunior series) is a kid guide designed to play and learn, but not only! The civilization of Ancient Rome is represented through the reconstruction of ancient monuments with images.
Archeogame Rome

ARCHEOGAME
ROME

What would you do if a time machine sent you back to ancient Rome? Together with your friends, you could go and see the chariot races at the Circus Maximus or the fights between the gladiators at the Colosseum.
Poster Imperial Rome

POSTER
IMPERIAL ROME

The Imperial Rome lives again in an original design created for children, with a wealth of details and numerous curiosities. Kids can free their imagination by inventing one or more paths to get to their favorite destination...

DVD multimediali

Multimedial DVD Videos with reconstructions about Ancient Rome, Pompeij and Florence will lead you through streets and monuments of the most beautiful Italian cities. These virtual “archeoguides” contain videos and animation realized with innovative techniques in 3D-Graphics which will make you travel into the past. All DVDs are “double-face” and are available in both formats PAL and NTSC.

DVD Ancient Rome: A virtual Archeoguide

DVD ANCIENT ROME
A VIRTUAL ARCHEOGUIDE

Video-dynamic reconstructions of Ancient Rome leads the viewer through the streets and ancient monuments of the Eternal City.
DVD Ancient Rome from Colosseum to St.Peter

DVD ANCIENT ROME
FROM COLOSSEUM TO ST.PETER

Discover the wonders of the ancient Rome with this DVD, that retraces the history of the eternal city through its most representative monuments.
DVD Pompei 79 A.D. A virtual tour

DVD POMPEI 79 A.D.
A VIRTUAL TOUR

The most advanced computer graphics techniques have made possible the realization of this virtual tour of Pompeii.
DVD Florence: A video guide

DVD FLORENCE
A VIDEO GUIDE

The multilingual DVD attached to the archaeological guide of Florence tells the story of this unique city, rich in art and culture.

Other Publications

Ancient Rome: Then and Now

ANCIENT ROME:
THEN AND NOW ALBUM

The Ancient Rome Then and Now Album features 12 photographs of the archaeological Rome and 13 reconstructive illustrations representing the most important monuments of the Eternal City as they looked like 2000 years ago.
Pompeii: As it is - As it was

POMPEII:
AS IT IS-AS IT WAS

Un album fotografico di Pompei con 11 illustrazioni ricostruttive che rappresentano i monumenti più importanti dell’antica città campana prima dell’eruzione del Vesuvio del 79 d.C.
ArcheoCards: The postcards of Rome

ARCHEOCARDS:
THE POSTCARDS OF ROME

Original postcards with photos of ancient monuments and their overlapping die-cast reconstructions. Available 14 different subjects.
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