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1st century, male.

Painter.

Ancient Roman.

Pliny relates that Attius Priscus worked under Vespasian, with Cornelius Pinus, on the restoration of the temples of Honor and Virtus. Pliny says that he was 'antiquis similor' (close to the ancients), and thus close to the Classical style. Nothing remains of his work, though his name has been suggested as painter of the ...

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Alessandro Conti

Italian archaeologist. He was educated in Venice at a time when there was great controversy over the conservation of original works of art, especially in connection with the restorations (1875) in S Marco. In 1888 he moved to Rome, where he became an inspector of monuments and advocated the establishment of a photographic archive and a catalogue of monuments as a basis for restoration programmes. Having collaborated on excavations inside the Pantheon in ...