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Carlo Fea (4 June 1753 - 18 March 1836) was an Italian archaeologist. Born at Pigna, in Liguria, Fea studied law in Rome, receiving the degree of doctor of laws from the university of La Sapienza, but archaeology gradually attracted his attention, and with the view of obtaining better opportunities for his research in 1798 he took Holy Orders and became an Abbott. For political reasons he was forced to take refuge in Florence; on his return to Rome in 1799 he was imprisoned as a Jacobin by the Neapolitans, who at that time were occupying Rome, but was shortly afterwards freed and appointed Commissario delle Antichità and librarian to Prince . At Rome in 1781 Fea discovered a statue of a discus thrower, the so-called "Discobolus", one of the known Roman copies of the famous Greek original s

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  • Carlo Fea (* 4. Juni 1753 in Pigna im heutigen Ligurien; † 18. März 1836 in Rom) war ein italienischer Klassischer Archäologe. (de)
  • Carlo Fea (4 June 1753 - 18 March 1836) was an Italian archaeologist. Born at Pigna, in Liguria, Fea studied law in Rome, receiving the degree of doctor of laws from the university of La Sapienza, but archaeology gradually attracted his attention, and with the view of obtaining better opportunities for his research in 1798 he took Holy Orders and became an Abbott. For political reasons he was forced to take refuge in Florence; on his return to Rome in 1799 he was imprisoned as a Jacobin by the Neapolitans, who at that time were occupying Rome, but was shortly afterwards freed and appointed Commissario delle Antichità and librarian to Prince . At Rome in 1781 Fea discovered a statue of a discus thrower, the so-called "Discobolus", one of the known Roman copies of the famous Greek original statue in bronze created by Myron. Fea helped frame legislation to control the trade in, and excavation of, the antiquities of Rome, and undertook archaeological work on the Pantheon and the Forum there. Fea revised and annotated an Italian translation of Johann Joachim Winckelmann's Geschichte der Kunst, and also annotated some of the works of Giovanni Ludovico Bianconi. Among his original writings he is best known for: Miscellanea filologica, critica, e antiquaria; and Descrizione di Roma Antica e Moderna. Despite being qualified to do so, Fea never used the title of Abbott but rather that of a lawyer (Avv). He died in Rome on the night of March 17, 1836, in the Palazzo Chigi. (en)
  • Carlo Domenico Francesco Ignazio Fea, né à Pigna (Ligurie) le 4 juin 1753 et mort à Rome le 18 mars 1836, est un archéologue, conservateur de monuments et collectionneur d'art italien. Son œuvre sur les vases étrusques fait autorité. (fr)
  • Carlo Domenico Francesco Ignazio Fea (Buggio, 4 giugno 1753 – Roma, 18 marzo 1836 è stato un archeologo e collezionista d'arte italiano. (it)
  • Carlo Fea, född den 2 februari 1753, död den 18 mars 1834 i Rom, var en italiensk arkeolog. Fea var först jurist, lät sedan prästviga sig och blev slutligen commissario delle antichità samt föreståndare för furst bibliotek. Under Pius VII:s regering (1800–1823 ledde han förtjänstfullt utgrävningar i och omkring Rom. Bland hans skrifter bör nämnas Miscellanea filologico-critica ed antiquaria (1790–1837, Concluzioni per l'integrità del Panteon di M. Agrippa (1808, Frammenti di fasti consolari (1820 och Descrizione di Roma (1822; 2:a upplagan 1823. Wikimedia Commons har media relaterad till Carlo Fea. (sv)
  • Карло Доменико Франческо Игнацио Феа (итал. Carlo Domenico Francesco Ignazio Fea; 2 февраля 1753, Пинья (Лигурия)— 18 марта 1836, Рим) — итальянский священнослужитель, аббат, археолог, коллекционер. (ru)
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  • Carlo Fea (* 4. Juni 1753 in Pigna im heutigen Ligurien; † 18. März 1836 in Rom) war ein italienischer Klassischer Archäologe. (de)
  • Carlo Domenico Francesco Ignazio Fea, né à Pigna (Ligurie) le 4 juin 1753 et mort à Rome le 18 mars 1836, est un archéologue, conservateur de monuments et collectionneur d'art italien. Son œuvre sur les vases étrusques fait autorité. (fr)
  • Carlo Domenico Francesco Ignazio Fea (Buggio, 4 giugno 1753 – Roma, 18 marzo 1836 è stato un archeologo e collezionista d'arte italiano. (it)
  • Карло Доменико Франческо Игнацио Феа (итал. Carlo Domenico Francesco Ignazio Fea; 2 февраля 1753, Пинья (Лигурия)— 18 марта 1836, Рим) — итальянский священнослужитель, аббат, археолог, коллекционер. (ru)
  • Carlo Fea (4 June 1753 - 18 March 1836) was an Italian archaeologist. Born at Pigna, in Liguria, Fea studied law in Rome, receiving the degree of doctor of laws from the university of La Sapienza, but archaeology gradually attracted his attention, and with the view of obtaining better opportunities for his research in 1798 he took Holy Orders and became an Abbott. For political reasons he was forced to take refuge in Florence; on his return to Rome in 1799 he was imprisoned as a Jacobin by the Neapolitans, who at that time were occupying Rome, but was shortly afterwards freed and appointed Commissario delle Antichità and librarian to Prince . At Rome in 1781 Fea discovered a statue of a discus thrower, the so-called "Discobolus", one of the known Roman copies of the famous Greek original s (en)
  • Carlo Fea, född den 2 februari 1753, död den 18 mars 1834 i Rom, var en italiensk arkeolog. Fea var först jurist, lät sedan prästviga sig och blev slutligen commissario delle antichità samt föreståndare för furst bibliotek. Under Pius VII:s regering (1800–1823 ledde han förtjänstfullt utgrävningar i och omkring Rom. Bland hans skrifter bör nämnas Miscellanea filologico-critica ed antiquaria (1790–1837, Concluzioni per l'integrità del Panteon di M. Agrippa (1808, Frammenti di fasti consolari (1820 och Descrizione di Roma (1822; 2:a upplagan 1823. (sv)
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  • Carlo Fea (en)
  • Carlo Fea (fr)
  • Carlo Fea (it)
  • Феа, Карло (ru)
  • Carlo Fea (sv)
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