The University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’ began teaching in 1982. Designed on the model of Anglo-Saxon campuses, it occupies an area of approximately 600 hectares. This particular extension has made it possible to develop each of the six Macroareas into separate structures, built in large dedicated spaces.
The University is strongly committed to promoting the international dimension of studies and research, both in its undergraduate and doctoral programmes. There are also joint research programmes (thematic and interdisciplinary), academic exchanges and agreements for the mutual recognition of training credits with the world’s most prestigious universities, with over 800 agreements (bilateral and cultural/scientific cooperation).
“Tor Vergata” is working hard to develop multiple lines of activity related to the “third mission”, thanks to which it creates stable processes of direct interaction with civil society, institutions and the business community, with the aim of promoting culture, social innovation and territorial growth.
CNARELA coordinates 26 regional associations whose aim is to defend the teaching of ancient languages in secondary and higher education. The association also aims to promote the languages and cultures of antiquity to a wide audience.
At the European level, CNARELA is a member of EUROCLASSICA.
Rete scuola e territorio
Via Anti 5
37132 Verona – Italia
Prof. Flavio Fillini
Type of Insitution: High School Institution – Network of National and Peer
Involved in the Project: E+ Select
Our school is the leader of a network of almost 60 schools, that includes more than half of the educational Institutes in Verona and province and some schools belonging to other Italian regions. The experienced network teachers work with students up to 18 years of age. Students will be able to share every step of the project during its development in order to keep it alive and updated for all schools, teachers and general users. Translation into the main European languages studied is also possible (in addition to English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Chinese and Russian). A constant confrontation among teachers will be necessary to verify the effectiveness of the atlas.
The archeoParc is an archaeological open-air museum with a visitor center in Val Senales valley in northern Italy.
The subject of the exhibitions and the daily programs is how Ötzi the Iceman lived here in the Alps 5,300 years ago and the nearby glacier-site where he was found. The leadership of the institution is delegated to a private association, the “Archeoparc Senales associazione museale”.
The museum’s itinerary takes you to the heart of the history of writing. It highlights the work of Champollion, born in Figeac in 1790, and how he unravelled the mystery of hieroglyphics. Based on his work, the collections tell the story of the fabulous adventure of writing that began 5300 years ago. They invite you to take a journey through the cultures of the whole world by exploring the key moments in the history of writing: its birth, the invention of alphabets and the history of the book up to the writing of the digital age.
The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is a State Agency for scientific research and technological development, with distinct legal personality, its own patrimony and treasury, functional and managerial autonomy, full legal capacity and indefinite duration.
It is the largest public institution in Spain dedicated to research and one of the most renowned of the European Research Area (ERA). It is ascribed to the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation through the General Secretariat for Research.
Zaragoza Museum is a national museum in the Plaza de los Sitios (Zaragoza, Spain). Its collections range from the Prehistory to the modern era and include archaeology, fine arts, ethnology and Iberian ceramics. It is the city’s oldest museum and its main building -housing the fine arts and archaeology display- is the Neo-Renaissance structure designed for the Spanish-French Exhibition of 1908 by Ricardo Magdalena and Julio Bravo.
This old pavilion of the 1908 Universal Expo is the setting for the museum, which is divided into two large sections: Archaeology and Fine Art. In the first you can find objects that go from prehistory through to the Moorish period. Worthy of special mention are the Celtiberian bronzes from Botorrita and Latin inscriptions, a head of Augustus from Tarazona, and archaeological remains from Aljafería Palace. In the Fine Art section, there are works from the 12th century to the contemporary period, with an especially outstanding ensemble of Gothic painting, and numerous canvasses by Francisco de Goya.
The museum also has an ethnology display at the Casa Pirenaica, a ceramics display at the Casa de Albarracín in the Parque José Antonio Labordeta and the remains of Colonia Celsa in Velilla de Ebro.
Aragon Delegation of the Spanish Society for Clssical Studies (SEEC)
Facultad de filosofía y letras (F. Latina- F. Griega), Zaragoza University, C/ Corona de Aragón 42
Zaragoza – Spain
Prof. José Antonio
Type of Insitution: Scientific Society
Involved in the Project: E+ Select
The main objectives of the Spanish Society for Classical Studies (SEEC) and his delegation of Aragón (ARASEEC) are:
- Disseminate knowledge of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds, cultural roots of Europe.
- Advocacy for the study of classics, Latin and Greek Languages.
- Support teachers with their research and didactic needs.
- The SEEC conducts a variety of activities to support and disseminate knowledge of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.
- Organize congresses, meetings and seminars.
- The society also promotes: research activities, archeological journeys, Fellowships for classics students (PHD, master), translation awards, theatre performances (Segobriga) and archeological excavations