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ICAR (IConographie-ARchéologie pour l’Italie préromaine). Dernières mises à jour, nouvelle interface, nouveaux corpus documentaires

Abstract : ICAR database (Iconography and Archaeology for pre-Roman Italy). Last updates, new interface, new corpus of documents. The ICAR database (Iconography and Archaeology for pre-Roman Italy), created in 2001 by N. Lubtchansky and accessible online via the TGIR Huma-Num (http://icar.huma-num.fr), gathers Etruscan and Italic figurative scenes according to a comparative and historiographical approach. CAECINA made it possible to continue the database updating, both from a thematic and bibliographic point of view, and contributed to the renewal of its website in collaboration with the CeTHiS (Tours univ.) and the MSH Val-de-Loire. The progress of the work is important for modern graphic documentation. In partnership with the Labex TransferS, the AOrOc laboratory and the Soprintendenza Archeologia Toscana, ICAR has integrated the copies of Etruscan painted tombs carried out by A.G. Gatti in the 1910s for the Galleria di pittura etrusca in facsimile in Florence. The study of this corpus kicked off the EFR program, Fac-Simile (2017-2021).
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Annick Fenet, Natacha Lubtchansky. ICAR (IConographie-ARchéologie pour l’Italie préromaine). Dernières mises à jour, nouvelle interface, nouveaux corpus documentaires. Mélanges de l'Ecole française de Rome - Antiquité, École française de Rome, 2020, Le projet ANR CAECINA. Actes du coll. intern., École française de Rome, 2-3 oct. 2017, 132 (1), pp.51-58. ⟨hal-03084929⟩

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