GAMURRINI, Gian Francesco

   An important early professional archaeologist who developed interests in landscape context, based on the cataloging and preservation of archaeological sites. He is particularly known for his role (with Adolfo Cozza and Angelo Pasqui) on the archaeological map of Italy. His is also known for his role in early museums. He took a special interest in his home region of Arezzo.

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