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  • Chiesa di S. Pietro all’Olmo
  • S. Pietro all’Olmo
  • Ecclesia Sancti Petri ad Ulmum



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      AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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      • The ancient Ecclesia Sancti Petri ad Ulmum, which has survived in its Romanesque form, arose 12km west of Milan along the Roman road to Novaria. It is first mentioned in a document of circa 1100 and was subsequently altered during the course of the followi... Read More
      • Following the first excavations undertaken in 2005, research continued providing new and exciting results especially from the identification of the archaeological remains of a domus of late Roman date. The structure was situated just north-west of the old ... Read More
      • In 2010 the excavations inside the church were completed, the results of which documented its complex and interesting history. This covered a span of 1500 years beginning, between the Early Christian era and start of the early medieval period, with the reu... Read More


      • Laura Simone Zopfi, Roberto Mella Pariani. 2006. L’Ecclesia Sancti Petri ad Ulmum. FOLD&R Italy: 66.
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      • Laura Simone Zopfi. 2008. Nuove ricerche nella chiesa di San Pietro all’Olmo a Cornaredo (MI). FOLD&R Italy: 103.
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      • Laura Simone Zopfi, Roberto Mella Pariani, Emanuela Sguazza, Davide Porta, Cristina Cattaneo. 2011. Chiesa vecchia di San Pietro all’Olmo (Cornaredo - MI) - livelli del XVI secolo. Un singolare rito funerario con neonati entro coppi e analisi antropologica e paleopatologica dei resti scheletrici . FOLD&R Italy: 219.
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