Publications by scholars connected with the Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan, grouped by research areas.

Islamic

  • Adamesteanu Dinu, "Notes sur le site archéologique de Ghazni", Afghanistan, 15/1. 1960: 21-30.
  • Allegranzi V., Fusaro A., Laviola V., Massullo M., "Islamic Ghazni: New Data and Research Perspectives. An introduction", Eurasian Studies, 13/1-2. 2015: 1-4.
  • Allegranzi Viola, Laviola Valentina (eds), Texts and Contexts. Ongoing Researches on the Eastern Iranian World (Ninth-Fifteenth C.) (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 120). Roma 2020.
  • Allegranzi Viola, L'iscrizione in persiano del palazzo sultaniale di Ghazni (Afghanistan). M.A. thesis, Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale" (unpublished). 2011.
  • Allegranzi Viola, "Royal Architecture Portrayed in Bayhaqī’s Tārīḫ-i Masʻūdī and Archaeological Evidence from Ghazni (Afghanistan, 10th-12th century)", Annali dell'Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", 74. 2014: 95-120.
  • Allegranzi Viola, "The Use of Persian in Monumental Epigraphy from Ghazni (Eleventh-Twelfth Centuries)", Eurasian Studies, 13/1-2. 2015: 23-41.
  • Allegranzi Viola, Les inscriptions persanes de Ghazni, Afghanistan. Nouvelles sources pour l’étude de l’histoire culturelle et de la tradition épigraphique ghaznavides (Ve-VIe/XIe-XIIe siècles), PhD thesis, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 and Università degli studi di Napoli "L’Orientale", 2 vols (unpublished). 2017. URL: https://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-01720484/document.
  • Allegranzi Viola, Aux sources de la poésie ghaznavide. Les inscriptions persanes de Ghazni (Afghanistan, XIe-XIIe siècles), 2 vols. Paris 2019.
  • Allegranzi Viola, "Quoting the Shāhnāme in Monumental Epigraphy. Literary Culture and Legitimisation Strategies Across the Persianate World (11th-13th c.)", in L. Capezzone (ed.), Before Archaeology. The Meaning of the Past in the Islamic Pre-Modern Thought (and After) (Opere collettanee dell’Atlante del Vicino Oriente antico 1). Roma 2020: 127-142.
  • Annucci Arturo, Coins from Ghazni (Afghanistan), M.A. thesis, Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale" (unpublished). 2018.
  • Annucci Arturo, "Islamic Coins from the Ghaznavid Palace in Ghazni: A General Overview", in V. Allegranzi, V. Laviola (eds), Texts and Contexts. Ongoing Researches on the Eastern Iranian World (Ninth-Fifteenth C.) (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 120). Roma 2020: 213-224.
  • Artusi Simona, La decorazione architettonica in cotto e in cotto e stucco proveniente dal palazzo di Masʿūd III di Ghazni, Afghanistan. PhD thesis, Università degli studi di Udine, 2 vols (unpublished). 2009.
  • Artusi Simona, "Architectural Decoration from the Palace of Mas'ūd III in Ghazni: Brickwork and Brickwork with Stucco. A Preliminary Analysis", In A. Filigenzi, R. Giunta (eds), The IsIAO Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan 1957-2007. Fifty Years of Research in the Heart of Eurasia. Proceedings of the symposium held in the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome, January 8th 2008. Roma 2009: 117-129.
  • Artusi Simona, "Brick panel with inserted stucco tiles", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/214/brick-panel-with-inserted-stucco-tiles.
  • Artusi Simona, "Frieze with vegetal decoration", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/213/frieze-with-vegetal-decoration.
  • Artusi Simona, "Leaning columns in baked clay", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/212/leaning-columns-in-baked-clay.
  • Bagnera Alessandra, "Ghaznavidi e Ghuridi", Enciclopedia dell’Arte Medievale, vol. 6. Roma 1995: 598-604.
  • Bombaci Alessio, "Ghazni", East and West, 8/3. 1957: 247-258.
  • Bombaci Alessio, "Ghaznavidi", Enciclopedia Universale dell'Arte, vol. 6. Roma 1958: 5-16.
  • Bombaci Alessio, "Introduction to the Excavations at Ghazni. Summary Report on the Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan", East and West, 10/1-2. 1959: 3-22.
  • Bombaci Alessio, "Les Turcs et l’art ghaznavide", First International Congress of Turkish Art. Ankara 19th-24th October 1959. Ankara 1961: 65-70.
  • Bombaci Alessio, "La sposa del Cielo", in A Francesco Gabrieli. Studi orientalistici offerti nel sessantesimo compleanno dai suoi colleghi e discepoli (Studi orientali 5). Roma 1964: 21-34.
  • Bombaci Alessio, The Kūfic Inscription in Persian Verses in the Court of the Royal Palace of Mas‘ūd III at Ghazni (Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente. Centro Studi e Scavi Archeologici in Asia. Reports and Memoirs, vol. 5). Roma 1966.
  • Fontana Maria Vittoria, "La fortuna di un ‘ağā’ib?", in M. Bernardini, N.L. Tornesello (eds), Scritti in onore di Giovanni M. D’Erme (Series Minor, 68), vol. 1. Napoli 2005: 441-456.
  • Fontana Maria Vittoria, "A Note on the Relationship between Some Ghaznavid and Byzantine Graffita Wares", in P. Callieri, A. Filigenzi (eds), To Maurizio Taddei (East and West, 55). Roma 2005: 117-127.
  • Fontana Maria Vittoria, "L’archeologia islamica in Afghanistan: passato e nuovi progetti IsIAO", In A. Filigenzi, R. Giunta (eds), The IsIAO Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan 1957-2007. Fifty Years of Research in the Heart of Eurasia. Proceedings of the symposium held in the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome, January 8th 2008. Roma 2009: 77-88.
  • Fusaro Agnese, Classificazione della ceramica proveniente dall'ambiente XVIII del Palazzo di Mas'ūd III a Ghazni (Afghanistan, XI-XIII secolo). M.A. thesis, Università degli studi di Roma "La Sapienza" (unpublished). 2009.
  • Fusaro Agnese, "Glazed Hexagonal Moulded Tile" , Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/216/glazed-hexagonal-moulded-tile.
  • Fusaro Agnese, "Graffito-splashed small dish", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/215/graffito-splashed-small-dish.
  • Fusaro Agnese, Studio del corpus ceramico di età islamica dagli scavi italiani a Ghazni, Afghanistan (X-XIII secolo): contributo alla ricostruzione storica del palazzo sultanale e della ‘casa dei lustri’. PhD thesis, Sapienza Università di Roma, 3 vols (unpublished). 2014.
  • Fusaro Agnese, "From Ceramic to History. Pottery Contribution to the History of Ghazni", Eurasian Studies, 13/1-2. 2015: 5-22.
  • Fusaro Agnese, "Dealing with the Islamic Glazed Tiles from Ghazni Again: New Remarks on a Still Fascinating Topic", in V. Laviola, M. Massullo (eds), Maḥabbatnāma. Scritti offerti a Maria Vittoria Fontana dai suoi allievi per il suo settantesimo compleanno (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 125). Roma 2020: 163-193.
  • Galdieri Eugenio, A Few Conservation Problems Concerning Several Islamic Monuments in Ghazni (Afghanistan). Technical Report and Notes on a Plan of Action, IsMEO. Roma 1978.
  • Galdieri Eugenio, "La città storica. I monumenti islamici e i musei di Ghazni", in Architettura nei paesi islamici. Seconda mostra internazionale di architettura, La Biennale di Venezia. Venezia 1982: 279.
  • Giunta Roberta, Bresc Cécile, "Listes de la titulature des Ghaznavides et des Ghurides à travers les documents numismatiques et épigraphiques", Eurasian Studies, 3/2. 2004: 161-243.
  • Giunta Roberta, Les inscriptions de la ville de Gazni (Afghanistan), PhD thesis, Université Aix-Marseille I, 3 vols (unpublished), available at the National Libraries of Rome and Florence. 1999.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Ḡaznī. ii. Monuments and Inscriptions", Encyclopaedia Iranica , vol. 10/4. 2000: 385-388. URL: http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/gazni-#ii.
  • Giunta Roberta, "The Tomb of Muḥammad al-Harawī (447/1055) at Ġaznī (Afghanistan) and Some New Observations on the Tomb of Maḥmūd the Ġaznavid", East and West, 51/1-2. 2001: 109-126.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Some Brief Remarks on a Funerary Stele Located in the Ġaznī Area (Afghanistan)", East and West , 51/1-2. Rome 2001: 159-165.
  • Giunta Roberta, Les inscriptions funéraires de Ġaznī (IVe-IXe/Xe-XVe siècles) (Series Maior, 8). Napoli 2003.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Un texte de construction d’époque ġūride à Ġaznī", in M.V. Fontana, B. Genito (eds), Studi in onore di Umberto Scerrato per il suo settantacinquesimo compleanno (Series Minor, 65), vol. 2. Napoli 2003: 439-455.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Le monete provenienti dagli scavi islamici di Ghazni (Afghanistan): nota preliminare", Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica, 50. 2003: 183-187.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Testimonianze epigrafiche dei regnanti ghaznavidi a Ġaznī", in M. Bernardini, N.L. Tornesello (eds), Scritti in onore di Giovanni M. D’Erme (Series Minor, 68), vol. 1. Napoli 2005: 525-555.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Islamic Ghazni. An IsIAO Archaeological Project in Afghanistan. A Preliminary Report (July 2004-June 2005)", East and West, 55. Roma 2005: 473-484.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Ghazni", Enciclopedia Archeologica, vol. Asia. Roma 2005: 962-965.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Islamic Ghazni: Excavations, Surveys and New Research Objectives", In A. Filigenzi, R. Giunta (eds), The IsIAO Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan 1957-2007. Fifty Years of Research in the Heart of Eurasia. Proceedings of the symposium held in the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome, January 8th 2008. Roma 2009: 89-104.
  • Giunta Roberta, "The Renewal of the Activities of the Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan: The Emerging Retrieval of Documents and Finds of Islamic Epoch in Ghazni", in P. Matthiae et alii (eds), Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (May, 5th-10th 2009, Sapienza Università di Roma), vol. 3, Islamic Session. Wiesbaden 2010: 75-89.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Les inscriptions persanes dans l’épigraphie monumentale de la ville de Ghazni (Afghanistan) aux 6e-7e/12e-13e siècle", in C.G. Cereti (ed.), Iranian Identity in the Course of History. Proceedings of the conference Held in Rome, 21-24 September 2005 (Serie Orientale Roma, 105/Orientalia Romana, 9). Roma 2010: 163-180 .
  • Giunta Roberta, "New Epigraphic Data from the Excavations of the Ghaznavid Palace of Mas’ūd III at Ghazni (Afghanistan)", in P. Callieri, L. Colliva (eds), South Asian Archaeology. Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007, vol. 2, Historic Period (BAR International Series, 2133). Oxford 2010: 123-131.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Ghazni", in F. D’Arelli, P. Callieri (eds), A Oriente. Città, uomini e dei sulle vie della seta (exhibition catalogue). Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, 21 ott. 2011-26 febb. 2012. Roma 2011: 109.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Dinu Adamesteanu a Ghazni", in S. Bianco (ed.), Dinu Adamesteanu (exhibition catalogue). Museo Archeologico Nazionale della Siritide di Policoro, MT. Taranto 2012: 109-117.
  • Giunta Roberta, "Les études sur la documentation archéologique et épigraphique de Ghazni : Résultats et nouvelles pistes de recherche", in V. Allegranzi, V. Laviola (eds), Texts and Contexts. Ongoing Researches on the Eastern Iranian World (Ninth-Fifteenth C.) (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 120). Roma 2020: 157-186.
  • Laviola Valentina, Massullo Martina (eds), Maḥabbatnāma. Scritti offerti a Maria Vittoria Fontana dai suoi allievi per il suo settantesimo compleanno (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 125). Roma 2020.
  • Laviola Valentina, Le ziyārāt di Ghazni nell’opera di Riḍā e negli archivi della Missione Archeologica Italiana in Afghanistan, M.A. thesis, Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale" (unpublished). 2011.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Ziyārāt of Ghazni: Three Case Studies About Marble Re-employments", Eurasian Studies, 13/1-2. 2015: 42-53.
  • Laviola Valentina, Metalli islamici dai territori iranici orientali (IX–XIII sec.). Gli archivi della Missione Archeologica Italiana in Afghanistan, PhD thesis, "Ca’ Foscari" Università di Venezia, 2 vols (unpublished). 2016. URL: http://dspace.unive.it/handle/10579/8349.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Three Islamic Inkwells from Ghazni Excavation", Vicino Oriente, 21. 2017: 111-126.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Drinking from a Golden Cup, Eating from a Silver Dish. Metalwork in Islamic Medieval Sources", Annali dell'Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", 77. 2017: 181-214.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Artisans’ Signatures from Pre-Mongol Iranian Metalwork: an Epigraphic and Palaeographic Analysis", Eurasian Studies, 15/1. 2017: 80-124.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Some Newly Discovered Islamic Buckets from Ghazni (Afghanistan)", Vicino Oriente, 22. 2018: 185-195.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Glass Medallions from Royal and Aristocratic Buildings in Ghazni (Eleventh-Thirteenth c.)", Eurasian Studies, 17. 2019: 104-122.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Preliminary Analysis of Stucco Finds from the Ghaznavid Palace (Eleventh-Twelfth C.) in Ghazni", in V. Allegranzi, V. Laviola (eds), Texts and Contexts. Ongoing Researches on the Eastern Iranian World (Ninth-Fifteenth C.) (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 120). Roma 2020: 187-212.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Inserting and Combining. Stucco and Brick Tiles from the Ghaznavid Royal Palace (11th–12th c.) in Ghazni", Annali dell'Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", 80. 2020: 197-209.
  • Laviola Valentina, "Gli elementi in marmo del sistema idrico di Ghazni", in V. Laviola, M. Massullo (eds), Maḥabbatnāma. Scritti offerti a Maria Vittoria Fontana dai suoi allievi per il suo settantesimo compleanno (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 125). Roma 2020: 231-261.
  • Massullo Martina, Le tombe di Ghazni di epoca post-mongola inventariate dalla Missione Archeologica italiana in Afghanistan. Analisi morfologica ed epigrafica, M.A. thesis, Università degli studi di Napoli "L’Orientale" (unpublished). 2011.
  • Massullo Martina, "Marble tomb", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/210/marble-tomb.
  • Massullo Martina, "Marble Tombs from Ghazni (Fifteenth - Eighteenth Centuries): Morphological and Epigraphic Remarks", Eurasian Studies, 13/1-2. 2015: 54-67.
  • Massullo Martina, Les tombeaux et les épitaphes de Ghazni (Afghanistan) entre le XVe et le XVIIIe siècle, PhD thesis, Aix-Marseille Université and Università degli studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", 3 vols (unpublished). 2017.
  • Massullo Martina, "Une inscription au nom d'Akbar. Echo du pouvoir moghol à Ġaznī (Afghanistan)", Vicino Oriente, 22. 2018: 213-225.
  • Massullo Martina, "Traces épigraphiques de l’élite timouride à Ghazni (Afghanistan) : Les textes commémoratifs d’Uluġ Beg et ʿAbd al-Razzāq", in V. Allegranzi, V. Laviola (eds), Texts and Contexts. Ongoing Researches on the Eastern Iranian World (Ninth-Fifteenth C.) (Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto per l'Oriente C.A. Nallino, 120). Roma 2020: 225-248.
  • Massullo Martina, "Epigraphic Survey on the Mausoleum of Muḥammad Šarīf Ḫān at Ghazni (Afghanistan)", Bulletin d’études orientales 67 (2018-2019) - Nouveaux itinéraires épigraphiques d’Orient et d’Occident. Études dédiées à la mémoire de Solange Ory (sous la direction de F. Imbert). Beirut 2020: 159-184.
  • Morganti Giuseppe, "The Islamic Museum of Rawza: Recent History and Present Project", In A. Filigenzi, R. Giunta (eds), The IsIAO Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan 1957-2007. Fifty Years of Research in the Heart of Eurasia. Proceedings of the symposium held in the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome, January 8th 2008. Roma 2009: 161-172.
  • Passaro Carlotta, Le geometrie infinite dell’arte islamica. Tracce del passato e ipotesi della ricostruzione del palazzo ghaznavide a Ghazni (Afghanistan). M.A. thesis, Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II (unpublished). 2014.
  • Rugiadi Martina, Allegranzi Viola, "Dado panel with part of a poem in Persian", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/205/dado-panel-with-part-of-a-poem-in-persian.
  • Rugiadi Martina, Lazzarini Lorenzo , "Marble sources and artifacts from Ghazni, Afghanistan, and their archaeometric characterization", Marmora, 8. 2013: 93-103.
  • Rugiadi Martina, The marble architectural decoration from Ghazni (Afghanistan), PhD thesis, Università degli studi di Napoli "L’Orientale", 5 vols (unpublished), available at the National Libraries of Rome and Florence. 2007.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "Documenting marbles of the Islamic period from the area of Ghazni. The Italian contribution (1957-2007)", In A. Filigenzi, R. Giunta (eds), The IsIAO Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan 1957-2007. Fifty Years of Research in the Heart of Eurasia. Proceedings of the symposium held in the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Rome, January 8th 2008. Roma 2009: 105-115.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "Marble from the palace of Mas‘ud III in Ghazni", in P. Callieri, L. Colliva (eds), South Asian Archaeology. Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007, vol. 2, Historic Period (BAR International Series, 2133). Oxford 2010: 297-306.
  • Rugiadi Martina , "The Ghaznavid Marble Architectural Decoration: An Overview", Articles by the AKPIA@MIT Visiting Post-Doctoral Fellows, AKPIA@MIT (Aga Khan Project in Islamic Architecture, Massachussetts Institute of Technology). 2010. URL: http://web.mit.edu/akpia/www/articlerugiadi.pdf.
  • Rugiadi Martina , "Carved Marble in Medieval Ghazni: Function and Meaning", Hadeeth ad-Dar, 34. 2011: 5-11.
  • Rugiadi Martina , "‘As for the colours, look at a garden in spring’. Polychrome marble in the Ghaznavid architectural decoration", in R. Matthews, J. Curtis (eds), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East. April, 12th-16th 2010. British Museum, vol. 2, Ancient & Modern Issues in Cultural Heritage, Colour & Light in Architecture, Art and & Material Culture, Islamic Archaeology. Wiesbaden 2012: 254-273.
  • Rugiadi Martina , Decorazione architettonica in marmo da Ġaznī (Afghanistan). PhD Thesis. Bologna: Bradypus Communicating Cultural Heritage 2012.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "Marble balustrade with building text", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/207/marble-balustrade-with-building-text.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "Marble panel with an octagons modular pattern", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/208/marble-panel-with-an-octagons-modular-pattern.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "Marble transenna with ‘waq waq’ tree motifs", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/209/marble-transenna-with-waq-waq-tree-motifs.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "So-called ‘mihrab-like’ panel in marble", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/204/so-called-mihrab-like-panel-in-marble.
  • Rugiadi Martina, "Upper part of a small marble arch bearing the name of Mas‘ud III", Unesco Virtual Museum for Intercultural Dialogue. Common Heritage: A Museological and Educational Approach to the Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations. 2012. URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/museum-for-dialogue/item/en/206/upper-part-of-a-small-marble-arch-bearing-the-name-of-masud-iii.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "The First two Excavation Campaigns at Ghazni, 1957-1958. Summary Report on the Italian Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan", East and West, 10/1-2. 1959: 23-55.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "Oggetti metallici di età islamica in Afghanistan. I: Antiquario di Kandahar", Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli, N.S. 9. 1959: 95-130.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "Islamic Glazed Tiles with moulded decoration from Ghazni", East and West, 13/4. 1962: 263-287.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "Oggetti metallici di età islamica in Afghanistan. II: Il ripostiglio di Maimana", Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli, N.S. 14. 1964: 673-714.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "Oggetti metallici di età islamica in Afghanistan. III. Staffe ghaznavidi", Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli, N.S. 21. 1971: 455-466.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "Oggetti metallici di età islamica in Afghanistan. IV. Su un tipo di amuleto del XII secolo", Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli, N.S. 22. 1972: 287-310.
  • Scerrato Umberto, "Giuseppe Tucci, l’archeologia islamica ed altri parerga", in B. Melasecchi (ed.), Giuseppe Tucci. Nel centenario della nascita. Roma, 7-8 giugno 1994. Roma 1995: 85-111.

Buddhist

  • Faccenna Domenico, Filigenzi Anna, Repertorio terminologico per la schedatura delle sculture dell’arte gandharica sulla base dei materiali provenienti dagli scavi della Missione Archeologica dell’IsIAO nello Swat, Pakistan / Repertory of terms for cataloguing Gandharan sculptures, based on materials from the IsIAO Italian Archaeological Mission in Swat, Pakistan, IsIAO Reports and Memoirs. Roma 2007.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "Kings, families, children and monks: A taxonomic enquiry into the ritualised celebration of patronage in the Buddhist art of Afghanistan", Paper presented at The Image as Instrument and as Reflection of Ritual in Central Asia and the Himalaya: from Antiquity to the Present. Cinquième colloque international de la SEECHAC (Société Européenne pour l’Etude des Civilisations de l’Himalaya et de l’Asie Centrale), Napoli 5-7 Novembre 2018.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "A space of mobility: the interregional dynamics of Buddhist artistic production as reflected in archaeological evidence", East and West.
  • Filigenzi Anna, Alram Michael, Paiman Zafar, "Afghanistan’s pre-Islamic archaeology: vulnerability, resilience and perspectives", in L. R. Greaves and A. Hardy (eds.), Religions, Society, Trade and Kingship: Archaeology and Art in South Asia and along the Silk Road, 5500 BCE-5th Century CE. Research Presented at the Twenty-third Conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, Cardiff, 2016, Vol. 1: Archaeology, Seals and Inscriptions, Iconography and Artistic Expression. New Delhi 2020: 223-233.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "Il Subcontinente indiano", in Enciclopedia Archeologica. Asia, Istituto dell’Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani. Roma 2005: 473-475.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "A Bronze Votive Stūpa of the Shahi Period: Art, Faith and Ideology in Late-Antique Buddhism", In U. Franke-Vogt and H.-J. Weisshaar (eds), South Asian Archaeology 2003. Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeologists (7-11 July 2003, Bonn). Aachen 2005: 421-430.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "Maître du ciel, héros de la terre: la triade Bouddha-Vajrapāṇi-Skanda dans l’art du Gandhāra", In Z. Tarzi and D. Vaillancourt (eds), Art et archéologie des monastères gréco-bouddhiques du Nord-Ouest de l’Inde et de l’Asie Centrale. Actes du colloque international du Crpoga, Strasbourg, 17-18 mars 2000. Paris 2005: 93-111.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "Stone and Stucco Sculptures from the Sacred Building of Bīr-koṭ-ghwaṇḍai, Swat, Pakistan", In C. Jarrige and V. Lefèvre (eds), South Asian Archaeology 2001. Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeologists held in Collège de France, Paris, 2-6 July 2001. Paris 2005: 453-461.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "Surya, the Solar Kingship and the Turki Shahi. New Acquisition on the Cultural History of Swat", East and West, 56/1-3. 2006: 195-203.
  • Filigenzi Anna, "From Lumbini to Lhasa: local traditions and cosmopolitan vocation of the Buddhist art and architecture", In F. De Filippi (ed.), Restoration and protection of cultural heritage in historical cities of Asia between modernity and tradition (Politecnico di Torino). Roma 2007: 33-44.
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