A new number of the periodical founded in 1982 and published by Electa Naples from 1996 on.
This volume presents a selection of new articles dedicated to the following themes. The Caetani Family in Rome, Naples and Caserta by Adriano Amendola; Pietro Bernini. Considerations on the Neapolitan Period (1584-1606) by Elio Catello; Artemisia Maria Borgia, Princess of Cariati’s. Journey from Madrid to Naples in 1674 by Antonio Delfino; Was Giuseppe Ruoppolo the GRV Monogramist?, The Discovery of Giovanni Do’s Birth Certificate and Some Thoughts on the Large Number of Paintings Attributed to Luca Giordano by Giuseppe De Vito; Unpublished Documents on Arts and Crafts in Naples in the 16th ad 17th Centuries (Part 3) by Panayotis K. Ioannou; A Slave’s Lot in 17th Century Naples by Anna Nappi; Documents for the Royal Palace and Various Public and Religious Structures by Eduardo Nappi; More on Filippo Vitale. New Acquisitions and Tanzio da Varallo by Giuseppe Porzio; The Princes of Bisignano’s Property and Holdings in an early 17th-century Document by Emilio Ricciardi and lastly The Silver Collection of Andrea d’Avalos, Prince of Montesarchio and General of the “Sea Ocean Armada” by Maria Sirago. In this edition there are also two foreign language articles Los Ribera del poeta mallorquín Antonio Gual, secretario del duque de Medina de las Torres, virrey de Nápoles di Mariano Carbonell Buades and Tracing the success of Andrea Vaccaro’s painting in Spain by Anna K. Tuck-Scala and Ida Mauro.