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Books and Articles

The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome. Its history, its people and its survival for 300 years.
Nicholas Stanley-Price, Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome, 2014.

Drawing on extensive new research, early travel accounts and images of the Cemetery in paintings and photos, the most up-to-date account of its history and of the people buried there.
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Der Nicht-katholische Friedhof in Rom. Seine Geschichte, seine Persönlichkeiten und sein Überleben seit 300 Jahren.
Nicholas Stanley-Price. Aus dem Englischen von Katrin Marburger. Nicht-katholischer Friedhof in Rom, 2016

Die aktuellste Darstellung der Geschichte des Friedhofs und der dort begrabenen Persönlichkeiten – auf der Grundlage umfangreicher neuer Forschungen, früher Reiseberichte und Bilder des Friedhofs.
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At the foot of the Pyramid: 300 years of the cemetery for foreigners in Rome.
Nicholas Stanley-Price, Mary K. McGuigan and John F. McGuigan Jr. Edizioni AsKI e.V.|Casa di Goethe/Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome, 2016
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The catalogue of an exhibition held in 2016. It contains two essays about the Cemetery’s history as seen through the eyes of artists such as J.M.W.Turner, J.P.Hackert, Ettore Roesler Franz and Edvard Munch. Each of the 44 exhibits has two pages, one of description and the other a full-colour image. An essential book for understanding better the cemetery in its Roman context. [catalogue]

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Am Fuße der Pyramide. 300 Jahre Friedhof für Ausländer in Rom
Nicholas Stanley-Price, Mary K. McGuigan und John F. McGuigan Jr. Edition AsKI e.V.|Casa di Goethe/Cimitero Acattolico di Roma, 2016.

2016 haben wir das 300jährige Bestehen des Friedhofs am Fuße der Pyramide mit einer Ausstellung über die Geschichte des Friedhofs und die künstlerische mit diesem Ort gefeiert, darunter Maler wie J.M.W. Turner, J.P. Hackert, Ettore Roesler Franz und Edvard Munch. Ein wichtiges Buch für ein besseres Verständnis des Friedhofs in seinem römischen Kontext. [Katalog]

Il Cimitero acattolico di Roma. La presenza protestante nella città del papa.
Antonio Menniti Ippolito, Viella, 2014.
Updating and expansion, based on further archival research, of his essay in the ‘Parte Antica’ volume (see below). Provides fundamental source material about the origins of the Cemetery and the Catholic church context.

The Protestant Cemetery in Rome: the cemetery of artists and poets.
Johan Beck-Friis,
Malmö: Allhems Förlag, 1956.
The standard brief illustrated history of the Cemetery, with a list of notable graves. Frequently reprinted with minor additions, it is available in German, Italian and English editions.

The Protestant Cemetery in Rome: the "Parte Antica"
edited by Antonio Menniti Ippolito and Paolo Vian, Roma: Unione Internazionale degli Istituti di Archeologia, Storia e Storia dell'Arte in Roma, 1989.

The result of an intensive research project into the Parte Antica by the British and Swedish institutes in Rome. Most of the volume is in English, with the two main chapters on the early history of the Cemetery in Italian and German.

All'ombra della Piramide: storia e interpretazione del Cimitero acattolico di Roma
Wolfgang Krogel, Roma: Unione internazionale degli istituti di archeologia storia e storia dell'arte in Roma, 1995.

The most detailed account of the development of the Cemetery in its wider historical context, drawing upon archives in Rome and a wide range of published sources.

La piramide di Caio Cestio e il cimitero acattolico del Testaccio
Chiara Di Meo, Roma: Palombi editori, 2008.
A historical study of the Pyramid and Cemetery in the context of attitudes towards death, richly illustrated by contemporary engravings and paintings of both monuments (out of print).

Newsletter of the Friends of the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome (Newsletter)
Quarterly newsletter describing how the Cemetery is cared for, and with short articles on its history and on interesting people buried there.


The titles listed above are available at the Visitors’ Centre of the Cemetery. Enquiries to: visitorcentre@cemeteryrome.it


Nicholas Stanley-Price, See Rome – and die. Legacies of the Grand Tour in a Roman cemetery. In The legacy of the Grand Tour: new essays on travel, literature, and culture (ed. Lisa Colletta), Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2016, 169-183.
An analysis of their tomb inscriptions, early travellers’ accounts and genealogical data suggests that at least fifteen of the graves in the Old Cemetery (Parte Antica) were of young men who died in Rome while on the Grand Tour.

P.M. Barone, K.J. Swanger, N. Stanley-Price and A. Thursfield. Finding graves in a cemetery: Preliminary forensic GPR investigations in the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome (Italy), Measurement 80 (2016) 53–57.
Preliminary report on a survey of the Old Cemetery (the Parte Antica) using Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) to detect unmarked graves and other subsurface features that influence management policies.

Where are They Buried?
Nicholas Stanley-Price, Astene Bulletin 61: Autumn 2014

Brief notes on some of those buried in the Cemetery who were associated in some way with Egypt or Egyptology, published in the Bulletin of the Association for Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East.

The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome:
Management and Stone Conservation

Nicholas Stanley-Price, Heritage Consultant
Amanda Thursfield, Director, Non-Catholic Cemetery Rome (Italy)

In JARDINS DE PIERRES
Conservation de la Pierre dans les parcs, jardins et cimetières/
Conservation of stone in Parks, Gardens and Cemeteries
(eds. M. Stefanaggi et V. Vergès-Belmin)
14es journées d’étude de la SFIIC,
Paris, Institut national du patrimoine, 22-24 juin 2011, Paris 2011,
pages 64-71.
Article summarizing the current management policies of the cemetery as of 2011.

A short history of the making of the Rémillard Angel
Douglas Stephens

This account, written specially for this website, of the making of a replica of Wm. Wetmore Story’s Angel of Grief sculpture puts into perspective what Story achieved in Rome in 1894-95.

My favourite...spot in Rome
Nicholas Stanley-Price, e-dialogos · Annual digital journal on research in Conservation and Cultural Heritage · n 2 · August 2012.
A short account of the significance and conservation of the Cemetery, part of a series by invited authors on "My favourite..."


Three articles by Christina Huemer (†)

An eighteenth-century artist's funeral at the Protestant Cemetery in Rome
Christina Huemer, Storia dell'Arte n.125/126 (n.s. 25/26), 2010, 171-181

Publishes the contemporary description and drawing of the night funeral of the Swedish painter Jonas Akerström in 1795.

Thomas Cole's View of the Protestant Burying Ground, Rome (1832-1833) at Olana
Christina Huemer, In Crossings. Ponti sull'Atlantico. Testi in ricordo di Regina Soria (ed.
F.M.Fales). Naples: Liquori, 2011, 103-108

Describes Cole’s view of the Cemetery and the subsequent history of his painting.

Sculpture in the Non-Catholic Cemetery of Rome
Christina Huemer
, Final English draft text written by the author in 2007, published in Italian as: La scultura nel Cimitero acattolico di Roma, in Lo splendore della forma. La scultura negli spazi della memoria (a cura di Mauro Felicori e Franco Sborgi). Bologna: Luca Sosselli editore, 2012, 204-214
Describes a selection of the Cemetery’s more notable sculptures in the context of the Cemetery’s history
(for the illustrations, see the published Italian version, also posted here as a pdf)