Press about the Non-Catholic Cemetery
[For articles about the 2016 exhibition,
På kyrkogården Cimitero Acattolico i Rom
vilar främlingarna sida vid sida. Hur vi begraver våra döda säger
något viktigt om ett samhälle. [At the cemetery Cimitero Acattolico
in Rome rest strangers side by side. How we bury our dead says
something important about a society.]
Sydsvenskan, Kultur 5 mars 2017 08:00 [PDF] [online]
cimitero non è un camposanto
Nell'acattolico alla piramide ci sono 4.000 anime: tra i famosi
Gramsci, Gadda, Keats e Shelley.
Il Messaggero [stampa] [online]
di Roma, Roma Segrata, 17 Luglio 2016
beautiful place to die: Italy and the Romantic poets
There has never been a better time
to make the pilgrimage to Keats’s grave. An article from
the UK magazine” “The Spectator”
Cimitero Acattolico di Roma: Da
300 anni all'ombra della piramide
Un'intervista sul Cimitero a Nicholas Stanley-Price,
accompagnata da foto e pubblicata in una nuova rivista online dedicata
ai beni culturali.
The secret mix
Archeostorie magazine, 5 aprile 2016
the English in Rome, including an interview with Nicholas Stanley-Price
on the Cemetery.
4, 25 May 2015. Listen here (30 minutes)
Italy: Welcome to the world's prettiest graveyard
This pretty serene place
brims with fascinating stories. An
article from the Australian newspaper, The Sydney Morning
Invisibili: the poeple behind the lives of others
Il cimitero acattolico di Roma nasce
nel '700, quando il Papa vieta ai non cattolici di essere sepolti
in terra consacrata. Da allora, ospita alcune delle tombe più illustri
degli stranieri mai vissuti nella capitale.
RepTv News, il magazine quotidiano di Repubblica Tv, 3 marzo 2015
pietre di Gramsci, a documentary
Directed by Paolo Brogi and David Riondino, photography
and editing Raffaele Rago
Una passeggiata per il Cimitero Acattolico di Roma
One of a series of articles about Rome (in Japanese)
Matsunaga 松永 文夫
Biblioteca Italiana Nuova Serie 51 (2014), Tokyo
Rome, Italy: a literary tour of the Romantic poets
tour of literary Rome revisits the lives of English Romantic poets
John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley, who are both buried in the
city's Non-Catholic Cemetery.
16 Oct 2014 at 1:15 PM
The Director Amanda Thursfield talks to the
Catholic News Agency
Rome's Non-Catholic Cemetery is also a
resting place for the living.
Constance C.E. Duncan
Catholic News Service,
VATICAN LETTER 11 Sept 2014
Parker Remond: An African American Woman in
19th century Europe
Records of the burial of Sarah Parker
Remond, abolitionist, physician, and daughter of the most prominent
African American family in Salem, Massachusetts are found at
Wellesley Centers for Women,
Women = Books Blog
Telegraph’s Secret Rome: lesser known places to visit
That Keats and Shelley should be buried
in this lovely place beneath the shadow of Rome's only pyramid
is particularly fitting: the cemetery is hopelessly romantic.
Telegraph | Travel, 11:03AM GMT 30 Jan 2014
Da Keats a Morrison, andar per sepolcri
Nel 2013 45mila visite ai cimiteri storici, possono essere
21 Maggio 2014, 20:48
Hodges Travels to Rome's Non-Catholic Cemetery
The archaeologist Richard Hodges captures
the atmosphere well after a tour of the Cemetery.
World Archaeology 65 (2014)
Radio 4, From our own correspondent, End of an Era
On one of Rome's holiest weekends of the year, Alan Johnston has
been to a non-Roman Catholic corner of the eternal city which enchanted
the poets Keats and Shelley.
BBC radio, 19 April 2014
Financial Times correspondence
Nicholas Stanley-Price clarifies the historical
record of Keats' Italian residency and solves the mystery
of the purple flowers.
Times | 30 August,13 September, 20 September 2013
della Sera | 22.9.2013
Alla scoperta del cimitero acattolico
Romauno TV Romauno
a cura di Filippo Bellantoni
Resting place of Protestant ‘renegades’ is 300-year-old gift of religious tolerance
Research published by The Times shows
that the cemetery is not only older than previously thought,
but was also established with the explicit approval of the Pope.
The Times | 28.12.2012
Cimitero Acattolico, un havre de paix
In the shadow of the pyramid of Caius Cestius, a haven of peace for the dead ... and the living.
LE MONDE | 30.05.2012
ceneri di Gramsci
An article from the Italian website “Il
sentimento dei Luoghi” by the journalist Manuela Cavalieri
on the visit by the students of the Liceo Kant (Rome) with
Gianni Pitella, Vice President of the European Parliament,
to the tomb of Gramsci.
sentimento dei Luoghi, sabato, 31 Marzo 2012 11:24
"So Sweet a Place"
A film made for the Cemetery in 2009 by the noted American filmmaker Ira Meistrich for the Non-Catholic Cemetery.
Beauty at Death's Door
Famous figures of history lie in one
of the Eternal City's most remarkable cemeteries.
Sydney Morning Herald, SMH.com.au, 31 July 2011
Rubinetti intervistato dal TGR del Lazio
YouTube 16.07.2011, ediz. ore 14
Romantic cemeteries, from Georgia to Rome
Whether in Savannah or Rome, spend an
afternoon at the world's most entrancing, mystical graveyards.
Atlanta Travel Examiner, 15 July 2011
Restaurata la tomba dei Ceccarini
The Ceccarini Tomb is restored
La Famija arciunesa, May 2011
World's Most Haunting Cemeteries
This cemetery in Rome seems to cast a spell over visitors — Percy Bysshe Shelley was so taken by its eerie beauty that he extolled its merits in a poem and was later laid to rest here.
Cimiteri, per i viaggiatori di TripAdvisor a Roma due fra i più belli d'Europa
La top ten europea dei 'sepolcri', stilata dalla community del sito di viaggi vede la Capitale occupare ben due posti.
la Repubblica Roma.it, 20/10/2010
36 Hours in Rome
Rome has welcomed some new sparkle. A modern take on the Eternal City.
The New York Times, 6/10/2010
Legion of the dead in Rome
Financial Times, 16/4/2010 23:20
So Sweet a Resting Place
The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome is both a place of pilgrimage and an active burial ground.
Wanted in Rome, 28/10/2009