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They returned, however, for one final, brief season, which ran from 26 April to 8 May 1936, as evidenced by the pay sheets receipted with thumb prints. They excavated immediately northwest of the sanctuary and had a second series of aerial photographs taken. The Bagnanis then left Egypt for good, sailing for Greece and moving to Canada. In practice at the personal level, these were intelligent men prepared to work together despite their political differences. Anti embraced the ideals of fascist ideology wholeheartedly, later becoming the director of the Antichita e Belle Arti in the Republic of Salo, but he was unusual if not remarkable in his willingness to promote non-fascists like Bagnani.
The old and new were juxtaposed, inevitably so given the pace of construction within Rome itself, though Lanciani, a true Roman, could not avoid expressing regret over the destruction of the sleepy city of the Papal era. ARCHAEOLOGY, MYTH, AND IDENTITY IN INTER-WAR ALBANIA Lanciani was also the moving figure in the instigation of the archaeological exhibition of 1911. This event, the forerunner of the Mostra Augustea of 1938, was opened in the Baths of Diocletian to accompany the World Fair of that year.
BSR, John Ward Perkins to Sir Mortimer Wheeler 24/6/1964), later research has instead tended to revisit his theories. Discussion of early social and state development in the Adriatic region, for example, has tended to underline the strong trans-Adriatic interaction in prehistory. Indeed this was a theme strongly reiterated by archaeologists working in Enver Hoxhas Albania, albeit with an ironic twist: "However, it attracts one's opinion that during the early Iron Age in this blend of influences from Albania to the other shores of the Adriatic and from Italy to our country, more powerful have been the lllyrian influences across the Adriatic shores" (Andrea, 1985:229).