The last of the great private Roman collections re-emerges
A 40-year struggle between Italy and the Torlonia family ends with major show in 2020
Fresco of two fighting gladiators discovered in Pompeii
Italy's culture minister Dario Franceschini says the find shows the site is an "inexhaustible mine for archaeological research"
Will the UK be able to take part in antiquities busts after Brexit?
Nineteen of the accused in Operation Demetra face trial in December, while the alleged UK mastermind awaits extradition
Prefab(ulous): the story of an 18th-century chapel made entirely in Rome for a church in Lisbon
This fascinating survey offers both detailed commentary and lavish illustrations
Top Italian museum director faces trial over gym visits
The director of the Galleria Borghese in Rome has been suspended without pay for leaving the office
Controversial new director plans to turn Rome museum into art ‘asylum’
Critics objected to selection of Giorgio de Finis for role at Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma without an open recruitment process
Bernini is guest of honour at patron's villa
Galleria Borghese celebrates the 20th anniversary of its reopening with a show that brings together the artist’s entire career