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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Scritti in onore di Lucos Cozza /
Roma : Quasar, 2014.
Physical Description: 19-22 ; 25 cm.
Article
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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Atti della Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia, 81.2008-2009
Roma : Tipografia vaticana, 2009.
Physical Description: 607-610.
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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Papers of the British School at Rome, 76 (2008)
2008.
Physical Description: 99-154 : Abb.
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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Archeologia Classica, 57 (N.S.7) (2006)
2006.
Physical Description: 175-202 : Abb.
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by Cozza, Lucos
Roma : L'Erma di Bretschneider, 1998.
Physical Description: 113 S.:Ill. -4°.
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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Analecta Romana Instituti Danici, 25 (1997)
1997.
Physical Description: 7-113 : Abb. Taf.
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by Giuliani, Cairoli Fulvio.
Roma : Soprintendenza archeologica per il Lazio, 1995.
Physical Description: 4 p., [5] p. of plates : ill., plan ; 35 cm.
Other Authors: '; ...Cozza, Lucos....
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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Analecta Romana Instituti Danici, 21 (1993)
1993.
Physical Description: 81-139 : Abb.
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Lavori e studi di archeologia ; 1
Roma : De Luca, 1982.
Physical Description: 57 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
Other Authors: '; ...Cozza, Lucos....
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by Colini, Antonio Maria, 1900-
Roma : Monte dei Paschi di Siena, 1962.
Physical Description: xi, 167 p., 6 f. de dépl. : ill. (some col.), plans ; 34 cm.
Other Authors: '; ...Cozza, Lucos....
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by Cozza, Lucos.
Published in Archeologia classica, 57.2006
Roma : Istituto di Archeologia, 1949-.
Physical Description: 175-202.
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Lucos Cozza

Lucos Cozza in 1990 Lucos Cozza (born in Rome, Italy, on 11 April 1921 – 27 June 2011) was a Roman archaeologist.

Born in Rome, Cozza was the son of the sculptor, count Lorenzo Cozza (Orvieto 1877 - Roma 1965), and the grandson of archaeologist Adolfo Cozza (Orvieto 1848 - Roma 1910).

Cozza was a student of Giuseppe Lugli, the author of many scholarly books about Italian prehistory and the topography of Rome; his best-known work is on the Temple of Hadrian. He also wrote an archeological guide book to Roman antiquities, translated into several languages.

In 1957 he began the excavation, along with Ferdinando Castagnoli, of the Latin federal sanctuary at Lavinium. Provided by Wikipedia