In Memoriam Dante Vaglieri (1865-1913)
American Journal of Archaeology 18 (1913), 88
Professor Dante Vaglieri, the eminent Italian archaeologist, died suddenly at Ostia, December 14, 1913. He was born at Trieste in 1865, and studied archaeology at the University of Vienna. In 1886 he went to Rome to the school of Professor De Ruggero, whose daughter he married. He was at different times director of the Museo delle Terme, of the Palatine, and of the excavations at Ostia. He published many articles in learned periodicals and a work entitled I Consoli. (A.C., Giornale d'Italia, December 15, 1913).