Archivio di Stato

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westy54
De westy54
Surprisingly very good and not what I expected. Well worth the visit which is free and lasts about an hour.
jun. de 2019
Los archivos del estado de Siena se encuentran en el último piso del Palazzo Piccolomini. Caminas por la entrada principal del Palazzo, que está en la Via Banchi di Sotto, hacia el patio y la entrada a los Archivos es a través de una puerta en la esquina posterior izquierda. Hay varios tramos de pasos para navegar, pero vimos un ascensor al que se podía acceder a través de una puerta de enlace adyacente. Los archivos contienen una buena cantidad de documentos importantes que datan del siglo VIII, pero lo que habíamos venido a ver era la colección de Biccherne, que eran 105 pequeños paneles de madera pintados que datan de 1257 y cubren el período hasta el siglo XVII, que fueron inicialmente creado como portadas para libros de contabilidad estatales o balances administrativos para la Oficina Financiera Principal de Siena (conocida como Biccherna), pero también fueron utilizados posteriormente por la Oficina de Impuestos y el hospital Santa Maria delle Scala, entre otros. Estos paneles fueron pintados por varios artistas famosos de Siena y son notables porque estos artistas pintaron escenas, no solo de importancia religiosa, sino también para marcar eventos significativos en la vida de la ciudad. Los Biccherene se exhiben muy bien en gabinetes de vidrio en gran parte en orden de fecha y la mayoría de los gabinetes tienen una nota explicativa en italiano e inglés que se refieren a los diversos Biccherne en ese gabinete. Los gabinetes están ubicados en gran parte en cinco habitaciones. También en esas habitaciones hay estanterías de libros de cuentas de piso a techo. Los archivos solo están abiertos de lunes a sábado para visitas de 10 a 00 a.m., de 11 a 00 a.m. y de 12 a 00 p.m. Las visitas son gratuitas y son realizadas libremente por un miembro del personal que, cuando visitamos, hablaba predominantemente solo italiano, pero hay una serie de avisos explicativos en italiano e inglés. Después de una rápida introducción general en italiano, se nos permitió pasear a nuestro propio ritmo por las cinco salas principales que contienen el Biccherne, la sala de conferencias y algunas salas más pequeñas. Los techos con frescos en la sala de conferencias y algunas de las salas más pequeñas eran bastante encantadoras. No teníamos prisa, pero puede ver fácilmente todos los Biccherne cómodamente en la hora asignada.

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Luke3j
Friul-Venecia Julia, Italia2.006 aportes
Patrimonio archivistico inestimabile
ago. de 2021
L'Archivio di Stato è ospitato nello splendido Palazzo Piccolomini. La facciata in pietra di questo edificio è impreziosita da splendide bifore. Il patrimonio archivistico è tra i più importanti d'Italia. Piccola curiosità: qui si conserva il testamento di Giovanni Boccaccio.
Escrita el 15 de septiembre de 2021
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Tunde G
Debrecen, Hungría1.419 aportes
Archivum
jul. de 2019
Mint családfakutató, megakadt a szemem a feliraton. Sajnos kevés volt nagyon az időnk.
Milyen jó lenne néhány dolgot látni, hiszen kiállítási része is van és a térre pedig jó kilátás nyílik.
Escrita el 19 de marzo de 2020
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giuseppe n
409 aportes
Diversamente archivio!
oct. de 2019
L'archivio di stato di Siena ha alcune particolarità che lo differenziano da un normale archivio, e di conseguenza diventa attrattivo non solo per studiosi e ricercatori, ma anche per turisti e curiosi.
E vediamo di che si tratta!
Innanzitutto il palazzo in cui è collocato. Si tratta di Palazzo Piccolomini, cioè in pratica la famiglia più importante e potente di Siena. E si vede! Il palazzo infatti si impone per la sua facciata e per una particolarità che va sottolineata. Il fianco e una parte del retro affacciano su Piazza del Campo. Durante la visita vi sarà data la possibilità di godere di questa vista e di immaginare di essere lì quando si svolge il Palio. L'affaccio infatti è proprio all'altezza della curva più pericolosa, quella sulla quale spesso cadono i fantini. Che spettacolo!
Ma entriamo! C'è una raccolta di piccoli dipinti che ricoprivano i faldoni in cui venivano custoditi gli atti di una magistratura dello Stato Senese, la Biccherna. Un'impiegata dell'archivio vi accompagnerà durante la visita e potrete chiedere tutte le delucidazioni di cui avrete voglia. In pratica si tratta di un piccolo Museo, in quanto questi dipinti sono frutto dei migliori pittori senesi.
Un'oretta insolita e spesa bene!
Escrita el 10 de noviembre de 2019
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westy54
Sídney, Australia6.776 aportes
Surprisingly very good and not what I expected. Well worth the visit which is free and lasts about an hour.
jun. de 2019
The Siena State Archives are located on the top floor of the Palazzo Piccolomini. You walk through the main entrance of the Palazzo, which is on the Via Banchi di Sotto, into the courtyard and the entrance to the Archives is through a doorway in the back left hand corner. There are a number of flights of steps to navigate but we did see a lift which could be accessed via an adjacent gateway.

The Archives hold a good number of important documents dating from the 8th century but what we had come to see was the collection of Biccherne, being 105 small painted wooden panels dating from 1257 and covering the period up until the 17th century, that were initially created as covers for state ledgers or administrative balance sheets for the Chief Financial Office of Siena (known as the Biccherna) but were also subsequently used by the Tax Office and the Santa Maria delle Scala hospital amongst others. These panels were painted by a number of famous Sienese artists and are noteworthy in that these artists painted scenes, not only of religious significance, but also to mark significant events in the life of the city. The Biccherene are very well displayed in glass cabinets largely in date order and most cabinets have an explanatory note in Italian and English that refer to the various Biccherne in that cabinet. The cabinets are largely located in five rooms. Also in those rooms are floor to ceiling shelving of accounts books.

The Archives are only open from Monday to Saturday for visits from 10-00 am, 11-00 am and 12-00 pm. Visits are free and are loosely undertaken by a staff member who, when we visited, predominantly spoke only Italian but there are a number of explanatory notices in both Italian and English. After a general quick introduction in Italian we were allowed to wander at our own pace through the five main rooms containing the Biccherne, the conference room and some smaller rooms. The frescoed ceilings in the conference room and some of the smaller rooms were quite lovely.

We were not hurried but you can easily view all of the Biccherne comfortably in the hour that is allocated.
Escrita el 28 de septiembre de 2019
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Kerry R
82 aportes
Escape the crowds in this cool archive
jul. de 2019
This archive is less frequented than many of the wonders of Siena, but it houses a collection of ledgers that have fascinating covers painted over centuries by artisans. Part of Siena's civic pride, even tax ledgers served as a place where art could thrive.
Escrita el 2 de septiembre de 2019
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zqtazq
Azzano Decimo, Italia348 aportes
Suggestivo
jun. de 2019 • Familia
Museo alquanto suggestivo nella visita: si possono ammirare antiche documentazioni dal XII secolo in poi all'interno di Palazzo Chigi Saracini, circondati da faldoni di partiche civili cittaddine degli ultimi 3 secoli.
Esperienza unica, consigliatissimo.
Escrita el 27 de junio de 2019
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PotterygirlNYC
Nueva York, Estado de Nueva York65 aportes
Fascinating!
may. de 2019 • Pareja
We really enjoyed our 1 hour visit. It's a unique experience. The books are so old and beautiful. The guide did not speak English so we could not understand her when she showed us some books but we still appreciated the beauty and history. There is a great view of Piazza Del Campo from a small balcony. Be sure to check the visiting hours. It's very limited and specific. We arrived when it opened at 10:00 on a Monday. I believe the visits that day were only allowed at 3 specific times: 10:00, 11:00 or 12:00. Admission is free.
Escrita el 31 de mayo de 2019
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Deomogan
Piglio, Lazio, Italy8.913 aportes
Bella la vista sulla piazza
may. de 2019 • Solitario
Si trova in piazza del campo, merita proprio una visita.
L'ingresso è gratuito ma gli orari sono particolari ed è meglio chiamare prima di andarci appositamente
Escrita el 31 de mayo de 2019
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Don C
76 aportes
Not your normal museum...very different and very interesting!
may. de 2019 • Pareja
This is a really different type of museum that traces the history of Siena from the mid-13th century to the mid-18th. It is viewed through the eyes of the “Biccherna” (similar to a town controller or government official) via volumes and volumes of documents detailing the goings-on in Siena during the period. Moreover, it is also represented with exquisite tables; a collection of 105 paintings on wood with the oldest dating back to the year 1258. Some of the paintings covey the work of the biccherna and camerlengo (the head of the office) during their daily work life during the era, while others are secular in nature and others convey significant religious events. It is really a unique place...seeing up close the dress, daily habits of the people of Siena from the 13th through the 18th century is much more interesting than we expected. Moreover, there is not entrance fee, just an opportunity to contribute at the end of your walk through to show you appreciation with 5 or 10 Euro contribution. BTW, the view from the top balcony of the Il Campo below is fantastic. A docent accompanies you on your walk through and you move through the various rooms at your own pace. If you are interested in Sienese history this is a great place to visit.
Escrita el 25 de mayo de 2019
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mrandmrsg626
Manchester, UK118 aportes
Well worth the climb up the many stairs
may. de 2019 • Pareja
We found this a charming & magical place. The records in words & art of quite ordinary life was so interesting. There was no entrance fee. We found a lift on the way out!
Escrita el 11 de mayo de 2019
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