Luigi Spina is a photographer. His work depicts amphitheatres and the civic dimension of the sacred and explores the links between art and faith, the search for ancient cultural roots, and the physical impact of classical sculpture. His works published by 5 Continents Editions include Sing Sing. Pompeii's Body (2020), and the first volume in the Canova. Four Tempos series. He launched the Hidden Treasures series with The Farnese Cup, which is now joined by the third in the series, The Alexander Mosaic. He has also published The Dancers at the Villa of the Papyri for 5 Continents Editions' Tailormade series. Fausto Zevi is an archaeologist and art historian specialising in Italian art. He is a former pupil of Ranuccio Bianchi Bandinelli and has taken a particular interest in ancient Rome, especially topics associated with Roman Hellenism, as well as topographic and town planning problems in Pompeii, Ostia, and Rome. Fausto Zevi is a member of Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Istituto archeologico germanico, and an honorary member of the British School in Rome. Valeria Sampaolo has been conservator of the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. The author of several publications, she focuses on research of early excavations in the Vesuvius area and on establishing the provenance of the Museum's frescoes, whose new display arrangement she curated.