The monument, lacking something on its top (a bust?), has a very long Italian inscription - almost a short biography - remembering the virtues and merits of the scientist. As can be read in the inscription, the body of Semmola was buried in his family tomb, probably in the same cemetery.
- Photo by Luca Borghi ti.supmacinu|ihgrob.l#| (August 2008)
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- C.Palazzolo Olivares, Il Giardino della Memoria. Un percorso di visita al Recinto degli Uomini Illustri nel Cimitero Monumentale di Poggioreale, Massa Editore, Napoli 2003, p. 71.