AIA Lecturer: Francesco de Angelis

Lectures by Francesco de Angelis

Columbia University

Francesco de Angelis

Francesco de Angelis is Associate Professor of Roman Art and Archaeology with Columbia University, where he is also the Vice-Director of the Center for the Ancient Mediterranean and Associate Director of the Center for Archaeology.  He holds his degrees in Classics and Classical Archaeology from the University of Pisa.  His area of specialization is Etruscan and Roman art and archaeology, and he has received numerous awards from his research and teaching.  He has worked on various cataloguing projects of Etruscan and Roman materials, has published widely, and is Co-Editor of Etruscan News and Oebalus.

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