Giuseppe Zecchini

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Giuseppe Zecchini (born 1952 in Milan) is an Italian historian.

He is mainly concerned with the political history of the Roman world in the age of Caesar and Augustus and in the late antiquity and with the history of Hellenistic and Roman historiography.

Born in Milan in 1952, he graduated in 1975 at the Faculty of Letters of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan as a pupil of Marta Sordi. He has been teaching history of ancient historiography at the Università Cattolica from 1979 and Roman history at Chieti´s University from 1994 to 1997. He is currently full professor of Roman history at the Università Cattolica. He has been visiting professor in Dresden in 2001 and in Paris-Sorbonne in 2002.

He is member of the Italian Institute of Ancient History’s board from 2004, member of the Istituto Lombardo, member of the Canussio Foundation’s scientific committee, member of the scientific committee of the journals “''Aevum''” and “''De rebus antiquis''”, co director of the journal “''Politica Antica''”, director of the series CERDAC at the 'L’Erma di Bretschneider'. Provided by Wikipedia
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