Ruolo
Docenti di ruolo di Ia fascia
Qualifica (ricerca)
Professori Ordinari
 
Area Ministeriale
AREA MIN. 10 - Scienze dell'antichita,filologico-letterarie e storico-artistiche
Macro-settore concorsuale
10/A - SCIENZE ARCHEOLOGICHE
Settore SSD
Settore L-ANT/04 - Numismatica
Short CV

The fields of study and research include: • The coin finds from the Roman period and Byzantine in Northern Italy, in the North-Western Peloponnese, in the Adriatic area, in Upper Galilee (Israel) and in Jordan; the impact on the economy and societies in this periods; • The problems of interpretation of the coins from archaeological contexts; • The Byzantine coinage and sigillography; • The history of numismatic collections between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; • The numismatic collections and their exploitation for the public exhibitions or scientific programs; • Recovery, translation in the vehicular language and the annotated edition of the ancient works and / or medieval treatises on money, money theory, money change. May 1998 – November 2005; December 2012-2014: Keeper of the Bottacin Museum in Padova. 2005- today: he achieved the first academic position as Associated professor of Numismatics and Monetary History at the University of Trieste; 2009-today: Director of the Post-graduate Archaeological School of Universities of Trieste, Udine and Venice (www.sisba.it); 2013: Academic habilitation as full professor (PO-Area 10.A1). Collaboration with Foreign Institutions • 1996-today: Israel Antiquities Authority and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem; • 1996-today: Museum of the SBF of Jerusalem (Advisor the numismatic collection); • 20012-today: Ecole Archéologique et Biblique Française in Jerusalem. Conference / Meeting 2000: he organized the International Congress of numismatics and history of coins: “Coin finds in the ancient world: problems and methods”, Padua, 31 March to 2 April 2000. 2003- today: He conceived and organized the Symposia Simone Assemani on Islamic coins (Padua, 2003: Trieste 2008; Rome 2011: Trieste 2014 Editorial activity 2010-today: he devised and he manages the following numismatic series by Edizioni University of Trieste (EUT): a. Numismatica Antica e Medievale. Studi; b. Numismatica ...

The fields of study and research include: •The coin finds from the Roman period (in particular the II-I century BC., the late antique period) and Byzantine in Northern Italy, in the North-Western Peloponnese, in the Adriatic area, in Upper Galilee (Israel) and in Jordan; the impact on the economy and societies in this periods; •The problems of interpretation of the coins from archaeological contexts; •The Byzantine coinage and sigillography; •The history of numismatic collections between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; •The numismatic collections and their exploitation for the public exhibitions or scientific programs; •Recovery, translation in the vehicular language and the annotated edition of the ancient works and / or medieval treatises on money, money theory, money change. .-.-.-.-.-. 1988-2005: has been collaborator on the inventory and catalog the numismatic finds in Veneto according to art. 44 L.R. 5.9.1984, with the publication of some volumes in the Series Ritrovamenti Monetali di età romana nel Veneto (author of 3 volumes). 1989: catalogue and publication of the coins in the Archeological Museum of Oderzo (1000 examples). 1989-1990: study of the Byzantine numismatic collection of the Bottacin Museum in Padova (c. 900 examples), with the publication of the catalog. 1991: catalogue of the coins in the Civic Museum of Vittorio Veneto (150 examples). 1992: a. publication of the numismatic material from the “Teatro Sociale” excavations- Trento (1562 examples); b. catalogue of the coins from the Palazzo Tabarelli excavations (700 examples) in Trento. 1992/1993 – 1999/2000: collaboration as specialist in the teaching of Numismatics at the University of Udine, with participation in lectures, seminars and examinations. 1993/1994: catalogue and publication of the Roman coins found at Agro Adriese (Villadose) (ca. 1300 examples). 1994: catalogue and publication of the numismatic material found in the digs at Cantina Sociale di Mezzocorona (150 examples). 1995: collaboration in the CNR (Italian National Research Council) research project “Monetary circulation in medieval Italy: elaboration of appropriate research methodologies”, under the direction of Prof. Andrea Saccocci of the University of Udine. The project was funded by the CNR Sector Commission for the years 1994-1996. 1995-1996: publication of the Byzantine Coin Collection in the Udine Civic Museums. 1996- today: a. by invitation of the Greek Ministry for Cultural Heritage, he made an initial identification of the numismatic material from the archeological digs at Rakita (Elide) and Patras in Greece. b. appointed by the “Biblicum-Franciscanum” University Institute in Jerusalem to study a part of the coins found in the Kapernaum Synagogue and in the city of Kapernaum excavations (Israel). Entrusted by the Keeper of the Biblicum Coins collection to reorganize and study all Coin Cabinet, he spent long periods in Israel every year since 1996. May 1998 – November 2005: Keeper of the Bottacin Museum in Padova. This appointment involved supervision, exibition and study of the collections. It also required the organization, management and coordination of the research group within the Eremitani Civic Museums Institute, and the Numismatic Databank “DoGe Veneto”, physically located in the Bottacin Museum and legally entrusted to the Keeper. 1999/2000-2002: invited professor at the University of Trieste for the teaching Greek and Roman Numismatics for the degree course and at the Post-graduate School. 1999: the Veneto Region appointed him as representative to the Ministerial Commission (Central Catalog and Documentation Institution - Rome) for the revision of the format NU (Numismatics), as part of a national project to uniform the methods and descriptive languages in the Numismatic DataBase set up by Government and Decentralized Departments of the Public Administration. He performed a role of scientific coordination in the Commission and the experience gained at the Bottacin Museum was used as a reference to be implemented at national level through the Central Catalog and Documentation Institution of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage. 2002: Supervisor of the donation of the Byzantine coin collection, private archive and library of Tommaso Bertelè to the Bottacin Museum. 2004: started to study of the collection of Byzantine coins donated to the Bottacin Museum by Dr. Ravazzano. The collection includes thousand coins, all found in Syria. The catalogue was completed in September 2007 and compilation for to press is now underway. 2005- today: he achieved the first academic position as Associated professor of Numismatics and Monetary History at the University of Trieste; 2009-2011: President of the degree of Literature and Humanities of the Faculty of the University of Trieste. 2009-today: Director of the Post-graduate Archaeological School of Universities of Trieste, Udine and Venice (www.sisba.it); 2013: Academic habilitation as full professor (PO-Area 10.A1). Collaboration with Foreign Institutions •1996-2004: VI Eforia of Patras (Greece) (Rakita and Patras Project) •1996-today: Israel Antiquities Authority and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem; •1996-today: Museum of the SBF of Jerusalem (with the present position as the Advisor the numismatic collection); •20012-today: Ecole Archéologique et Biblique Française in Jerusalem. The purpose of this collaboration is the study and the publication of the coins from the archaeological excavations conducted by the aforementioned institutions. Conference / Meeting 2000: in partnership with Giovanni Gorini, he organized the International Congress of numismatics and history of coins: “Coin finds in the ancient world: problems and methods”, Padua, 31 March to 2 April 2000. 2003:He conceived and organized the Symposia Simone Assemani on Islamic coins (Padua, September 2008: 2nd Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins: Trieste,, August 2008. 2011: 3rd Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins, Rome, September 2011 2014: 4th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic coins, Trieste, September 2014) The Symposia Assemani aim to open in Italy a new line study and research on the coinage of the Near East and the connections with the economy and the history of the western Mediterranean during the VIIth-XIth century. Editorial activity 1998-2005: scientific and editorial staff of the "Bulletino del Museo Civico di Padova” for the numismatic/medals section . 2010-today: •editorial board of "Aquileia Nostra"; •he devised and he manages the following numismatic series by Edizioni University of Trieste (EUT): a.Numismatica Antica e Medievale. Studi; b.Numismatica Antica e Medievale. Documenti; c.Rei Nummariae Scriptores 2013-today: member of the Scientific Board of the “Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica”. 2015: Managing Director of «West & East», and of the Series of «West & East» Monographs, the organ of the Post-graduate Archaeological School of the Universities of Trieste, Udine and Venice Ca’ Foscari (SISBA). Research projects 1. Coin finds from the Roman era in Friuli Venezia Giulia (Application and peer-reviewed: Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia); 2. The Return of the bronze coin in buckets. IX-XI (Prin 2008); 3. Byzantine Bronze Coins during. IX-XI in Adriatic Area (FRA Trieste University with application and peer-reviewers) 4.The coins found at Khirbet Qumran (Palestine): new evidence and ideological mistake (EBAF & SBF Jerusalem) 5. The coins found at St. Hilarion/Gaza Strip (Palestine), with EBAF and IFPO

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