Dr. Antonio Corso: The famous Italian Archaeologist

11 June, 1955: he was born at Baone, in the province of Padua, North-Eastern Italy.
1961-75: he attended the normal curriculum of studies in Italy at the time, from primary school to high school, at Este, near Padua. He chooses the classical studies in high school and obtains the classical maturity at Este in 1975, scoring points 57, the top being 60.

1975-79: he attends the Course of Master Degree in Classics at the University of Padua. He successfully gives his 20 examinations at their due times, scoring points 30 cum laude (the top) thirteen times, 30 five times, 29 and 28 one time each.

1979: he obtains the Master Degree, scoring points 110 cum laude (the top), with a thesis on the villa urbana in the de re rustica of Varro.

1979-84: he attends his PhD course in Archaeology at the University of Padua. He  successfully gives his examinations, scoring always the top points. He publishes his first articles. Then, he studies and publishes the Roman mosaics of Padua, collaborating also in their display in the local Museum, makes catalogues of monuments for the local
archaeological services, and gains experience of field archaeology in Cividale del Friuli (north-eastern Italy).

1984: he obtains the PhD in Archaeology, scoring points 70 cum laude (the top). Then, he wins a fellowship of the Italian Archaeological School at Athens, moving his residence to Athens, visiting most of the archaeological sites of Greece and Asia Minor, excavating at Gortys (Crete).

1985: he enjoys a long additional period of research at Athens, sponsored by the Italian Archaeological School at Athens. He becomes a member of the British School at Athens.
1985-6: he is appointed to a chair of art history at an Italian high school in Padua . He researches and publishes on Northern Italian monuments in the testimony of Catullus.
1986-7: he wins a scholarship of the Ministry of National Education of Greece, beginning a long residence in Athens.
1988-93: he wins the position of curator of the Archaeological Museum of the University of Padua and works there. He also lectures to the students of the Department of Archaeology of the local University and takes care of theses at the master level. He also lectures for the local Italian Association for Classical Culture. He writes and publishes a
commentary on the three books of the Natural History by Pliny the Elder devoted to the visual arts (books 34, 35 and 36).

1989: he wins a fellowship of the Italian Archaeological School at Athens and returns to Athens.
1990: In January, he gives a successful lecture at the Byzantine Centre of Athens. For the rest of the year, he works as Museum’s curator at Padua.
1991: He wins a fellowship of the German Archaeological Institute at Berlin and moves his residence to Frankfurt/Main. Here, he collaborates with Profs. Bol and von Steuben, attends regularly a course of German language at the local Goethe Institute and finally obtains the Goethe diploma of knowledge of the German language.

1993-6: after his contract at the Museum expired, the Einaudi Publishing House gives him a four year fellowship, in order to allow him to write a critical review of the text, with translation and commentary of the de architecture of Vitruvius. He moves to Athens, where he enjoys membership of the British School at Athens. He lectures at Padua, Trieste, Cologne, London (British Museum), Athens (British School at Athens and Finnish Institute at Athens) and Aix en Provence. He is appointed Assistant Editor of the periodical “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche. QuaderniTicinesi”.
1996-7: he wins a fellowship of the British Academy and becomes also a  visiting research fellow of the Department of Classics of the King’s College, University of London. He  obtains fellowships also from the Leventis Foundation as well as from the Hellenic Foundation. He becomes also a member of the Project Daidalos on ancient sculptors, established by G. B. Waywell. He gives seminars in the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London.

1997-8: he has a Visiting Fellowship from the Institute of Classical Studies of London and a Senior Fellowship from the Onassis Foundation. He obtains also a second Leventis Fellowship. He lectures at London, Padua, Formia (on Vitruvian topics) and Paros. He publishes his edition of Vitruvius as well as an article on Vitruvian topics in the “Annual of the British School at Athens”.

1998-9: he wins the Senior Prize for the best recent publication on Vitruvius. He is resident at Athens, with a Fellowship for Further Advancement of the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece and with a second Onassis Grant. He works predominantly on Roman copies.

1999-2000: he lectures on “Transformations of the idea of ancient Greek classical art in late antiquity” in the University of Tbilisi in Georgia. Then, he moves to London, with a fellowship from the Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust. He lectures on Roman Copies for the Psaropoulou Foundation at Athens.
2000-1: he wins a Senior Fellowship of the Collegium Budapest – Institute for Advanced Study, moving his residence to Budapest. He lectures at Budapest, in the Collegium Budapest, on the notion of dead arts in Roman times. He has again a Visiting Fellowship of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London.

Fall of 2001: he collaborates to an exhibition opened in Rome on the Giustinani collection of sculptures. He wins a third fellowship of the Leventis Foundation.
2002: he collaborates with the Foundation for a better Hellenism (Idryma Meizonos Hellenismou), contributing entries to the Encyclopedia of the Hellenism in Asia Minor, prepared by this Foundation. He wins a grant of the Centre of Studies of Parus and the Cyclades, in order to study sculpture of Parus of the classical period. He gives a paper on Cephisodotus the Elder and his triad at Megalopolis in the Arcadian Congress promoted by the Norvegian Institute at Athens and another on Xenocrates and early Hellenistic Art Criticism, in the congress on Early Hellenistic Portraiture held in the German Archaeological Institute at Athens.
2003: Visiting Professor in the Russian State Moscow University for the Humanities, where he lectures on ancient art criticism and on the myth of the greatness of Rome in the Middle Age.
2004: holder of research grants of the Leventis Foundation, of the 1984 Foundation (Mellon Bank, Philadelphia) and of the Marks Charitable Trust (London), the latter having been channeled through the Danish Institute of Athens. He gives a paper on ancient portraits of Archilochus in the context of the congress on Archilochus promoted by the Duke University on 1-2 October, 2004.

2005: holder of the Lerici Fellowship, he researches and studies in Stockholm. He delivers two lectures at St. Petersburg: in the “Bibliotheca Classica”, on 18 October, on ancient portraits of Archilochus; in the “Ermitage”, on 19 October, on the artistic development of Praxiteles.

2005-6: holder of a second research grant of the Marks Charitable Trust (London),channelled through the Benaki Museum of Athens.
2006: he delivers a lecture on the impact of the Antalcidas peace on Greek Art at Padua, for the local branch of the Italian Association of Classical Culture, on 26. January.
2006-7: holder of a third research grant of the Marks Charitable Trust and of another one of the Kostopoulos Foundation.
2006, October: he lectures at St. Petersburg (Bibliotheca Classica and University) on topics concerning late classical art.
2007, March: he delivers a lecture on the relationship between masters and pupils in workshops of ancient Greek sculptors in the University of Pavia.

2007-8: holder of a second grant of the 1984 Foundation of the Mellon Fellowship of Philadelphia. On 20. June, 2007, he delivers a paper on Praxiteles in the Sankt Petersburg congress of 18-20 June. He is awarded a fourth research grant of the Marks Charitable Trust. On 23. October, he delivers a lecture on the relations between masters and pupils in workshops of Greek sculptors in the Bibliotheca Classica of Sankt Petersburg.
2008: holder of a grant from the Museum of Fine Arts of Cleveland (Ohio, USA). On 13 June he delivers a lecture in the University of Athens on the topic of the superiority of contemporary visual arts when compared to Greek classical ones from the Carmina Priapeato Photius. In August, he gets a contract from the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.

On 22. September he delivers a lecture on the career of Praxiteles at the Danish Institute at Athens.
On 16 February 2009 he wins the third grant of the 1984 Foundation, Philadelphia.
On 16 April, 2009 his contract with the ScuolaNormaleSuperiore di Pisa is extended.
On 22 June, 2009 he delivers a paper in the congress of the Academy of Sciences of Sankt Petersburg on anti-classicism in the taste of Roman and early Byzantine poets and writers.
In August, 2009 he wins a grant from the Marks Charitable Trust.
In February, 2010 his contract with the ScuolaNormaleSuperiore di Pisa is extended.
On 13. June 2010 he delivered a paper in the congress on Skopas held on Paros about Eros holding the thunderbolt.
On 23. June 2010 he delivered a paper in the congress of Sankt Petersburg of 21-23 June.
On 15. November 2010 he delivered a lecture about the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus in the Aegean Center, on Paros.

4 May 2011: he wins a grant of the Cleveland Museum in order to study the bronze statue of Apollo Sauroctonus held in that Museum.
13 July 2011: he is awarded the grant of the Lord Marks Charitable Trust for the academic year 2011 / 2012.
September, 2011: he is in Cleveland (Ohio) in order to study the bronze Apollo Sauroctonus kept in this town
7 October, 2011: he delivers a paper of the drawings of Vitruvius in the second International Congress on Vitruvius at Fano.
9 November, 2012: he delivers a paper on the Odeum of Pericles in the third congress on Vitruvius at Fano.
7 December 2012: he delivers a paper on copies of statues in vase painting in the international conference on Hellenistic pottery held in Thessaloniki.
21 June, 2013: he delivers a lecture about Praxiteles’ statue in OlbiaPontica in Bibliotheca Classica of Sankt Petersburg.

24 June, 2013: he delivers a paper about copies in vase painting of late classical statues for the conference about classical antiquity of the Academy of Sciences of Sankt Petersburg
4 December, 2013: he delivers a lecture in the FreieUniversitaet of Berlin, ForschungscolloquiumzurAlten Geschichte, with the title Ancient Masterpieces seen by late antique intellectuals.
7 December 2013: he delivers a paper about Praxiteles in the conference ClassicaMente held in Fano and organized by the Centre for Vitruvian Studies.
14 February, 2014: a paper about Praxiteles’ Aphrodite at Corinth is delivered in the conference Drakmatic Art (Chicago, Hilton Hotel). A grant from the Samuel Kress foundation was awarded in connection with this paper.
10 March, 2014: he delivers a lecture about Corinth’s bronze Aphrodite in the National Archaeological Museum at Athens.

1 May 2014 – 28 February 2015: he has a contract with the Centre of Vitruvian Studies in order to study the drawings of architecture in antiquity.
17 July 2014: he delivers a paper about bathing Aphrodites in the Water conference held in Berlin and promoted by the FreieUniversitaet (Prof. Klaus Geus).
30 July 2014: he wins a grant from the Lord Marks Charitable Trust channeled through the Benaki Foundation in order to study the birth and development of the myth of Arcadia in classical Greece.
28 October, 2014: he delivers a papera n the birth and development of the idealized concept of Arcadia in classical Greece, in the context of the conference on ancient art held in the Hermitage of Sankt Petersburg.
31 October, 2014: he takes part to a round table about ancient art in the 21st century, held in the Ermitage.
13 June, 2015: he delivers a paper about the opera nobilia at Parion in the conference on the colonies of Paros held on Paros.

8 September, 2015: Got the award of the Lord Marks Charitable Trust.
27 October, 2015: He delivers a paper about the Muses of Philiskos in the 6th conference on art history held in Moscow, Lemonosov University.
29 October, 2015: he delivers a paper about the BraccioNuovo type of Tyche / Fortuna in the conference on the goddess Fortuna held in Fano and promoted by the Centre of Vitruvian Studies.
21 November, 2015: he delivers a lecture about the sculptures of the tumulus Kasta at Amphipolis in the cultural centre of Kolonos in Attica.\
14 January 2016: he delivers a seminar about the birth and development of the idealized concept of Arcadia in classical Greece in the department of Classics at Cambridge.
16-26 February 2016: he delivers 10 lectures about issues of ancient art in the Lomonosov University at Moscow.
4 March 2016: he delivers a paper about sculptures of the tumulus Kasta’ near Amphipolis in the Conference about Macedonia and Thrace held in the Aristotelean University of Thessaloniki.
April 2016: he enters the scientific committees of the periodicals ‘Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology’, ‘Bulletin of Moscow University. History’ and ‘History Studies’.
5 June 2016: he delivers a lecture about the painter Aetion in the conference about Alexander the Great held at Thessaloniki. He gets an award from the Foundation Alexander of Philip.
June 2016: his research contract with the Centre of Vitruvian Studies is renewed.
July 2016: he is awarded a grant of the Lord Marks Charitable Trust, which is channeled through the Benaki Foundation.

27 September, 2016: he delivers a lecture about the Eubuleus of Praxiteles in the Archaeological Museum of Mantua.
28 September 2016: he delivers a lecture about the tumulus Kasta of Amphipolis in the Second University of Rome.
12 October, 2016: he delivers a paper about Aetion in the conference Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art VII held in the Ermitage of Sankt Petersburg.
4 February 2017: he delivers a conference about the birth and development of the idealized concept of Arcadia in classical Greece in the Reading Hall (Gabinetto di Lettura) of Este, Padua.
24 March, 2017: he delivers a paper about the propylon of the tumulus Kasta at Amphipolis in the context of the conference about northern Greek art held at Moscow in the Lomonosov University.
30 March 2017: he delivers a lecture about architectural drawings in the Greek and Roman world in the Polytechnic University of Athens.

3-6 April, 2017: he gives four lectures about Praxiteles (two lectures), the Arcadian dream and the ancient art criticism in the Italian Archaeological School at Athens.
13 April: he delivers two lectures about the creation of the sad type of Eros and the tumulus Kasta of Amphipolis at Este (Padua), in the hall of the Monastery of Santa Maria degliZoccoli.
May, 2017: he gets a fellowship from the Free University of Berlin in order to pursue his studies about the ancient concept of Arcadia in antiquity. He lives and works in Berlin.
June, 2017: he gets a grant of the Onassis Foundation channeled through the Italian Archaeological School at Athens in order to study the idealized concept of Arcadia in antiquity.
26 June: his paper about a new book on Praxiteles is delivered at the Tromsky conference held at Sankt Petersburg by the Russian Academy of Sciences
15 September, 2017: he delivers a lecture about architectural drawings in the Greek and Roman World to the archaeological mission of ancient Tenea in the courtyard of the antiquarium of Tenea at Hiliomodi.
21-30 September, 2017: he delivers 12 lectures about problems of ancient art in the Lomonosov University at Moscow.

9 October, 2017. He is awarded a grant from the Lord Marks Charitable Trust via the Italian School of Archaeology at Athens.
27 October, 2017. He delivers two lectures, about love as suffering in classical Greece and about the monumental policy of the satraps of Daskylion, in the Department of Musicology and Cultural Goods of the University of Pavia, Branch of Cremona.
22 November, 2017. He delivers a paper about Aetion in the context of the 8th conference about ancient Macedon held at Thessaloniki.
1 December, 2017: he delivers a paper about the Paris of Euphranor in the conference in memory of Luigi Polacco held at Syracuse.
26 January, 2018: he delivers a paper about the masters of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus in the conference about Caria and the Dodecannese held in the Danish Institute at Athens.
17 March, 2018: he delivers a lecture about the anticlassicism at Rome and Constantinople in the Reading Hall (Gabinetto di Lettura) at Este, Padua.

4 to 6 April, 2018: he delivers 4 lectures, each of two hours, to the students of the Italian School of Archaeology at Athens concerning Myron, ancient architectural drawings, art criticism at Rome and at Constantinople.
19 April, 2018: he is awarded a grant of the Norvegian Institute at Athens
10 August, 2018: he wins a fellowship from the Kanellopoulos Foundation, channeled through the Messenian Society.

23 August, 2018: he becomes reviewer of articles for the American Journal of Archaeology.
21 September 2018: he delivers a lecture about Praxiteles at Tenea (near Corinth).
4 and 5 October 2018: he delivers two papers (about Tenea and the Apollo Smintheus of Skopas) in the international conference about art history of Moscow.
5 October: he gets a grant from the Lord Marks Charitable Trust channeled through the Society for Messenian Archaeological Studies.

16 October 2018: he delivers a paper about opera nobilia of late classical times set up in the area of the Propontis in the context of the conference about Propontis in ancient times which took place at Biga near Troy.
25 October 2018: he delivers a paper about the school of bronze sculptures at Argos in the period of the severe style in the context of the conference about the Riace bronze statues held in Reggio Calabria.
9 March, 2019: his latest book, on architectural drawings, is presented at Fano by the Center of Vitruvian Studies.

8 April, 2019: he wins a fellowship of the Leventis Foundation.
15 May 2019: he delivers a lecture about the birth and development of the idealized notion of Arcadia in the Norwegian Institute of Athens.
22 June 2019: he delivers a paper about Evenus of Paros in the fifth conference about Paros held on Paros.
26 June 2019: his paper about the masters of the Mausoleum is delivered in the 23rd Tromsky conference held in the Academy of Sciences of Sankt Petersburg.
9 August 2019: he is awarded a grant from the Michael Marks Charitable Trust, channeled through the Society for the Messenian Archaeological Studies.
September to October, 2019: he takes part to the excavation of Tenea.
8 to 14 October, 2019: he delivers 14 lections about the momory of ancient art in the middle age in the Lomonosov University of Moscow.
5 December 2019: he delivers a paper about sculptures of Tenea in the context of the international archaeological conference ‘Troy – Tenea – Rome’ held in Corinth.
25 January, 2020: he is co-author, with Prof. Giorgio Ortolani, of a paper about the Telamon of Terni delivered in the conference held at Terni about this statue.

List of the most important publications of Dr. Antonio Corso.
Books.
1. Monumentipericlei (Periclean Monuments), Venice (1986).
2. Plinio, StoriaNaturale (Storiadell’Arte) (Pliny, Natural History (Art History) Turin (1988).
3, 4 and 5. Prassitele. Fonti epigrafiche e letterarie. Vita e opere (Praxiteles.Epigraphical and literary testimonia.Life and works), 3 vols Rome (1988.
1990 and 1992).
6. Vitruvio, de architectura (Vitruvius, on architecture), 2 vols. Turin (1997).
7. The Art of Praxiteles, Rome (2004).
8. The Art of Praxiteles ii. The Mature Years, Rome (2007).
9. The Art of Praxiteles iii. The Advanced Maturity, Rome (2010)
10. The Art of Praxiteles iv. The late Phase of his Activity, Rome (2013)
11. The art of Praxiteles v. The last years of the sculptor, Rome (2014)
12. Drawings in Greek and Roman Architecture, Oxford (2016)
13. Il disegno nell’architettura antica, Venice (2018)
Articles.
14. I cenacula della villa urbana nel de re rustica di Varrone (the dining-rooms
of the residential quarters of the villa in the “de re rustica” of Varro), “Atti
Istituto Veneto” 139 (1980-1) 301-24.
15. Gliarchitetti del telesterion di Eleusinell’eta’ di Pericle (the architects of the telesterion of Eleusis in the age of Pericles), “AttiIstituto Veneto” 140 (1981-2) 199-215.
16. Mosaici antichi di Padova (ancient mosaics of Padua), “Archeologia Veneta” 5 (1982) 83-119.
17. Territorio e citta’ dell’Italia settentrionale nel de architectura di Vitruvio (territory and city of northern Italy in the “de architectura” of Vitruvius), “Archeologia Veneta” 6 (1983) 49-69.
18. L’Heraion di Paro (the temple of Hera on Paros), “Annuario Scuola Atene” 62 (1984) 97-101.
19. Lipari, le maschere, la commedia greca (Lipari, the masks, the Greek comedy), “Atti Accademia Patavina” 97 (1984-5) 151-7.
20. Iscrizione di uno scultore greco da Venezia (inscription of a Greek sculptor from Venice), “Archeologia Veneta” 8 (1985) pp. 201-7.
21. Silloge delle fonti epigrafiche relative allo scultore Prassitele (Catalogue of the epigraphical testimonia concerning the sculptor Praxiteles), “Atti Istituto veneto” 144 (1985-6) 127-48.
22. Ambiente e monumenti della Cisalpina in Catullo (Environment and monuments of northern Italy in Catullus), “Aquileia Nostra” 57 (1986) 577-92.
23. Prassitele il Vecchio (Praxiteles the Elder), “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 15 (1986) 77-94.
24. Prassitele e la tradizione mironiana (Praxiteles and Myron’s tradition), “Numismatica e antichita’ classiche” 18 (1989) 85-117.
25. La colonna Nani e la bottega degli Ecfanti (Nani’s column and the workshop of the Ecphanti), “Rivista di Archeologia” Suppl. 7 (1990) 227-30.
26. Nicomede I, Dedalsa e le Afroditi nude al bagno (Nicomedes I, Doidalsas and the naked bathing Aphrodites), “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 19 (1990) 135-60.
27. review to G. Calcani, Cavalieri di bronzo, “Gnomon” 63 (1991) 247-50.
28. L’Afrodite Capitolina e l’arte di Cefisodoto il Giovane (the Capitoline Aphrodite and the art of Cephisodotus the Younger), “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 21 (1992) 131-57.
29. review to Der Entwurf des Kuenstler. Bildhauerkanon in der Antike und Neuzeit, “Bollettino d’Arte” 76 (1992) 97-101.
30. La vacca di Mirone (Myron’s Cow), “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 23 (1994) 49-91.
31. review to M. K. and R. L. Thornton, Julio-Claudia Building Programs, “Rivista di Archeologia” 18 (1994) 143-5.
32. Competitions between Myron, Pheidias and Polykleitos, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 24 (1995) 173-88.
33. A short Note about the Aphrodite of Melos, “Xenia antiqua” 4 (1995) 27-32.
34. review to V. Manzelli, La policromia nella statuaria greca arcaica, “JHS” 115 (1995) 237-8.
35. Le descrizioni dei capolavori antichi dell’Antologia Planudea (the descriptions of ancient masterpieces of Planudes’ Anthology), “Rivista di Archeologia”, Suppl. 17 (1996) 81-85.
36. The Hermes of Praxiteles, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 25 (1996) 131-53.
37. Ideas of ancient Greek Art in Christian Thought from Marcus Aurelius until Theodosius, “Rivista di Archeologia” 20 (1996) 54-8.
38. Prassitele (Praxiteles), “Enciclopediadell’ArteAntica”, Suppl. 2, vol. 4 (1996)456-62.
39. The Cnidian Aphrodite, “Sculpture and Sculptors of Caria and the Dodecannese”(edited by G. B. Waywell and I. Jenkins), London (1997) 91-8.
40. Vitruvius and Attic Monuments, “BSA” 92 (1997) 273-300.
41. The Monument of Phryne at Delphi, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 26 (1997) 127-50.
42. Love as Suffering: the Eros of Thespiae by Praxiteles, “BICS” 42 (1997-8) 63-91.
43. O anthropos, to syggramma, he istoriatou (the man, the treatise, its story),
“Vitruvii de architectura” Athens (1997) 13-24.
44. A short Note about a recent Statement on Praxiteles, “Rivista di Archeologia” 22 (1998) 36-7.
45. Prassitele ovvero l’arte dell’ideale (Praxiteles or the art of ideal), “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 27 (1998) 389-446.
46. La casa greca secondo Vitruvio (the Greek House according to Vitruvius), “Archeologia Veneta” 21-2 (1998-9) 37-49.
47. OiarchaioiEllenesglyptesosmagoi (the ancient Greek Sculptors as Magicians), “Archaiologia” 70 (1999) 22-8.
48. Ancient Greek Sculptors as Magicians, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 28 (1999) 13-40
49. He technetouPraxitele (the Art of Praxiteles), “Archaiologia” 73 (1999) 75-82.
50. Small Nuggets about late-classical Sculpture, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 29 (2000)125-61.
51. PraxiteleanDionysi, “Eulimene” 1 (2000) 25-53.
52. Praxiteles and the Parian Marble, PariaLithos (edited by D. Schilardi), Parikia (2000; second edition: 2010) 227-36.
53. A Goddess of Cycladic Marble from Etruria, ibidem, 559-66.
54. The Eros of Phidias, “Periapto” 3 (2001) 9-16.
55. Attitudes to the visual Arts of classical Greece in late Antiquity, ‘’Eulimene’’ 2 (2001) 13-51.
56. Il collezionismo di scultura nell’antichita’ (the collectionism of sculpture in antiquity), “I Giustiniani e l’antico”, Rome (2001) 101-29.
57. Phradmon: the Itinerary of a classical Greek Sculptor from the Style of Polycleitus to the rich Style, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 30 (2001) 53-71.
58. Transformations of the General Conception of Greek Classical Visual Arts in Late Antiquity, N. N. Kazansky (ed.), Indoevropeiskoeyabykoznanieiklassischeskayafilologia 5, Sankt Petersburg (2001) 72-3.
59. Archiviazione dei beni e dei documenti. Mondo greco e romano (archives of goods and documents. Greek-Roman world), A. Giuliano (ed.), “Il mondodell’archeologia” 2 (2002) 781-2.
60. ArchaiaHellenikaHypodemata (Ancient Greek Footwear), “Archaiologiakaitechnes” 82 (2002) 59-67.
61. The Argive Masters at Athens from Pericles to Thrasybulus, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 31 (2002)91-114.
62. Classical, not Classicistic: Thoughts on the Origins of “Classicizing Roman Sculpture”, “Eulimene” 3 (2002) 11-36.
63. A funerary Monument made by Praxiteles, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche” 32 (2003) 65-78.
64. Caryatid, A. Bostrom (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Sculpture, New York (2004) 270-1.
65. Medici Venus, ibidem 1035-6.
66. Praxiteles, ibidem 1355-7.
67. Hermes carrying the Baby Dionysus, ibidem 1357-9.
68. A Group of Tyrant-Slayers made by Praxiteles, M. FanoSanti (ed.), Studi di Archeologia in onore di Gustavo Traversari, Rome (2004) 221-9.
69. The Story of a Quadriga, from Athens to Rome, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche. QuaderniTicinesi” 33 (2004) 137-55.
70. The Position of Portraiture in Early Hellenistic Art Criticism, “Eulimene” 5 (2004) 11-25.
71. Il sostrato storico – politico dell’Afrodite Cnidia (the Historical – Political Background of the Cnidian Aphrodite), “Annuario Scuola Atene” 82 (2004) 343-65.
72. A Statue of Tydeus made by Myron, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche. Quaderni Ticinesi” 34 (2005) 43-57.
73. De Virginum Poculis (On cups of the vergins), “Materiali e Discussioni per l’Analisi dei Testi Classici” 55 (2005) 193-203.
74. The Triad of Zeus Soter, Artemis Soteira and Megalopolis at Megalopolis, E. Ostby (ed.), Ancient Arcadia, Athens (2005) 225-34.
75. He autoktoniastisarchaieseikastikestechnes (suicide in ancient visual arts), “Archaiologia” 98 (2006) 21-6.
76. A proposito di Vitruvio (Concerning Vitruvius), “Rendiconti dei Lincei” 9. 17. 1 (2006) 105-8.
77. Mirone ovvero dell’arte animata (Myron or about an art with soul), “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche. Quaderni Ticinesi” 35 (2006) 475-504.
78. Observations about a new Book on Praxiteles, “Rivista di Archeologia” 30 (2006) 63-75.
79. Concerning the Catalogue of Praxiteles’ Exhibition Held in the Louvre, N. N. Kazansky (ed.), Indoevropeiskoeyabykoznanieiklassikeskayafilologia – 11, Sankt Petersburg (2007) 159-182.
80. AgalmaAphrodites, he legomene Venus Belvedere, antigraphotesKnidiasAphrodites (statue of Aphrodite, the so-called Venus Belvedere, copy of the Cnidian Aphrodite), N. Kaltsas, G. Despines (eds.), Praxiteles, Athens (2007) 104-106.
81. AgalmaAphrodites, he onomazomene Venus Colonna, parallagetoutypoutesKnidiasAphrodites (statue of Aphrodite, the so-called Venus Colonna, variation of the type of the Cnidian Aphrodite), ibidem 106-107.
82. AkephaloagalmaAphrodites, antigraphotesKnidias Aphrodite (headless statue of Aphrodite, copy of the Cnidian Aphrodite), ibidem 108-109.
83. AkephaloagalmatidioAphrodites, antigraphotesKnidiasAphrodites (headless statuette of Aphrodite, copy of the Cnidian Aphrodite), ibidem 110-111.
84. Gynaikeioskormos, tmemaagalmatosAphrodites, typou Arles (female fragment, part of a statue of Aphrodite, of the Arles type), ibidem 114-116.
85. ProtomeAphrodites (bust of Aphrodite), ibidem 120-121.
86. KephaleAphrodites (head of Aphrodite), ibidem 122-123.
87. Gynaikeioakephaloagalma, antigraphotesAphrodites, typou Arles (female headless statue, copy of the type of Arles Aphrodite), ibidem 124-125.
88. SymplegmaAphroditeskaiErota, he legomene Aphrodite Richelieu (group of Aphrodite and Eros, the so-called Aphrodite Richelieu), ibidem 180-182.
89. SymplegmaAphroditeskaiErota (group of Aphrodite and Eros), ibidem 216-219.
90. The Cult and Political Background of the Knidian Aphrodite, “Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens” 5 (2007) 173-197.
91. review to N. Kaltsas and G. Despinis (eds.), Praxitelis, Athens (2007), “Archaiologiakaitechnes” 105 (2007) 118-120.
92. Concerning Myron, Pythagoras of Rhegium, Praxiteles and the Study of Ancient Masters, “Hesperi’a” 22 (2008) 189-195.
93. The Portraiture of Archilochus, Hyperboreus 13 (2007) 11-30.
94. Ancient Greek Sculptors as Magicians, J. C. B. Petropoulos (ed.), Greek Magic, London (2008) 21-27.
95. The Portraiture of Archilochos, D. Katsonopoulou (ed.), Archilochos and his Age, Athens (2008) 267-288.
96. The Impact of the Peace of Antalcidas on Late Classical Visual Arts, “Numismatica e Antichita’ Classiche. Quaderni Ticinesi 37 (2008) 83-100.
97.review to C. Gallazzi, B. Kramer, S. Settis (eds.), Il Papiro di Artemidoro, Milan (2008), “Archaiologia kai technes”109 (2009) 115-116.
98. The Theory of the Superiority of Contemporary Monuments on Those of Classical Greece from the CarminaPriapea to Photius, N. N. Kazansky (ed.), Indoevropeiskoeyabikoznanyeiklassikeskayafilologia, 13, Sankt Petersburg (2009)97-301.
99. Observations about a new Book on Praxiteles, Athenaeum 97 (2009) 247-262.
100. A few Thoughts on the Tower of the Winds in Athens, KermatiaPhilias. Timetikostomosgia ton IoanneTouratsoglou, Athens (2009) 2.313-319.
101. The Apollo Sauroctonus by Praxiteles, NumAntCl 38 (2009) 51-69.98.
102. Cupidofulmen tenens, N. N. Kazansky (ed.), Indoevropeiskoeyabikoznanye I klassikeskaya filologia14, Sankt Petersburg (2010) 63-75
103. L’anticlassicismo nel gusto e nella critica d’arte da Roma a Costantinopoli’ (Anticlassicism in the Taste and Art Criticism from Rome to Constantinople), NumAntCl 39 (2010) 423-446.
104. The Topography of Ancient Athens in the Mirabilia Urbis Athenarum, Hyperboreus 16-17 (2010-2011) 69-80.
105. Cupidofulmen tenens, NumAntCl 40 (2011) 179-190.
106. Review to F. Macfarlan and C. Morgan (eds.), Exploring Ancient Sculpture, London (2010), ActaArchaeologica 62 (2011) 421-423.
107. Heius di Messana e le statue del suo sacello (Heius from Messana and the statues of hisnaiskos), NumAntCl 41 (2012) 91-96.
108. I disegni che corredavano il de architecturanel contesto delle rappresentazioni antiche di temi architettonici (the drawings of the de architectura in the context of the ancientrepresentations of architectures), P. Clini (ed.), Vitruvio e il disegno di architettura (Vitruvius and the drawing of architecture), Fano (2012) 89-101.
109. The Education of Artists in Ancient Greece, Hyperboreus18 (2012) 21-53.
110. Echoes of famous statues in the vase painting of the late 4th century BC, N. N. Kazansky (ed), Indoeuropean Linguistics and Classical Philology 17, Sankt Petersburg (2013) 451-456.
111. The Education of Artists in Ancient Greece, Hesperi’a 30 (2013) 370-399.
112. New Statue of Nike, Paros Life 152 (2013) 5.
113. Vitruvio ovvero dell’armonia dell’universo tradotta nelle opera umane, NumAntCl 42 (2013) 387-412,
114. Cupidofulmen tenens, D. Katsonopoulou and A. Stewart (eds.), Skopas of Paros and hisWorld, Athens (2013) 433-442.
115. ‘Retrieving the Style of Cephisodotus the Younger’, RdA 37 (2013) 67-80.
116. Retrieving the Aphrodite of Hermogenes of Cythera, N. N. Kazansky (ed.), Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology – XVIII, Sankt Petersburg (2014) 452-462.
117. ‘Vitruvio 5. 9. 1 e l’Odeo cosiddetto di Pericle’, P. Clini (ed.), Vitruvio e l’archeologia, Venice (2014) 115-127.
118. ‘Addendum’ to G. Zampieri, ‘La Musa ritrovata’, NumAntCl 43 (2014) 265-290, 284.
119. ‘Vitruvio 5. 9. 1 e l’Odeo cosiddetto “di Pericle” ‘, ibidem 73-82.
120. ‘Retrieving the Style of Cephisodotus the Younger’, Arctos 48 (2014) 109-136.
121. The theme of bathing Aphrodites in classical Greece, OrbisTerrarum 12 (2014) 57-64
122. ‘Retrieving the Aphrodite of Hermogenes of Cythera’, Hyperboreus 21. 1 (2015) 80-89.
123. ‘Idee, monumenti e proposte nel Vitruvio del Viviani’ (Ideas, monuments and suggestions in the Vitruvius by Viviani), A. R. Burelli and A. Corso (eds.), Il Vitruvio del Viviani, Udine (2015) 77-141.
124. ‘The Birth and the Development of the Idealized Concept of Arcadia in Late Classical Societies’, Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art 5, St. Petersburg (2015) 50-54.
125. The Theme of Bathing Aphrodites in Classical Greece’, NumAntCl 44 (2015) 161-169.
126. The Sculptures of the tumulus Kasta near Amphipolis, Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinar Archaeology 2 (2015) 193-222.
127. Sugli Agoni di Artisti nella Grecia classica, ?Rendiconti dei Lincei, Classe di Scienze Morali 9 (2016), 227, 1-2, 115-127.
128. Review of the conference Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art held in Sankt Petersburg, Rivista di Archeologia 39 (2015) 189-191.
129. ‘Statuette of Muse from the basilica of St. Antony at Padua’, Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art VI, St. Petersburg (2016) 98-100.
130. ‘Observations concerning the Theodosian Silver Dish and a few SasanianComparanda’, NumAntCl 45 (2016) 239-255.
131. Aetion, kallitechnis tis epochistou M. Alexandrou’ (Aetion, artist of the age of Alexander the Great), Thessaloniki (2017) 285-303.
132. Observations concerning a new book about Praxiteles, Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology – XXI, Sankt Peterburg (2017) 404-410.
133. La Fortuna tipo Braccio Nuovo (Fortuna according to the type Braccio Nuovo), O. Mei and P. Clini (eds.), Fanum Fortunae, Fano (2017) 131-147.
134. ‘I eniaia antilepsi tis technis stin archaia Ellada’ (The unified concept of art in ancient Greece), Aristeia 12 November 2017 (periodical on line)
135. ‘I archaia Elliniki techni den einai anonymi’ (Ancient Greek Artis not anonymous), Aristeia11 December 2017 (periodical on line)
136. ‘The front of a temple and swimming girls by the Andokides Painter’, NumAntCl 46 (2017) 31-37.
137. Sculptures from the Propylon of the Kasta Tumulus near Amphipolis. Македония – Рим – Византия: искусство Северной Греции от античности до средних веков. Материалы научной конференции = Macedonian – Roman – Byzantine: The Art of Northern Greece from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Proceedings of the conference. (Series: Труды исторического факултьета МГУ = Works of the Faculty of History, MSU, 109). Ed. by Nalimova N., Kisbali T., Zakharova A. Moscow: KDU; Universitetskaya kniga, 2017. P. 54-66.
138. Η συνεισφορά της πνευματικότητας της αρχαίας Μακεδονίας και Θράκης στην κλασσική και ελληνιστική κουλτούρα (The contribution of the spirituality of ancient Macedon and Thrace to the classical and Hellenistic Culture), Aristeia 11 January 2018 (periodical on line).
139. ‘Aetion, artist of the age of Alexander’, Actual Problems of Theory and History of Art 7 (2017) 103-109 and 742.
140. ‘Roberto Cremesini e l’antico’ (Roberto Cremesi and antiquity), G. Zampieri (ed.), Roberto Cremesini, Rome (2018) 87-94.
141. Prefazione (Introduction) to L. Mancinotti, Gli Ermafroditi dormienti, Rome (2018) 9-10.
142. Echoes of famous statues in the vase painting of the late 4th century BC, S. Drougou (ed.), 9th Scientific Meeting on Hellenistic Pottery, Athens (2018) 693-697.
143. ‘The Gymnasia’, M. Lagogianni-Georgakarakos and E. Papi (eds.), Hadrianus, Athens (2018) 146-150.
144. ‘To thravsma tou agalmatos tou Apollonos apo ton glypti Skopa’ (The fragment of the statue of Apollo by the sculptor Skopas), Aristeia 31 March 2018 (periodical on line).
145.’ Opera nobilia at Parion’, Indoeuropean Linguistics and Classical Philology 22 (2018) 634-647.
146. ‘Observations concerning a new book about Praxiteles’, Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 69 (2018) 207-210.
147. ‘Running Notes on a patera ascribed to Galeazzo Mondella from Verona, called Moderno, with scenes inspired by the Trajan Column’, Studi Veronesi 3 (2018) 127-146.
148. ‘La statua in bronzo di Paride opera di Eufranore’, Rendiconti Lincei 9. 29 (2018) 153-162.
149. Απαντηση στους 4 αρχαιολογους που εγραψαν στα «Νεα» για τον Τυμβο Καστα’ (reply to the four archaeologists who wrote in ‘Nea’ about tumulus Kasta’, Αριστεια 16 August 2018 (periodical on line).
150. Απάντηση στην συγγραφέα άρθρου για τον Τύμβο Καστά στην Αμφίπολη (a reply to a writer of an article concerning the tumulus Kasta at Amphipolis), Αριστεια 23 September 2018 (periodical on line).
151. Οι Αργοναυτες και ο Μεγας Αλεξανδρος. Σκεψεις σχετικα με την ζωφορο του Τυμβου Καστα (The Argonauts and Alexander the Great: Thoughts concerning the frieze of Tumulus Kasta), Αριστεια 20 November 2018 (periodical on line).
152. Una nuova proposta interpretativa del tipo statuario della Penelope (= a new interpretation of the statuary type of Penelope), NumAntCl 47 (2018) 65-83.
153. Opera nobilia at Parion, JIIA 3 (2019) 75-80.
154. Moderno’s Primary sources, JIIA 3 (2019) 81-94.
155. Una nuova proposta interpretativa del tipo statuario della Penelope, JIIA 3 (2019) 95-108.
156. The Masters of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, JIIA 3 (2019) 109-121.
157. review of M. Traugott Huber, Pharaoh Alexander the Great. His Tomb, his Sarcophagus, and his Mummy, Nordestedt (2019), Aristeia 28.4.2019 (periodical on line).
158. ‘On the Nike of Samothrace’, Aristeia 1.5.2019 (periodical on line)
159. Review of La Rocca, ‘La Nike di Samotracia’, Archaiologia kai technes on line, 4 June 2019.
160. ‘Perche’ Giuliano e’ stato un grande’, Studi Classici e Orientali 65, 1 (2019) 1-6.
161. ‘The Masters of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus’, Indoeuropean Linguistics and Classical Philology 23 (2019) 557-579.
162. ‘A Greek scholar claims that Macedonian art is not Greek art’, Aristeia 4. 11. 2019 (periodical on line).
163. ‘The Masters of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus’, NumAntCl 48 (2019) 45-62.
164. Review of O. Palagia (ed.), Handbuch of Greek Sculpture, Archaiologia kai Technes (on line), poste 2 December 2019.

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