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Max Victor David

Associate Professor

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-ANT/08 Christian and Medieval Archaeology

Curriculum vitae

Max Victor (called Massimiliano) David, was born in Wilmington (U.S.A.) on March 12th 1959. He has achieved the Degree in Classical Letters in the university of Milan in 1985/86 with a thesis in archaeology and history of the Greek and Roman art. He achieved a post-graduate position in Archaeology and History of the Ancient Art in the University of Milan in 1989/90. In 1993/94 he has been scholarship holder in Fondation Hardt at Geneva. From 1997 to 1999 he has been official responsible of the Library of the Institute of Ancient History of the University of Milan. From 1999 to 2000 he has been advisor archaeologist of the Civic Museums of Monza and he has been responsible of the scientific project for the "Museum of the City and Territory". Since October 1th 2000 he has reached role as researcher of the University of Bologna. Currently, as member of the Department of Archaeology, he teaches "Archaeology of the Late Antiquity" and "Archaeology of the Late-Antique in the Mediterranean basin". He has participated and coordinated many excavations in Italy and abroad. He is author of more than three hundred fifty publications of archaeological. In 2014, 2015 and 2018 he was qualified in ASN for the role of associate professor (sect. 10/A1) and since 2015 he is official member of the School Faculty in Christian and Medieval archaeology of the University of Rome La Sapienza. From 2018 he is professor in charge of Christian Archeology (advanced course) at the Faculty of Letters of the Sapienza University of Rome. 

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