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Matteo Martelli

Full Professor

Department of Philosophy and Communication Studies

Academic discipline: M-STO/05 History of Science and Technology

Publications

Coordination of a Research Project: Alchemy in the Making: From ancient Babylonia via Graeco-Roman Egypt into the Byzantine, Syriac and Arabic traditions (1500 BCE – 1000 AD) Acronym: AlchemEast.

Ruolo editoriale nella rivista «Ambix»

Ruolo editoriale nella rivista «Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (ARIHS)»

Marchini, Marianna; Montanari, Giacomo; Casali, Lucia; Martelli, Matteo; Raggetti, Lucia; Baláž, Matej; Baláž, Peter; Maini, Lucia, “What makes every work perfect is cooking and grinding”: the ancient roots of mechanochemistry, «RSC Mechanochemistry», 2024, 1, pp. 1 - 7 [Scientific article]

Matteo Martelli; Maria Michela Sassi (a cura di): Chiara Ballestrazzi; Hariclia Brecoulaki; Vinzenz Brinkmann; Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann; Effie Photos-Jones; Agnès Rouveret; Maria Michela Sassi; Giovanni Verri, Ancient science and technology of colour. Pigments, dyes, drugs and their experience in Antiquity. Part 2., Roma, Serra Editore, 2023, pp. 126 . [Editorship]

Martelli Matteo, Dall’arabo al greco bizantino attraverso il latino: il De plantis dello Pseudo-Aristotele tra botanica e medicina, in: De Bagdad à Constantinople. Le transfert des savoirs médicaux (XIe-XVe siècle), Leuven, Peeters, 2023, pp. 277 - 300 [Chapter or essay]

Martelli, Matteo, Late Byzantine Alchemical Recipe Books. Metallurgy, Pharmacology, and Cuisine, in: Drugs in the Medieval Mediterranean. Transmission and Circulation of Pharmacological Knowledge, Cambridge, Camdrige University Press, 2023, pp. 338 - 365 [Chapter or essay]

Martelli, Matteo, Medicine in early Graeco-Egyptian alchemical texts (1st-3rd century AD), «TECHNAI», 2023, 14, pp. 9 - 27 [Scientific article]Open Access

Carlotta, Vincenzo; Martelli, Matteo, Metals as Living Bodies. Founts of Mercury, Amalgams, and Chrysocolla, «AMBIX», 2023, 70, pp. 7 - 30 [Scientific article]Open Access

Matteo Martelli; Arash Zeini; Paola Buzi; Alessandro Bausi; Peter Adamson, Multiple translation activities, in: Routledge Handbook on the Sciences in Islamicate Societies Practices from the 2nd/8th to the 13th/19th Centuries, London, Routledge, 2023, pp. 25 - 38 [Chapter or essay]

Matteo Martelli, A Plurality of Voices: Fragmented Narratives on Syriac Translations, in: Narratives on Translation across Eurasia and Africa From Babylonia to Colonial India, Turnhout, Brebols, 2022, pp. 67 - 82 [Chapter or essay]

Matteo Martelli; Maria Michela Sassi (a cura di): Vinzenz Brinkmann; Eduardo A. Escobar; David E. Friesem; Gil Gambash; Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann; Matteo Martelli; Beatrice Pestarino; Shiyanthi Thavapalan; Cristina Viano, Ancient science and technology of colour. Pigments, dyes, drugs and their experience in Antiquity. Part. 1, Roma, Serra Editore, 2022, pp. 143 . [Editorship]

Aufrère, Sydney H.; Johnson, Cale; Martelli, Matteo; Beretta, Marco, Art and Representation: The Iconographic Imprinting of Ancient Chemical Arts, in: A Cultural History of Chemistry in Antiquity, London, Bloomsbury, 2022, pp. 211 - 235 [Chapter or essay]

Noemi Borrelli; Matteo Martelli (a cura di): Miriam Blanco Cesteros, Noemi Borrelli, Vincenzo Carlotta, Olivier Dufault, Eduardo A. Escobar, Marina Escolano-Poveda, Matteo Martelli, Gerasimos Merianos, Daniele Morrone, Chemical Arts and Religion in Antiquity, Madrid, Dikinson, 2022, pp. 371 . [Editorship]

Borrelli N.; Martelli M., CHEMICAL ARTS AND RELIGION IN ANTIQUITY. AN INTRODUCTION, «ARYS. ANTIGÜEDAD, RELIGIONES Y SOCIEDADES», 2022, 20, pp. 15 - 25 [Scientific article]Open Access

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