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Neri, Valerio

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Valerio Neri graduated from the University of Bologna in 1971. At first assistant professor of Greek and Roman Antiquities, and from 1983 on associate professor of History of Ancient Economics, he became full professor of Roman History at the University of Bologna in 2000. Eventually, he taught Roman History at the University’s School of Letters and Cultural Heritage from 2014 to 2017. In the biennium 2017–2019, he hold the honorific title of professore Alma Mater. Among his main fields of interest are: the pagan and Christian historiography of Late Antiquity; Roman laws and late ancient society; Cassiodorus and the ostrogothic kingdom. He has also conducted research on the body and its social and cultural values as well as on the lower classes in late ancient society.

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