Philologist, historian (Dpt. Ancient Studies)
Antonio Mansi received a Master’s Degree summa cum laude in Ancient Studies in 2010 from the University of Perugia, with a thesis in Latin Literature (“Epicurus My Master di Max Radin: analisi di un romanzo storico”) under the tutorship of professor C. Santini. During his studies, he participated in the archaeological dig at San Pietro di Cantoni, Sepino (CB), directed by professor M. Matteini Chiari. He was awarded an Erasmus scholarship allowing him to study at the Freie Universitaet in Berlin. After graduating, he received a Post Master Degree in Latin Teaching Methods from the University of Roma Tor Vergata. Since 2012, he has been employed as a part-time Italian language instructor at the Italian International Institute Lorenzo de’ Medici in Florence. He also freelances as an English-Italian translator and interpreter.
His academic accomplishments are complemented by a diploma in Digital Animation from the Nemo Academy of Digital Arts in Florence, which he received in 2015 upon completion of a three year program.
His academic interests include comparative and historical linguistics.