Maura Andreoni (Genova, Italy 1962), translator and interpreter in Russian, German, French and English. She received a second First Master’s degree in Ancient History at the University of Bologna, in 2009. Her historical researches mainly focus on the relationship between humans and nature in the ancient word, with particular attention to birds and their significance in Antiquity. To her credit in this sector is the participation in various excavation campaigns, conferences and study days and the regular collaboration with different Italian and foreign magazines, both discursive and scientific.
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