Anna Maria Reggiani

Archaeologist - Former Director General of Antiquities with MiBAC and former Regional Director of cultural heritage and landscapes in the Abruzzo Region

Former Director General of Antiquities with MiBAC and former Regional Director of cultural heritage and landscapes in the Abruzzo Region.

Born in Modena ( Cavezzo), but Roman by adoption and training, a degree in archeology at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, continued his studies in archaeology in Greece at the Italian School of Archeology in Athens.

She began his career with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities ( now MiBACT) in 1976 as an Inspector archaeologist in the Region of Latium and   later in Rome .She became Superintendent of archaeological heritage in Latium Region in 1993;from 2004 to 2007, she   took over the position of Director General of Antiquities with MiBAC and from 2007 to 2010 she was appointed Regional Director of cultural heritage and landscapes in the Abruzzo Region. In this capacity, she coordinated the work of various local branches of the Ministry ( monuments, sites, museums, national archives, and libraries) organizing the work programs and conservation   during the earthquake of 6 April 2009. For his rescue activities she was awarded in the Premio Rotondi in September of 2010. This international award is specifically given to those who, through their actions, have saved important artistic works.

Following his career at MiBACT she has been lecturer and registered journalist, collaborating on several scientific publications and journals .She has written over 200 articles, dissertations and essays on topics ranging from   Roman archaeology to the numerous   themes addressed during her long career. She also   directed the Bulletin of Archaeology of the MiBACT from 2004 to 2007 and she published   articles on the internet.

He has the title of Commander of the Italian Republic and the Kingdom of Spain.

She joined in   scientific committees of art exhibition and   events in Italy and abroad, and she also took part in   negotiations for the return of archaeological objects illegally exported abroad.

She also trained and educated and enhanced the knowledge and skills of officers of the MiBACT, teaching cultural resource management,   in training and updating courses. As an eminent researcher she has been invited as visiting professor by the University G. D’Annunzio of Chieti – Pescara for teaching “Legislation of Cultural Heritage”.

Languages: English, Spanish and French.

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