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Niccolò Mugnai

BA, MA, PhD, AFHEA

Biography



Niccolò Mugnai, BA, MA, PhD, AFHEA, is a classical archaeologist who specialises in the architecture, art, urbanism, and material culture of the Greco-Roman world, with a particular focus on North Africa. He currently holds a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship at the University of Oxford, having studied and worked at Italian and British institutions (University of Siena; University of Leicester; British School at Rome; British Institute for Libyan and Northern African Studies). He has led guided visits and has been involved in archaeological fieldwork at numerous sites in Italy, Greece, Morocco, Tunisia and Libya; he is presently co-directing an excavation project at the Etruscan-Roman town of Populonia on the coast of Tuscany, Italy. He has published extensively on the archaeology and architecture of ancient North Africa among other subjects. His recent works include De Africa Romaque: Merging Cultures across North Africa (Society for Libyan Studies, 2016, with J. Nikolaus and N. Ray), Architectural Decoration and Urban History in Mauretania Tingitana (Quasar Editions, 2018), and Architectures of the Roman World: Models, Agency, Reception (Oxbow Books, 2023).

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