Federico De Matteis

Born in 1975. Degree summa cum laude in Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Rome "La Sapienza", 2000. Master of Science in Architecture with honors, University of Pennsylvania, 2003. Doctoral degree (PhD) in Energetic and environmental technologies for development, CIRPS, University of Rome "La Sapienza", 2004. Since 2006, Researcher in Architectural Design, Faculty of Architecture, "Sapienza" University of Rome, Department of Architecture and...



Gabriel Jones

Gabriel's current research focuses on how  snake cults of the eastern Mediterranean have informed and influenced religious narratives and visual representation of snakes as loci of power in Near Eastern, South Asian and North African ritual. Although working primarily with Christian response to popular snake cults of late antiquity and early modern period, Gabriel also writes on the Bronze age ritual traditions which inspire the latter. His thesis, under the supervision of Dr. Emma...



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