Carlo G. Cereti is full professor of Philology, Religions and History of Iran at the Sapienza-University, Rome. He was cultural advisor at the Italian embassy in Teheran for 8 years (2009-2017). His passion for the culture and the contemporary history of this country has grown. Nonetheless, his main research interests are focused on middle-Iranian languages, especially on middle-Persian in its different expressions (Zoroastrian and Manichean literature, epigraphy, papyri and scrolls, glyptics, and numismatics) as well as the study of the history of the Iranian world in Late Antiquity and early Middle Ages and Zoroastrianism and more generally Iranian religions. A passionate traveler, he has covered for years the caravan routes of the Middle East and the Central Asia with his car.
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