Oxford Roman Economy Project University of Oxford

Dr Annalisa Marzano


(Research Assistant, 2005–2008)

Annalisa Marzano completed a laurea cum laude in Classics and Roman History at the University of Florence and an M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Classical Studies at Columbia University (New York), under the supervision of W. V. Harris. Between 2005 and 2008 she was Research Assistant for OxREP and W. Golding Research Fellow at Brasenose College. Her research interests rest in the spheres of Roman social and economic history and Roman archaeology. Recent and research projects have focused on the economic and social history of villas in central Italy (Roman Villas in Central Italy. A Social and Economic History. Leiden 2007), the political implications of public banquets, coinage and propaganda, and the economic importance of fish breeding and fish salting in Roman Italy.

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