Mario Iozzo, since 1987 Archaeologist in the Superintendency of Tuscany, is currently the Director of the National Archaeological Museum of Florence and of the Villa Corsini at Castello (Florence). He earned his degree from the University of Florence, his M.A. from the University of Pisa, his Specialisaztion degree in Athens, from the Italian Archaeological School, and his Ph.D. from the Universities of Tuscany. As a specialist in Greek vase-painting, he is the author of many articles and books, among which Ceramica «calcidese». Nuovi documenti e problemi riproposti (Rome 1994), two volumes on La Collezione Astarita nel Museo Gregoriano Etrusco (Vatican City 2002 and 2012) and part of the third volume on Attic red-figure vases of the same collection (2016), The François Vase. Rex Vasorum (Florence 2017), and La céramique grecque figurée en Italie méridionale et en Sicile (Paris 2009), with Martine Denoyelle, a book awarded the Delepierre Prize (2010).
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