Prof. Anthony Bonanno

Prof. Anthony Bonanno

Prof. Anthony Bonanno

 B.A.(Hons)(Melit.),D.Lett.(Palermo),Ph.D.(Lond.),F.S.A.

Professor

Room 203
Archaeology Farmhouse
University of Malta
Msida
  +356 2340 2044
Anthony Bonanno, B.A.(Hons) (Melit), D. Lett. (Palermo), Ph.D. (London), F.S.A. is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Malta. He has lectured at the University of Malta in Archaeology and Classics since 1971. He has also conducted lecturing visits to various universities in Europe, the United States, Zimbabwe and Egypt. Besides being a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, he has been appointed “corresponding member” of the Institutum Archaeologicum Germanicum and of the Archaeological Institute of America.
He has served on various national boards and committees, including the Planning Authority (1992-1998), Heritage Malta (2004-2011) and the Scientific Committee for the Conservation of the Megalithic Temples (2004 to date).
He has authored various publications on Roman art and Maltese Archaeology, such as, Portraits and Other Heads on Roman Historical Relief up to the Age of Septimius Severus (Oxford, 1976), Roman Malta/Malta Romana (Malta, 1992), Il-Preistorja (Malta, 2001), and Malta, Phoenician, Punic and Roman (Malta, 2005). Co-authored and co-edited Mortuary Customs in Prehistoric Malta: excavations at the Brochtorff Circle at Xaghra (1987-94) (Cambridge, 2009).25. Co-authored and co-edited Tas-Silġ, Marsaxlokk (Malta) I-II: Archaeological Excavations conducted by the University of Malta, 1996-2005 (Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Supplement 48-49),Jointly with Nicholas C. Vella.
  • Maltese Prehistory
  • Central Mediterranean Prehistory
  • Malta in the Classical Age
  • Greek and Roman Art
  • Ancient Art History Texts
__Publications
  • ARC1001 - Introduction to Archaeology
  • ARC1003 - Classical Art and Archaeology
  • ARC3004 - Maltese Prehistory
  • ARC3005 - Roman Malta
  • ARC3021 - Synoptic Study-Unit 1: Archaeology
  • ARC3022 - Synoptic Study-Unit 2: Archaeology
  • ATS5501 - Thinking 'the Mediterranean'
  • CLA3005 - Synoptic Study-Unit 1: Satire - Petronius and Aristophanes
  • CLA3016 - Synoptic Study-Unit 3: Historiography - Herodotus and Livy
  • LAS1001 - Prehistory to Byzantine Times: Malta's Archaeology
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