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Italian Egyptologists



Alessandra Melucco Vaccaro

Amedeo Maiuri

Andrea Carandini

Andrea Claudio Galluzzo

Andrea De Jorio

Anna Maria Bietti Sestieri

Anselmo Banduri

Antonio Maria Colini

Antonio Nibby

Antonio Santarelli (archaeologist)

Ariodante Fabretti

Arturo Issel

Bargil Pixner

Biagio Pace

Camillo Tarquini

Carlo Anti

Carlo Fea

Casto Innocenzio Ansaldi

Celestino Cavedoni

Ciriaco de' Pizzicolli

Clementina Panella

Corrado Melfi

Edward Chiera

Emanuele Papi

Emmanuel Anati

Ennio Quirino Visconti

Enrico Alberto d'Albertis

Enrico Stefani

Ernesto Schiaparelli

Ettore Gabrici

Fabio Maniscalco

Fausto Zevi

Federico Halbherr

Ferdinando Castagnoli

Filippo Coarelli

Francesco Scipione, marchese di Maffei

Giacomo Boni (archaeologist)

Gian Pietro Brogiolo

Gian Rinaldo Carli

Gino Vinicio Gentili

Giovanni Angelo Canini

Giovanni Battista Belzoni

Giovanni Battista Caviglia

Giovanni Battista Visconti

Giovanni Battista de Rossi

Giovanni Becatti

Giovanni Ciampini

Giovanni Colonna (archaeologist)

Giovanni Gozzadini

Giovanni Lilliu

Giovanni Spano

Girolamo Maggi

Giulio Giglioli

Giulio Lorenzo Selvaggio

Giuseppe Fede

Giuseppe Ferlini

Giuseppe Fiorelli

Giuseppe Lugli

Giuseppe Marchi

Giuseppe Ricciotti

Giuseppe Tucci

Gualberto Piangatelli

Guido Calza

Guido Sutermeister

Isidoro Falchi

Italo Gismondi

Jole Bovio Marconi

Joseph Whitaker (ornithologist)

Karl Jakob Weber

Larissa Bonfante

Leopoldo Cicognara

Lidiano Bacchielli

Lorenzo Nigro

Louis Godart

Lucos Cozza

Luigi Bernabò Brea

Luigi Canina

Luigi Gaetano Marini

Luigi Lanzi

Luigi Maria Ugolini

Luigi Palma di Cesnola

Luigi Pernier

Luigi Pigorini

Margherita Guarducci

Mariano Armellini

Mario Torelli

Massimo Pallottino

Matteo Sansone (archaeologist)

Mauro Cristofani

Michele Arditi

Michele Mercati

Michele Stefano de Rossi

Nicola Terrenato

Ofelia Giudicissi Curci

Orazio Marucchi

Paolo Matthiae

Paolo Orsi

Pietro Luigi Galletti

Pietro Romanelli

Pietro la Vega

Raimondo Guarini

Ranuccio Bianchi Bandinelli

Riccardo Francovich

Rodolfo Lanciani

Sabatino Moscati

Sauro Gelichi

Umberto Zanotti Bianco

Valerio Massimo Manfredi

Vincenzo Seratrice the Elder

Virgilio Canio Corbo

Vitaliano Donati

Walter Maioli


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