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Giorgio Pasquali (29 April 1885, Rome – 9 July 1952, Belluno) was an Italian classical scholar who made a fundamental contribution to the field of textual criticism. He studied classical philology at La Sapienza University of Rome, graduating in 1907 with a dissertation entitled La commedia mitologica e i suoi precedenti nella letteratura greca (Mythological comedy and its precedents in Greek literature). In 1908 and 1909 he continued his studies in Basel and Göttingen. He went on to teach in Rome, Messina, Göttingen and Florence, where he became full professor of Greek literature in 1924, before occupying the chair of Greek and that of Latin literature. In 1925 he signed the Manifesto of the Anti-Fascist Intellectuals. From 1931 onwards he also taught at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pi

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  • Giorgio Pasquali (29 April 1885, Rome – 9 July 1952, Belluno) was an Italian classical scholar who made a fundamental contribution to the field of textual criticism. He studied classical philology at La Sapienza University of Rome, graduating in 1907 with a dissertation entitled La commedia mitologica e i suoi precedenti nella letteratura greca (Mythological comedy and its precedents in Greek literature). In 1908 and 1909 he continued his studies in Basel and Göttingen. He went on to teach in Rome, Messina, Göttingen and Florence, where he became full professor of Greek literature in 1924, before occupying the chair of Greek and that of Latin literature. In 1925 he signed the Manifesto of the Anti-Fascist Intellectuals. From 1931 onwards he also taught at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pi
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  • Giorgio Pasquali (29 April 1885, Rome – 9 July 1952, Belluno) was an Italian classical scholar who made a fundamental contribution to the field of textual criticism. He studied classical philology at La Sapienza University of Rome, graduating in 1907 with a dissertation entitled La commedia mitologica e i suoi precedenti nella letteratura greca (Mythological comedy and its precedents in Greek literature). In 1908 and 1909 he continued his studies in Basel and Göttingen. He went on to teach in Rome, Messina, Göttingen and Florence, where he became full professor of Greek literature in 1924, before occupying the chair of Greek and that of Latin literature. In 1925 he signed the Manifesto of the Anti-Fascist Intellectuals. From 1931 onwards he also taught at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. He received various honours, including an honorary degree from the University of Göttingen (1937) and being elected to the Royal Academy of Italy (1942).
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