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Emilio Marin

Emilio Marin, Croatian archaeologist. Recipient prize, Town of Split, 1996, Ordre for Culture of Croatia, 1996, Ordre Officier des Arts et Lettres of France, 2000, Commendatore dell' Ordine della Stella della Solidarieta Italiana, 2004; grantee, Government of France, 1980-1981, 1986, 1992, British Council, 1983, 1985, Government of Bulgaria, 1987, German Academic Exchange Service, Government of Germany, 1996-1997.

Background

  • Marin, Emilio was born on February 6, 1951 in Split, Croatia. Son of Ante and Nevis (Orlandini) Marin.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts, University Zagreb, Croatia, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy, University Zagreb, 1990.

    Career

    • Assistant keeper Archaeol. Museum, Split, 1973-1979, senior keeper, 1980-1985, principal keeper, 1986-1987, director, 1988—2004. Croatian ambassador Holy See, Rome, since 2004.

      External researcher Center A. Merlin National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, since 1980. Assistant professor Institute Art and Archaeology University Sorbonne, Paris, 1981—1983. Co-director researching early Christian artifacts Croatian-French Archaeol.

      Project, Split, Paris, Rome, since 1983. Co-director Croatian-Italian-Spanish Epigraph Project, Split, Macerata, Barcelona, since 1997. Visiting fellows All Souls College, Oxford, England, 1985.

      Visiting professor University Sorbonne, 1990—1991, 2002—2003. Professor University Split, since 1997. Secretary general committee for 13th international congress Early Christian Archaeology, 1988—1994.

      Visiting member Foundation Hardt, Geneve, 1996.

    Works

    • Author: Muzej Imaginacije, 1982, Starokrscanska Salona, 1988, Pro Salona, 1984, Ave Narona, 1997, Salona Narona=Razgovori, Sarajevo-Sinj, 1998, Archaeological Researches in Narone and Naretia Valley, 2003. Editor: Don Frane Bulic, 1984, Disputationes Salonitanae III, 1986, Disputationes Salonitanae IV, 1993, Po Rusevinama Stare Salone, 1986, Acta Primi Congressus Internationalis Archaeologiae Christianae, 1993, Acta XIII Congressus Internationalis Archaeologiae Christianae Split-Porec, 1994, Cittá del Vaticano-Split, 1998, Salona I, 1994, Salona II, 1995, Salona III, 2000, Salona Christiana, 1994, Salona Christiana Vista Dall'Urbe, 1995, Corpus Inscriptionum Naronitanorum-Eresova Kula-Vid, Macerata-Split, 1999, Narona I.-Sv. Vid, Split, 1999, Narona, Zagreb-Opuzen, 1999, Hello Narona, Metkovic, 1999, Longae Salonae I-II, Split, 2002, Narona III-Eresove Bare, Split, 2002, Augusteum Narone, Split, 2004, The Rise and Fall of an Imperial Shrine-Roman Sculpture from the Augusteum at Narona, Split, 2004.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Board directors Retrats Antics a Iugoslavia, 1989, Retratos Antiguos en Yugoslavia, 1989, Doba Francuske Uprave u Dalmaciji, 1989, Starohrvatski Solin, 1992, Latina et Graeca, 1973—1974, Vjesnik za Arheologiju i Historiju Dalmatinsku, 1988—2005, Arheoloski Muzej-Split AD, 2000, Memorial, Split, 2000. Fellow: Ancient Monuments Society London. Member: Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, International di Archeologia Cristiana (comitato promotore dei congressi), Real Academia Buenas Letras Barcelona, Society National Antiquaires France, Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia, Association International d'Epigraphie Grecque et Latine, Croatian Society for Classical Philology, Association L'Antiquite Tardive France, French Society Classical Archaeology.

    Connections

    • Married Hajdi Vidic, June 9, 1984.
    • father: Ante Marin
    • mother: Nevis (Orlandini) Marin
    • spouse: Hajdi Vidic
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    Born February 6, 1951
    (age 66)
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    • 1977
      University Zagreb
    • 1990
      University Zagreb
    • 1973 - 1979
      Assistant, keeper Archaeol. Museum
      Split, Splitsko-Dalmatinska, Croatia
    • 1986 - 1987
      Assistant, keeper Archaeol. Museum
    • 2004
      Croatian ambassador, Holy See
      Rome, New York, United States