Carlogiovanni Cereti

Ordinario
L-OR/14 ( Filologia, religioni e storia dell'Iran )
Scienze dell'Antichità
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Work Experience
 
2001-present. Full Professor in Iranian Philology, Religions and History at the Department of Classics, Faculty of Humanities, Sapienza - University of Rome
2021/22 – present President of the CdLM Cultural Heritage in the Near and Middle East, and Africa (LM-02 - Archeologia)
2018 – present Coordinator of the Class in Humanities at the Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati – Sapienza
2018 – present Director of the Winter School in Cultural Heritage of the Near and Middle East
2017 – present Rector’s delegate for International cooperation
2017 – present Senior Fellow at the Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati – Sapienza
2009- 2017 Cultural Counsellor Embassy of Italy, Tehran
2000. University researcher at the Faculty of Humanities of Sapienza- Università di Roma.
2001/2 – 2007/8 Presidente CdL 00595 Storia e civilta dell'Oriente e del Mediterraneo (Classe 38- Scienze storiche)
1997-1999 Researcher at the Kommission für Iranistik of the Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna and Lektor of ”Mitteliranische Sprachen” at the Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Vienna University.
1995-1999 Contract professor at the Faculty of Humanities of Sapienza- Università di Roma.
 
 
 
 
Education
 
1993-1994 Post-doctoral fellowship (Istituto Universitario Orientale - Naples), visiting scholar at the University of Göttingen.

1988-1992. Doctorate in Iranian Studies (Istituto Universitario Orientale - Naples).
1986-1987 Postgraduate courses at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University.

 
1979-1985 Degree in Lingue e Civiltà Orientali (Istituto Universitario Orientale –Naples), majors Persian and Hindi.
 
Editorial activities, Scientific boards, editorial boards
 
Consulting Editor of the Encyclopædia Iranica, Columbia University, New York;
Book Review Editor, Iranian Studies, Taylor and Francis, (Pre-Islamic Iran);
Member of the Editorial Board, Iran and the Caucasus, Brill, Leiden;
Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Persianate Studies, Brill, Leiden;
Member of the Editorial Board, Scienze dell’Antichità, Sapienza – Università di Roma;
Member of the Editorial board of the Ancient Iran Series, E.J. Brill, Leiden.
Member of the Advisory Board, Vicino Oriente, Sapienza – Università di Roma;
Member of the Advisory Board, Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni, Sapienza – Università di Roma.
 
Conducting evaluations for :
 
2021/22 Coordinator of the National Quality Evaluation (VQR) review for Area 10.
European Community Expert - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and Marie Curie Fellowships.
2012-2014 Member of the Evaluation Committee  ASN – 10\N1 Culture del Vicino Oriente Antico, del Medio Oriente e dell’Africa (calls for 2012 and 2013).
Evaluator – Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca (Anvur, VQR).
Evaluator - Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca (PRIN, MIUR, Italy)
Evaluator - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, Germany)
Evaluator - Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR, France)
Evaluator -  Central Finance and Contracting Agency (CFCA, Latvia)
Selected to be part of the list of Esperti di Valutazione - Profilo Esperti Disciplinari (ANVUR)Coordinator of the national quality evaluation (VQR) for the class of Humanities (Area10 – 2015-19) 2020-ongoing-
Reviewer for several leading academic journals.
 
 
Membership in Scientific Societies
 
Societas Iranologica Europaea
Società Italiana di Glottologia
Associazione ISMEO
Società Italiana di Storia delle Religioni
Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes
Association for Iranian Studies
The Association for the Study of Persianate Societies
Academia Europaea
 
 
Other
 
2018- Member of the Board of Directors UNIMED
2015- Director of the Mediterranean Region branch of the Association for the Study of Persianate Societies
2014 – Associated member of ITABC\CNR
2010 Farabi Prize (UNESCO\ISESCO).
2006-present Director of the Italian Mission to the Kurdish region of Iraq.
06.89.21 – Member of the Academia Europaea
2017, 2019, 2021 Chair of the Ehsan Yarshater Award 
2007-2011 President of Societas Iranologica Europaea.
February 2007 directeur d’études at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), Paris.
2007-2008 Scientific director of the project Building Capacities of Parliamentary Institutions and Promotion of Citizens’ Participation in the Arab countries and Middle East – Pilot Phase (Lebanon – Iraq – Jordan), UNDP/IPALMO,
2004-2011 Member of the Board of Directors of the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente (IsIAO).
2003-2007 Secretary and Treasurer – Societas Iranologica Europaea
2003-2006 Italian Governor at the Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF)
2002 – present "directeur de recherche" and thereafter "membre associé" of the UMRS "Monde iranien", CNRS.
1999-2003 Treasurer – Societas Iranologica Europaea
May 1999 directeur d’études at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), Paris.
 
Carlo G. Cereti also contributes to the following international projects: "Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien (TITUS)", a database collecting documents in various Indo-european languages (University of Frankfurt), Iranisches Personennamenbuch (ÖAW) and Sylloge Nummorum Sasanidorum, (ÖAW / CNRS / IsIAO).
 
Main research interests: Middle Iranian Languages, Zoroastrianism, Iranian Religions, Glyptics, Late antique – early medieval history of Iran and surrounding countries.


 
 
 
 
List of Publications
 
 
Books
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, An 18th Century Account of Parsi History - The Qesse-ye Zartoštiān-e Hendustān, IUO, Napoli 1991.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, The Zand ī Wahman Yasn. A Zoroastrian Apocalypse, Serie Orientale Roma 75, Roma 1995.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti e L. Paul (eds), D. N. MacKenzie, Iranica Diversa, Serie Orientale Roma 84.1-2, Roma, 1999.
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, La letteratura pahlavi. Introduzione ai testi con riferimenti alla storia degli studi e alla tradizione manoscritta, Milano 2001.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, M. Maggi and E. Provasi (eds), Religious themes and texts of pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia. Studies in honour of Professor Gherardo Gnoli on the occasion of his 65th birthday on 6th December 2002, Wiesbaden, 2003,
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, and F. Vajifdar (eds), Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti, Beniamino Melasecchi and Farrokh Vajifdar (eds), Orientalia romana 7: Varia Iranica, Roma 2004.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005.
  9. Carlo G. Cereti Daryoosh Akbarzadeh and Fabrizio Sinisi, Glyptic Antiquities from the Museum of Khoy, Western Azerbaijan, Rome 2009.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti (ed.), Iranian Identity in the Course of History. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Rome, 21-24 September 2005, Rome, Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, 2010.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti and Roberta Giunta (eds),: Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of the Kurdish Region in Iraq. Italian Cooperation Project in Iraqi Kurdistan 2009-2010 , Rome,  IsIAO, 2011.
  12. M. Bais, M.C. Benvenuto and C.G. Cereti (eds), Christianity in Ancient Iran. Papers of the International Conference Ad ulteriores gentes. The Christians in the East (1st to 7th century) held in Rome between 13th and 14th March 2009, Monographic double number of  Name-ye Iran-e Bastan. The International Journal of Ancient Iranian Studies23-24 (2014).
  13. Carlo G. Cereti, Adabiyāt-e Pahlavi, Tehran 2016.
  14. Carlo G. Cereti (ed.), Estremismo e radicalismo: le ragioni del dialogo, Roma 2019.
  15. ​Carlo G. Cereti and ​Francesca Giofrè (eds), Sapienza for International Cooperation: Strategies, Projects, Actions, Roma: Sapienza University Press, 2021.
  16. Carlo G. Cereti, Storia dell’Iran preislamico, Carocci Editore: Roma, forthcoming (2021)
  17. Carlo G. Cereti (ed.) Special Issue of the Journal of Persianate Studies, Forthcoming (2021)

 
 
 
 
 
Articles
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, Osservazioni sul pronome enclitico in mediopersiano ed in alcuni testi neopersiani. Annali dell’Istituto Orientale di Napoli 53 (1993), pp. 375-410.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, Appunti preliminari allo studio del quarto libro del Dēnkard, Atti del Sodalizio Glottologico Milanese 33-34 (1992-93), pp. 232-43.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti, Prolegomena allo studio del quarto libro del Dēnkard, Studi Orientali e Linguistici 5 (1994-95), pp. 107-29.
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Pahlavi Literature as a source for Central Asian Geography, in B. Genito (ed.), The Archeology of the Steppes, Napoli 1994, pp. 447-68.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, Notes on Parsi History, in B. Fragner et alii (eds), Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Iranian Studies held in Bamberg, 30th September to 4th October 1991, by the Societas Iranologica Europaea, Roma 1995, pp. 141-52.
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, Padīriftan ī dēn and the turn of the millennium, East and West 45 (1995), pp. 321-27.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti, Problemi di genere e classificazione nella letteratura pahlavi, Atti del Sodalizio Glottologico Milanese 35-36 (1994-95), pp. 7-18.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti, La figura del redentore futuro nei testi iranici zoroastriani, aspetti dell’evoluzione di un mito, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 55 (1995), pp. 33-81.   
  9. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Manuscripts Belonging to the Bhandarkar Institute Collection, Pune, East and West 46 (1996), pp. 441-51.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti, Again on Wahrām ī Warzāwand, in"La Persia e l’Asia Centrale da Alessandro al X secolo” Atti dei Convegni Lincei 127, Roma 1996, pp. 629-39.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti, On the Date of the Zand ī Wahman Yasn, K. R. Cama Oriental Institute. Second International Congress Proceedings, Bombay 1996, pp. 243-58.
  12. Carlo G. Cereti, Primary Sources for the History of Inner and Outer Iran in the Sasanian Period, Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi 9 (1996), pp. 17-71.
  13. Carlo G. Cereti, Studi preliminari sull’ottavo libro del Dēnkard, Rend. Mor. Acc. Lincei 9.8.1 (1997), pp. 95-117.
  14. Carlo G. Cereti, "Orientalistica", in W. Kaltenbacher (ed.), Research in Europe,  Napoli 1998, pp. 27-31.
  15. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Manuscripts in Italy: Past and Present, in N. Sims-Williams(ed.), Proceedings of the Third European Conference of Iranian Studies Pt. 1 Old and Middle Iranian Studies,  Wiesbaden 1998, pp. 153-61.
  16. Carlo G. Cereti, The Indian Bundahišn (Corrections and Improvements), http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de and on al CD-ROM containing the materials of the project TITUS (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien), Frankfurt 1997/1998.
  17. Carlo G. Cereti, Corpus of Pahlavi Texts (Corrections and Improvements), http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de and on al CD-ROM containing the materials of the project TITUS (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien), Frankfurt 1997/1998.
  18. Carlo G. Cereti,  On the Manuscript Tradition of the Bundahišn, K.R. Cama Oriental Institute Third International Congress Proceedings, Bombay 2000, pp. 95-109.
  19. Carlo G. Cereti, Central Asian and Eastern Iranian Peoples in Zoroastrian Apocalyptic Texts, in Cs. Bálint (ed.), "Kontakte zwischen Iran, Byzanz und der Steppe in 6.-7. Jh., Varia Archaeologica Hungarica IX, Budapest 2000 [2001], pp. 193-207.
  20. Carlo G. Cereti, Die iranischen Sprachen, in W. Seipel(ed.), 7000 Jahre persische Kunst. Meisterwerke aus dem Iranischen Nationalmuseums in Teheran, Wien 2001, pp. 31-37.
  21. Carlo G. Cereti, Le lingue iraniche, in Antica Persia. I tesori del Museo Nazionale di Tehran e la ricerca italiana in Iran, Roma 2001, pp. 150-55.
  22. Carlo G. Cereti, Sconfiggere il demone della menzogna. Guerra giusta, guerra santa nell'Iran pre-islamico, Studi Storici 3/2002, pp. 693-707.
  23. Carlo G. Cereti, On Zoroaster’s Genealogy, Proceedings of the fourth European conference of Iranian studies, ed. Ph. Huyse, Paris 2002, pp. 29-45.
  24. Carlo G. Cereti, Continuity and Innovation in Middle Persian Onomastics, in ed. Siamak Adhami(ed.), Paitimāna. Essays in Iranian, Indo-Europaean and Indian Studies in Honor of Hanns-Peter Schmidt, Costa Mesa, California 2003, pp. 300-20.
  25. Carlo G. Cereti, and David .N. MacKenzie, Except by Battle. Zoroastrian Cosmogony in the Ist chapter of the Greater Bundahišn, in C.G. Cereti, M. Maggi and E. Provasi(eds), Religious themes and texts of pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia. Studies in honour of Professor Gherardo Gnoli on the occasion of his 65th birthday on 6th December 2002, Wiesbaden, 2003, pp. 31-59.
  26. Carlo G. Cereti, Some passages relating to Manushcihr in Zoroastrian sources, in Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003, pp. 83-106.
  27. Carlo G. Cereti, Luca M. Olivieri and f. Joseph Vazhuthanapally, The Problem of the Saint Thomas Crosses and Related Questions. Epigraphical Survey and Preliminary Research, East and West 52 (2002) [2003], pp. 285-310.
  28. Carlo G. Cereti, Le croci di S. Tommaso e la letteratura cristiana in lingue medioiraniche, in M.V. Fontana and B. Genito (eds), Studi in onore di Umberto Scerrato per il suo settantacinquesimo compleanno, vol. I, Napoli 2003 [2004], pp. 193-206.
  29. Carlo G. Cereti, Prejudice vs. Reality. Zoroastrians and Their Rituals as Seen by Two 19th Century Italian Travellers, in M. Stausberg (ed.), Zoroastrian Rituals in Context, Numen Book Series Studies in the History of Religions vol. CII, Leiden/Boston 2004, pp.461-80.
  30. Carlo G. Cereti, Personal names ending in ثin the Šāhnāma, in T. Daryaee and M. Omidsalar (eds), The Spirit of Wisdom [Mēnōg ī Xrad]. Essays in Memory of Ahmad Tafazzoli, Costa Mesa, California, 2004, pp. 43-57.
  31. Carlo G. Cereti, Sul Codice M51 di Monaco, in C.G. Cereti, B. Melasecchi and F. Vajifdar (eds), Orientalia romana 7: Varia Iranica, Roma 2004, pp. 119-29.
  32. Carlo G. Cereti, Some notes on the Sasanian coinage of Esfahān and a few mint signatures, in Convegno internazionale La Persia e Bisanzio, (Roma, 14 – 18 ottobre 2002), Atti dei convegni lincei 201, Roma 2004, pp. 309-326.
  33. Cereti, C.G. (2004), Henrik Samuel Nyberg, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com.
  34. Carlo G. Cereti and Sh. Shaked, A Middle Persian Dictionary: Project Proposal, in  C. G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005, pp. 181-190.
  35. Carlo G. Cereti, Avestan names and Words in Middle Persian Garb, in  C. G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005, pp. 237-252.
  36. Carlo G. Cereti and Sara Cazzoli, Sealings from Kafir Kala: Preliminary Report, Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia, v11.1-2 (2005), pp. 133-64.
  37. Carlo G. Cereti, Middle Persian Geographic Literature: the Case of the Bundahišn, in Rika Gyselen (ed.), Contributions à l'histoire et la géographie historique de l'empire sassanide, Res Orientales XVI, Paris 2005, pp. 11-36.
  38. Carlo G. Cereti, Zarathustra/Zoroastrismus, in H.D. Betz, D.S. Browning, B. Janovski, E. Jungel, Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Handworterbuch fur Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, vol. 8, pp. 1781-1786, Mohr Siebeck, 2006.
  39. Carlo G. Cereti, Un canone mazdeo?, in G. Mura, Testo sacro e religioni. Ermeneutiche a confronto,. Roma, Urbaniana University Press, 2006, pp. 69-82
  40. Carlo G. Cereti, Testi medio-persiani, in G. Gnoli, Il Manicheismo, Vol. II: Il Mito e la Dottrina, Milano, Fondazione Lorenzo Valla / Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, 2006, pp. 235, 344-248, 346, .
  41. Carlo G. Cereti, Giuseppe Messina, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com, 2006.
  42. Carlo G. Cereti, Middle Persian Geographic Literature II: Chapters X and XI of the Bundahishn., in R. Gyselen, Des Indo-Grecs aux sassanides: Données pour l'Histoire et la Géographie Historique, Leuven, Peeters Press, 2007, pp. 55-64.
  43. Carlo G. Cereti, Some Primary Sources on the Early History of the Parsis in India, in F. Vahman and C. V. Pedersen, Religious Texts in Iranian Languages, Copenhagen, Det Kongelike Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, 2007, pp. 211-221.
  44. Carlo G. Cereti, "And the frawahrs of the men [...] agreed to go into the material world", in M. Macuch, M. Maggi and W. Sundermann (eds), Iranian Languages and Texts from Iran and Turan. Ronald E. Emmerick Memorial Volume, Wiesbaden,  Harrassowitz Verlag, 2007, pp. 21-37.
  45. Carlo G. Cereti, Further on the Sasanian Mint of Esfahan, East and West, vol. 57 (2007), pp. 331-332.
  46. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Apocalyptics in the Shahnama, The Classical Bulletin 83/2 (2007), pp. 183-202.
  47. Carlo G. Cereti, Testi medio-iranici I, in G. Gnoli (ed.), Il Manicheismo, vol. III: Il mito e la dottrina, testi manichei dell'Asia Centrale e della Cina, Milano: Fondazione Lorenzo Valla/Arnoldo Mondadori Editore,  2008, pp. 3-67, 349-366.
  48. Carlo G. Cereti, On the Pahlavi cursive script and the Sasanian Avesta, Studia Iranica, vol. 37.2 (2008), pp. 175-195.
  49. Carlo G. Cereti, Kingly and Priestly Messiahs in Zoroastrianism and Judaism, in Sh. Shaked  and A. Netzer (eds), Irano-Judaica VI. Studies relating to Jewish Contacts with Persian Culture throughout the Ages, Jerusalem Ben Zvi Institute, 2008, p. 37-52.
  50. Carlo G. Cereti, Il mondo iranico dai Parti ai Sasanidi, in A. Barbero, G. Traina (eds), Storia dell’Europa e del Mediterraneo, I Il Mondo Antico, Sez. III, vol. III/IV, Roma, 2009,  pp. 223-262.
  51. Carlo G. Cereti, The Pahlavi Signatures on the Quilon Copper Plates (Tabula Quilonensis), in W. Sundermann, A. Hintze and F. de Blois (eds), Exegisti Monumenta. Festschrift in Honour of Nicholas Sims Willians, Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 31-50.
  52. Carlo G. Cereti, Middle Persian Literature i. Pahlavi Literature, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com, 2009.
  53. Carlo G. Cereti Daryoosh Akbarzadeh and Fabrizio Sinisi, Preliminary Notes on the Collection of Sasanian Bullae Held in Khoy, in Cereti C.G. (ed.), Iranian Identity in the Course of History. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Rome, 21-24 September 2005, Rome, Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, 2010, pp.63-73.
  54. Carlo G. Cereti, Avestan quotations in Pahlavi books. On two passages found in Denkard book VII: Dk. VII.1.7 and Dk 7.3.6, Studia Iranica 39/2 (2010), pp. 171-183.
  55. Carlo G. Cereti, L’Impero Sasanide, in A. Barbero, G. Traina (eds), Storia dell’Europa e del Mediterraneo, I Il Mondo Antico, Sez. III, vol. III/VII, Roma, 2010,  pp. 289-350.
  56. Carlo G.Cereti, Xiiaona and Xyon in Zoroastrian Texts. In M. Alram and D. Klimburg, Coins Art and Chronology II: The First Millennium CE in the Indo-Iranian Borderlands, Wien 2010, pp. 59-72.
  57. Carlo G. Cereti, Some aspects of Philippe Gignoux's contribution to Zoroastrian Studies,in R. Gyselen and Chr. Jullien (eds), Rabbo lʿolmyn « Maître pour l’Éternite. Florilège offert à Philippe Gignouxpour son 80e anniversaire.Paris, Association pour l'avancement des études iraniennes, 2011, pp. 109- 121.
  58. Carlo G. Cereti, Copulative Compounds in Iranian Onomastics, in Th. Krisch and Th. Lindner (eds),  Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog. Akten der XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanische Gesselschaft vom 21. bis 27. September 2008 in Salzburg, Wiesbaden, Reichert Verlag, 2011, pp. 110-119.
  59. Carlo G. Cereti; Youssef Moradi and Cyrus Nasrollazadeh, A Collection of Sasanian clay sealings presrved in the Takiya-e Mo'aven al-Molk of Kermanshah, in: C. Lippolis and S. De Martino (eds), Un impaziente desiderio di scorrere il mondo. Studi in Onore di Antonio Invernizzi per il suo settantesimo compleanno, Firenze, Casa Editrice Le Lettere, 2011, pp. 209- 235.
  60. Carlo G. Cereti, La Croce dello Holy Mount di Chennai: un’antica testimonianza del Cristianesimo in India, in  I. Becherucci and P. Martino, La Croce. Un simbolo attraverso i tempi e le culture,Roma 2013, pp. 211-218
  61.  Carlo G. Cereti (2011), Kār-Nāmag ī Ardašīr ī Pābagān, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, vol. XV, ed. Eh. Yarshater, New York, pp. 585-588.
  62. Carlo G. Cereti and Gianfilippo Terribili,  The Paikuli Monument, in M. Alram, R. Gyselen, Sylloge Nummorum Sasanidarum, vol. III Ohrmazd I - Ohrmazd II, Wien, Verlag der Oesterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaftens, 2012, pp. 74-87, tf. 80-83.
  63. Carlo G. Cereti et al., From Flint to Silicon, Modern Technologies Applied to the Understanding of History. The Italian Archaeological Mission in Iraqi Kurdistan, in Vicino Oriente 16 (2012), pp. 181-199.
  64. Carlo G. Cereti, Jamshid Soroushian, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com, 2012.
  65. Carlo G. Cereti, Some Passages on Turkic Peoples in Zoroastrian Pahlavi Literature, Journal of Persianate Societies 6.1 (2013), pp. 197-216.
  66. Carlo G. Cereti, Angela Bizzarro, Luca Colliva, Gianfilippo Terribili, La Cittadella di Erbil. Le attività del progetto di cooperazione italiano ad Erbil, in: Aleksandra Filipovic e Williams Troiano, Strategie e Programmazione della Conservazione e Trasmissibilità del Patrimonio Culturale, Roma 2013, pp. 222-231.
  67. Carlo G. Cereti, Salib-e Holy Mount dar Cennā-ye hendustān. Yek šāhed-e bāstāni az masiyat dar hend, in: Ranj-o-Ganj. Arjname-ye doktor Zohre Zaršenas,  be kušeš Vidā Naddāf, Farzāne Goštāsb va Mohammad Sokri- Fumeši, Pazuhešgāh-e ‘Olum-e Ensāni va motāla’at-e farhangi, Teherān , 1392 [2013], pp. 165-168.
  68. AliReza Askari Chaverdi and Carlo G. Cereti,  Preliminary notes on two small groups of Sasanian bullae recently discovered in Fārs, in D. Tokhtasev et P. Luria, Commentationes Iranicae. Vladimiro f. Aaron Livschits nonagenario donum natalicium. St. Petersburg 2013, pp. 182-190.
  69. Carlo G. Cereti, Sacred Books of the East, in Encyclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater 2014, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/sacred-books-of-the-east.
  70. Carlo G. Cereti and Gianfilippo Terribili, The Middle Persian and Parthian Inscriptions on the Paikuli Tower. New Blocks and Preliminary Studies, Iranica Antiqua 49 (2014), 347-412.
  71. Carlo G. Cereti, Škand Gumānīg Wizār, Encyclopædia Iranica Online,ed. Eh Yarshater,2014 http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/shkand-gumanig-wizar.
  72. Carlo G. Cereti,Mardānfarrox ī Ohrmazddādān’sŠkand Gumānīg Wizār on Judaism and Christianity, in M. Bais, M.C. Benvenuto and C.G. Cereti,Christianity in Ancient Iran. Papers of the International ConferenceAd ulteriores gentes. The Christians in the East (1st to 7th century) held in Rome between 13th and 14th March 2009, Monographic double number of  Name-ye Iran-e Bastan. The International Journal of Ancient Iranian Studies 23-24 (2014), pp. 47-66.
  73. Carlo G. Cereti, Luca Colliva, Agnese Fusaro, Camilla Insom Gianfilippo Terribili, Julian Bogdani, Serenella Mancini, MAIKI. Missione Archeologica Italiana nel Kurdistan Iracheno: La carta archeologica dell’area di Paikuli, obiettivi e metodologie applicate, Vicino Oriente XVIII (2014), pp. 25-38.
  74. Carlo G. Cereti, Sebastien Gondet, The Funerary Landscape Between Naqš-e Rostam and Estaḫr (Persepolis Region). Discovery of a New Group of Late Sasanian Inscribed Rock-Cut Niches, Iranica Antiqua, 50 (2015), pp. 367-403.
  75. Carlo G. Cereti, Studi Orientali, in T. Gregory and M. Bray, Treccani. Novanta anni di cultura italiana 1925-2015, Roma 2015, pp. 145-162.
  76. Carlo G. Cereti, Gherardo Gnoli, in Encyclopaedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater, 2015, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/gnoli-gherardo.
  77. Carlo G. Cereti, Gayōmard, in Encyclopaedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater 2015, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/gayomard.
  78. Carlo G. Cereti, Zaehner Robert Charles, in  Encyclopaedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater 2015, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/zaehner-robert. 11573/820603
  79. Carlo G. Cereti, Gianfilippo Terribili, Alessandro Tilia, Paikuli in its Geographical Context, in A. Krasnowolska, R. Rusek-Kowalska, Studies on the Iranian world I. Before Islam,  Cracow 2015, 267-278.
  80. Carlo G. Cereti, Myth, Legends, Eschatologies, in M. Stausberg and Y. S.-D. Vevaina, The Blackwell Companion to the Study of Zoroastrianism, Chichester, West Sussex, 2015, pp. 259-272. 11573/819286
  81. Carlo G. Cereti, Lingue e linguaggi nell’Iran Altomedievale, in. M.C. Benvenuto and P. Martino, Linguaggi per un nuovo umanesimo, Roma 2015, pp. 153-172.
  82. C.G. Cereti, Luca Colliva, Activities of Sapienza-University of Rome in Iraqi Kurdistan: Erbil, Sulaimaniyah and Duhok, in K. Kopanias and J. MacGinnis, The Archaeology of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Adjacent Regions, Oxford 2016, pp. 49-56.
  83. C.G. Cereti, L’Iran preislamico: dagli Achemenidi ai Sasanidi, in C. Tiussi, M. Novello e M. Belgiojoso, Leoni e tori dall’Antica Persia ad Aquileia. Tesori, ori, sculture achemenidi e sasanidi dal Museo di Tehran e da Persepoli, Aquileia 2016, pp. 21-28 and 39-46 .
  84. C. G. Cereti, Middle Persian Literature,  in M. Moazami, Zoroastrianism. A Collection of Articles from the Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York NY, 2016, pp. 768-96. 11573/961532
  85. C.G. Cereti, Šeʾer dar Irān-e bāstān, in K. Bojnurdi, H. Rezāʿi Bāghbidi, M. Jaʿafari Dehaqi, Tārikh-e Jāmeʿ-e Irān, Vol. 5, Tehran 2016, pp.  607-619.
  86. Carlo G. Cereti and Zohreh Bassiri, On a Few Sasanian Bullae from the Collections of the National Museumof Iran, in R. Gyselen, Words and symbols: Sasanian objects and the Tabarestān archive, Res Orientales. Vol. XXIV, Bur-sur-Yvette, 2016, pp. 9-26.
  87. Carlo G. Cereti,  A short note on MHDA 38, E. Morano, E. Provasi and A. Rossi,Studia Philologica Iranica. Gherardo Gnoli Memorial Volume, Roma 2017, pp. 23-30.
  88. Carlo G. Cereti, Pahlavi, in D. Selden and Ph. Vasunia, Literatures of the Roman Empire, Oxford, Oxford University Press, Online publication 2017http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199699445.001.0...).
  89. A. Asadi and C. G. Cereti, Two New Pahlavi Inscriptions from Fars Province, Iran, in Maria Vittoria Fontana (ed.), Istakhr (Iran) 2011-2016. Historical ad Archaeological Essays, Quaderni di Vicino Oriente XIII-2018, Roma, pp. 87-106.
  90. Carlo G. Cereti, Two late Pahlavi Inscriptions from the Alburz Mountains: Lājim and Mil-e Rādekān, in J. Hameen-Antilla, Translation and Transmission in the Eastern Mediterranean 500 BC–1500 AD, Munster, 2019, pp. 56-94.
  91. Carlo G. Cereti, Once more on the Bandiān Inscriptions, in Y. Moradi (ed.), AfarinNameh Essays on the archaeology of Iran in Honour of Mehdi Rahbar, Tehran, 2019, 149-156.
  92. Carlo G. Cereti, Luca Colliva, Gianfilippo Terribili, Il monumento di Paikuli, (Kurdistan –Iraq). Ricerche e nuove attività sul campo, Scienze dell’Antichità 25.1 (2019), pp. 3-10..
  93. Carlo G. Cereti, From Middle to New Persian. Written Materials from Northern Iran and Khorasan,  Vicino Oriente 23 (2019), pp. 95-107.
  94. Carlo G. Cereti, Radicalismo e Patrimonio Culturale, in id. Estremismo e radicalismo, le ragioni del dialogo, Roma 2019, pp. 47-64.
  95. Carlo G. Cereti, Mithra nell’onomastica medioiranica, Festschrift Adriano V. Rossi, Napoli, 2020, pp. 131-152.
  96. Carlo G. Cereti, Khorasan iv. Pre-Islamic history, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York, N.Y., 2020, pp. 596-599.
  97. Carlo G. Cereti, Milīkā Hiydarī and Rida Mihr Āfarīn Barrasi ravand-taghiirāt sabki jaygāh tadfin zartuštiyān-e Irān va parsiyān-e hend, [Review of the Trend of Stylistic Changes in the Burial Place of Iranian Zoroastrians and Indian Persians], Pažuhešhā-ye Adiyāni [Religious Studies], Vol. 8 1399 [2020], pp. 261-264.
  98. Carlo G. Cereti, Are the Provincial Capitals of Ērānšahr really Provincial Capitals?, Vicino Oriente XXIV (2020), pp. 135-149.DOI:10.53131/VO2724-587X2020_8
  99. Mohammadreza Nemati , Mehdi Mousavinia , Eberhard Sauer & Carlo G. Cereti (2020) Largest Ancient Fortress of South-West Asia and the Western World? Recent Fieldwork at Sasanian Qaleh Iraj at Pishva, Iran, Iran, 58:2 (2020) pp. 190-220, DOI:10.1080/05786967.2019.1586449 (pubblicato online 03/19).
  100. Carlo G. Cereti, Barbara Faticoni, Carlo Marchetti, Gianfilippo Terribili, Massimiliano Vassalli, Il monumento di Narseh da Paikuli a Sulaimaniyah. Nuove attività archeologiche e allestimento espositivo del materiale presso lo Slemani Museum, Scienze dell’Antichità 26.1 (2020), pp. 3- 11.
  101. Carlo G. Cereti, Remarks on The cities of Ērānšahr and its date in the light of the Xwadāy-nāmag and Sasanian primary sources, in Mohsen Ashtiany and Mauro Maggi (eds), A turquoise coronet: studies in Persian language and literature, Wiesbaden 2021, pp. 79-96.
  102. Carlo G. Cereti, Narseh, Armenia and the Paikuli Inscription, Electrum 28 (Special Issue, The Kingdom of Greater Armenia and its Neighbours) 2021, pp. 69-87. [DOI 10.4467/20800909EL.21.007.13365]
  103. Carlo G. Cereti, MAIKI Activities on the Paikuli Monument and its Surroundings, East and West N.S. 1 2020 [2021], pp- 319-332.
  104. Carlo G. Cereti et al., Ērānšahr: Uomo, ambiente e societa nell’Iran arsacide e sasanide. Testimonianze scritte, cultura materiale e societa da Arsace a Yazdegard III, Scienze dell’Antichità 27.1 (2021), pp. 27-63.
  105. Carlo G. Cereti., M. MousaviNia and M.R. Nemati, The Ostraka in Qaleh Iraj, Iran, inE. Sauer (ed.), Ancient Arms Race…, Oxford 2021. [forthcoming]
  106. Carlo G. Cereti., M. MousaviNia and M.R. Nemati, Ray and Varamin in the Sasanian Period, Journal of Persianate Studies 14 (2021).[forthcoming]
  107. Carlo G.Cereti and Amin Shayeste Doust, The Divorce function in Sassanian and post-Sassanian texts, Journal of Persianate Studies 14 (2021).[forthcoming]
  108. Carlo G. Cereti, Mehdi Mousavi Nia and Mohammad Reza Nemati, Ray and Pahlaw in the context of Sasanian Iran, Journal of Persianate Studies 14 (2021). [forthcoming]
  109. Carlo G. Cereti, Narseh, Armenia and the Paikuli Inscription, Electrum 28 (Special Issue, 2021. [forthcoming].
  110. Carlo G. Cereti, MAIKI Activities on the Paikuli Monument and its Surroundings, East and West [Forthcoming]
  111. Carlo G. Cereti, Tradizione e continuità nell’Impero Sasanide: Il monumento di Paikuli, Atti della Conferenza Egitto e Vicino Oriente Antico, Napoli 13-14 giugno 2019. [Forthcoming].
  112. Carlo G. Cereti, Epic Compositions, and Entertainment Literature in Sasanian Persia, in T. Daryaee and R. Shayegan, Blackwell Companion to the Sasanian Empire, Chichester, West Sussex, forthcoming.
  113. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroaster’s Legend in the Late Antiquity and the Middle ages, in Gh. Dabiri, Narrating Power and Authority in Late Antique and Medieval Hagiographies from East to West. International Conference at Academia Belgica (Rome, Italy), Thursday 15th-Saturday 17th February 2018, Turnhout, Forthcoming.
  114. Carlo G. Cereti, Kurdistan vii. History Pre-Islamic Period, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York, N.Y., forthcoming
  115. Carlo G. Cereti, Kušān-šahr, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York, N.Y., forthcoming
  116. Carlo G. Cereti, The Ostraka in Qaleh Iraj, in E. Sauer et al. (eds), Ancient Arms Race: Antiquity’s Largest Fortresses and Sasanian Military Networks of Northern Iran. A joint fieldwork project by the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handcraft and Tourism Organisation, the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research and the Universities of Edinburgh, Aix-Marseilles, Bradford, Durham, Esfahan, Göttingen, Neyshabuhr, Rome, St Andrews and Tbilisi and the CNRS, Paris (2014-2016). British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs Series, Oxford: Oxbow.forthcoming.

 
 
 
 
 
Reviews
 
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, Recensione di: F.M. Kotwal e Ph.G. Kreyenbroek, The Hērbedestān and Nērangestān. Vol. I: Hērbedestān, Paris 1992, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 53 (1993), pp. 345-49.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, Recensione di: R. Gyselen, La géographie administrative de l’empire sassanide. Les témoignages sigillographiques, Paris 1989, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 53 (1993), pp. 349-52.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of : Tanya M. Luhrman, The Good Parsi - The Fate of a Colonial elite in a Postcolonial Society, Harvard University Press, 1996, East and West 48 (1998), pp. 218-224
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of : Judith Josephson, The Pahlavi Translation Technique as Illustrated by Hōm Yašt, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Iranica Upsaliensia, 2, Uppsala 1997; pp. 214, Die Sprache 38.2 (1996) [1998], pp. 219-23.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of : Sh. Shaked, Dualism in Transformation. Varieties of Religion in Sasanian Iran, London 1994, Annali dell’Ististuto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 55 (1995), pp. 1-4.
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of Charles Melville (ed.), Proceedings of the Third Europaean Conference of Iranian Studies held in Cambridge, 11th to 15th September 1995, part 2: Mediaeval and Modern Persian Studies, Wiesbaden 1999, in RSO 77 (2003), pp. 284-91.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of F. Wahman and G. Asatrian, Notes on the Language and Ethnography of the Zoroastrians of Yazd, Copenhagen 2002, in East and West 54 (2004) [2005], pp. 322-23.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of Gyselen, R. Noveaux matériaux pour la géographie historique de l'Empire Sassanide: sceaux administratifs de la collection Ahmad Saeedi. Orientalistische Literaturzeitung,vol. 101, (2006), pp. 542-546.
  9. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of  Touraj Daryaee, The Oxford Handbook of Iranian Studies, Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 84 (2013), pp. 174-176.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of S. Azarnouche, Husraw ī Kawādān ud rēdag-ē, Paris 2013, WZKM 104 (2014), pp. 361-364.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti, review of Mihaela Timus, Cosmogonie et eschatologie. Articulations conceptuelles du système religieux zoroastrien (Studia iranica - Cahier 54), Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes, Paris 2015, Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni, 2016, pp. 491-493.
  12. Carlo G. Cereti, recensione di Ugo Bianchi, Religions in Antiquity, 2 voll., a cura di Lorenzo Bianchi, Milano 2014 and 2015, Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni, 2017, pp. 303-306.
  13. Carlo G. Cereti, review of Alberto Cantera, Vers une édition de la liturgie longue zoroastrienne:  pensées et travaux préliminaires, Studia Iranica, Cahier 51, Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes, Paris 2014, Orientalische Literaturzeitung, vol 112\4-5, 2017, pp. 406-410.
  14. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of Foltz, Richard. Religions of Iran: From Prehistory to the Present.
  15. London: Oneworld Publications, 2013. 314pp. ISBN 978-1-78074, Dabir 2018\5, pp. 86-89.

 
 
Other
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, Terzo Congresso Internazionale di Studi Manichei, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 52 (1992), pp. 486-88.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, Second International Congress of the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute Bombay, 5-8 January 1995, East and West 45 (1995), pp. 405-07.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti, David Neil MacKenzie, East and West 51 (2001) [2003], pp. 417-21.
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, and F. Vajifdar, Biography of Jamshid Soroushian, in Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003, pp. ix-xviii.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, and F. Vajifdar, Editors’ preface, Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003, pp. xxxvii-xxxviii.
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, Foreword, in C.G. Cereti, B. Melasecchi and F. Vajifdar (eds), Orientalia romana 7: Varia Iranica, Roma 2004, p. 7.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti and M. Maggi, Preface in C. G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005, pp. 5-6.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti,  Iraj Afshar, in Bukhara, Khordad-Tir 1392 (2011), pp. 791-794.
  9. Carlo G. Cereti, In memoria di Gherardo Gnoli, Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 84 (2012), pp. 59-68.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti, Gherardo Gnoli, Iran Nameh 28\1 (2013), pp. 29-43.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti et al., La Cittadella. Fascinazioni dell’antica Erbil, cuore del Kurdistan in Iraq \ The Citadel. Fascinations of the ancient Erbil, Heart of Iraqi Kurdistan, Bologna 20152.
  12. Carlo G. Cereti et al., CNR for the Sasanian Landscape of Fars, Roma 2017.

 
 
 
 
                                                                                       
IL SOTTOSCRITTO, A CONOSCENZA DI QUANTO PRESCRITTO DALL’ART. 76 DEL D.P.R. 28 DICEMBRE 2000 N. 445, SULLA RESPONSABILITÀ PENALE CUI PUÒ ANDARE INCONTRO IN CASO DI FALSITÀ IN ATTI E DI DICHIARAZIONI MENDACI, NONCHÉ DI QUANTO PRESCRITTO DALL’ART. 75 DEL D.P.R. 28 DICEMBRE 2000 N. 445, SULLA DECADENZA DAI BENEFICI EVENTUALMENTE CONSEGUENTI AL PROVVEDIMENTO EMANATO SULLA BASE DI DICHIARAZIONI NON VERITIERE, AI SENSI E PER GLI EFFETTI DEL CITATO D.P.R. N. 445/2000 E SOTTO LA PROPRIA PERSONALE RESPONSABILITÀ DICHIARA CHE TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI CONTENUTE NEL PROPRIO CURRICULUM VITAE SONO VERITIERE

 
 
 


Inglese

CWork Experience
 
2001-present. Full Professor in Iranian Philology, Religions and History at the Department of Classics, Faculty of Humanities, Sapienza - University of Rome
2021/22 – present President of the CdLM Cultural Heritage in the Near and Middle East, and Africa
2018 – present Coordinator of the Class in Humanities at the Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati – Sapienza
2018 – present Director of the Winter School in Cultural Heritage of the Near and Middle East
2017 – present Rector’s delegate for International cooperation
2017 – present Senior Fellow at the Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati – Sapienza
2009- 2017 Cultural Counsellor Embassy of Italy, Tehran
2000. University researcher at the Faculty of Humanities of Sapienza- Università di Roma.
2001/2 – 2007/8 Presidente CdL 00595 Storia e civilta dell'Oriente e del Mediterraneo
1997-1999 Researcher at the Kommission für Iranistik of the Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna and Lektor of ”Mitteliranische Sprachen” at the Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Vienna University.
1995-1999 Contract professor at the Faculty of Humanities of Sapienza- Università di Roma.
 
 
 
 
 
Education
 
1993-1994 Post-doctoral fellowship (Istituto Universitario Orientale - Naples), visiting scholar at the University of Göttingen.

1988-1992. Doctorate in Iranian Studies (Istituto Universitario Orientale - Naples).
1986-1987 Postgraduate courses at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University.

 
1979-1985 Degree in Lingue e Civiltà Orientali (Istituto Universitario Orientale –Naples), majors Persian and Hindi.
 
Editorial activities, Scientific boards, editorial boards
 
Consulting Editor of the Encyclopædia Iranica, Columbia University, New York;
Book Review Editor, Iranian Studies, Taylor and Francis, (Pre-Islamic Iran);
Member of the Editorial Board, Iran and the Caucasus, Brill, Leiden;
Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Persianate Studies, Brill, Leiden;
Member of the Editorial Board, Scienze dell’Antichità, Sapienza – Università di Roma;
Member of the Editorial board of the Ancient Iran Series, E.J. Brill, Leiden.
Member of the Advisory Board, Vicino Oriente, Sapienza – Università di Roma;
Member of the Advisory Board, Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni, Sapienza – Università di Roma.
 
Conducting evaluations for :
 
2021/22 Coordinator of the National Quality Evaluation (VQR) review for Area 10.
European Community Expert - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and Marie Curie Fellowships.
2012-2014 Member of the Evaluation Committee  ASN – 10\N1 Culture del Vicino Oriente Antico, del Medio Oriente e dell’Africa (calls for 2012 and 2013).
Evaluator – Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca (Anvur, VQR).
Evaluator - Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca (PRIN, MIUR, Italy)
Evaluator - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, Germany)
Evaluator - Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR, France)
Evaluator -  Central Finance and Contracting Agency (CFCA, Latvia)
Selected to be part of the list of Esperti di Valutazione - Profilo Esperti Disciplinari (ANVUR)Coordinator of the national quality evaluation (VQR) for the class of Humanities (Area10 – 2015-19) 2020-ongoing-
Reviewer for several leading academic journals.
 
 
Membership in Scientific Societies
 
Societas Iranologica Europaea
Società Italiana di Glottologia
Associazione ISMEO
Società Italiana di Storia delle Religioni
Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes
Association for Iranian Studies
The Association for the Study of Persianate Societies
Academia Europaea
 
 
Other
 
2018- Member of the Board of Directors UNIMED
2015- Director of the Mediterranean Region branch of the Association for the Study of Persianate Societies
2014 – Associated member of ITABC\CNR
2010 Farabi Prize (UNESCO\ISESCO).
2006-present Director of the Italian Mission to the Kurdish region of Iraq.
06.89.21 – Member of the Academia Europaea
2017, 2019, 2021 Chair of the Ehsan Yarshater Award 
2007-2011 President of Societas Iranologica Europaea.
February 2007 directeur d’études at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), Paris.
2007-2008 Scientific director of the project Building Capacities of Parliamentary Institutions and Promotion of Citizens’ Participation in the Arab countries and Middle East – Pilot Phase (Lebanon – Iraq – Jordan), UNDP/IPALMO,
2004-2011 Member of the Board of Directors of the Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente (IsIAO).
2003-2007 Secretary and Treasurer – Societas Iranologica Europaea
2003-2006 Italian Governor at the Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF)
2002 – present "directeur de recherche" and thereafter "membre associé" of the UMRS "Monde iranien", CNRS.
1999-2003 Treasurer – Societas Iranologica Europaea
May 1999 directeur d’études at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), Paris.
 
Carlo G. Cereti also contributes to the following international projects: "Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien (TITUS)", a database collecting documents in various Indo-european languages (University of Frankfurt), Iranisches Personennamenbuch (ÖAW) and Sylloge Nummorum Sasanidorum, (ÖAW / CNRS / IsIAO).
 
Main research interests: Middle Iranian Languages, Zoroastrianism, Iranian Religions, Glyptics, Late antique – early medieval history of Iran and surrounding countries.
 
 
 
 
 
List of Publications
 
 
Books
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, An 18th Century Account of Parsi History - The Qesse-ye Zartoštiān-e Hendustān, IUO, Napoli 1991.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, The Zand ī Wahman Yasn. A Zoroastrian Apocalypse, Serie Orientale Roma 75, Roma 1995.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti e L. Paul (eds), D. N. MacKenzie, Iranica Diversa, Serie Orientale Roma 84.1-2, Roma, 1999.
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, La letteratura pahlavi. Introduzione ai testi con riferimenti alla storia degli studi e alla tradizione manoscritta, Milano 2001.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, M. Maggi and E. Provasi (eds), Religious themes and texts of pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia. Studies in honour of Professor Gherardo Gnoli on the occasion of his 65th birthday on 6th December 2002, Wiesbaden, 2003,
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, and F. Vajifdar (eds), Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti, Beniamino Melasecchi and Farrokh Vajifdar (eds), Orientalia romana 7: Varia Iranica, Roma 2004.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005.
  9. Carlo G. Cereti Daryoosh Akbarzadeh and Fabrizio Sinisi, Glyptic Antiquities from the Museum of Khoy, Western Azerbaijan, Rome 2009.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti (ed.), Iranian Identity in the Course of History. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Rome, 21-24 September 2005, Rome, Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, 2010.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti and Roberta Giunta (eds),: Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of the Kurdish Region in Iraq. Italian Cooperation Project in Iraqi Kurdistan 2009-2010 , Rome,  IsIAO, 2011.
  12. M. Bais, M.C. Benvenuto and C.G. Cereti (eds), Christianity in Ancient Iran. Papers of the International Conference Ad ulteriores gentes. The Christians in the East (1st to 7th century) held in Rome between 13th and 14th March 2009, Monographic double number of  Name-ye Iran-e Bastan. The International Journal of Ancient Iranian Studies23-24 (2014).
  13. Carlo G. Cereti, Adabiyāt-e Pahlavi, Tehran 2016.
  14. Carlo G. Cereti (ed.), Estremismo e radicalismo: le ragioni del dialogo, Roma 2019.
  15. Carlo G. Cereti, Storia dell’Iran preislamico, Carocci Editore: Roma, forthcoming (2021)
  16. Carlo G. Cereti (ed.) Special Issue of the Journal of Persianate Studies, Forthcoming (2021)

 
 
 
 
 
Articles
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, Osservazioni sul pronome enclitico in mediopersiano ed in alcuni testi neopersiani. Annali dell’Istituto Orientale di Napoli 53 (1993), pp. 375-410.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, Appunti preliminari allo studio del quarto libro del Dēnkard, Atti del Sodalizio Glottologico Milanese 33-34 (1992-93), pp. 232-43.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti, Prolegomena allo studio del quarto libro del Dēnkard, Studi Orientali e Linguistici 5 (1994-95), pp. 107-29.
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Pahlavi Literature as a source for Central Asian Geography, in B. Genito (ed.), The Archeology of the Steppes, Napoli 1994, pp. 447-68.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, Notes on Parsi History, in B. Fragner et alii (eds), Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Iranian Studies held in Bamberg, 30th September to 4th October 1991, by the Societas Iranologica Europaea, Roma 1995, pp. 141-52.
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, Padīriftan ī dēn and the turn of the millennium, East and West 45 (1995), pp. 321-27.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti, Problemi di genere e classificazione nella letteratura pahlavi, Atti del Sodalizio Glottologico Milanese 35-36 (1994-95), pp. 7-18.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti, La figura del redentore futuro nei testi iranici zoroastriani, aspetti dell’evoluzione di un mito, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 55 (1995), pp. 33-81.   
  9. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Manuscripts Belonging to the Bhandarkar Institute Collection, Pune, East and West 46 (1996), pp. 441-51.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti, Again on Wahrām ī Warzāwand, in"La Persia e l’Asia Centrale da Alessandro al X secolo” Atti dei Convegni Lincei 127, Roma 1996, pp. 629-39.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti, On the Date of the Zand ī Wahman Yasn, K. R. Cama Oriental Institute. Second International Congress Proceedings, Bombay 1996, pp. 243-58.
  12. Carlo G. Cereti, Primary Sources for the History of Inner and Outer Iran in the Sasanian Period, Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi 9 (1996), pp. 17-71.
  13. Carlo G. Cereti, Studi preliminari sull’ottavo libro del Dēnkard, Rend. Mor. Acc. Lincei 9.8.1 (1997), pp. 95-117.
  14. Carlo G. Cereti, "Orientalistica", in W. Kaltenbacher (ed.), Research in Europe,  Napoli 1998, pp. 27-31.
  15. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Manuscripts in Italy: Past and Present, in N. Sims-Williams(ed.), Proceedings of the Third European Conference of Iranian Studies Pt. 1 Old and Middle Iranian Studies,  Wiesbaden 1998, pp. 153-61.
  16. Carlo G. Cereti, The Indian Bundahišn (Corrections and Improvements), http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de and on al CD-ROM containing the materials of the project TITUS (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien), Frankfurt 1997/1998.
  17. Carlo G. Cereti, Corpus of Pahlavi Texts (Corrections and Improvements), http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de and on al CD-ROM containing the materials of the project TITUS (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien), Frankfurt 1997/1998.
  18. Carlo G. Cereti,  On the Manuscript Tradition of the Bundahišn, K.R. Cama Oriental Institute Third International Congress Proceedings, Bombay 2000, pp. 95-109.
  19. Carlo G. Cereti, Central Asian and Eastern Iranian Peoples in Zoroastrian Apocalyptic Texts, in Cs. Bálint (ed.), "Kontakte zwischen Iran, Byzanz und der Steppe in 6.-7. Jh., Varia Archaeologica Hungarica IX, Budapest 2000 [2001], pp. 193-207.
  20. Carlo G. Cereti, Die iranischen Sprachen, in W. Seipel(ed.), 7000 Jahre persische Kunst. Meisterwerke aus dem Iranischen Nationalmuseums in Teheran, Wien 2001, pp. 31-37.
  21. Carlo G. Cereti, Le lingue iraniche, in Antica Persia. I tesori del Museo Nazionale di Tehran e la ricerca italiana in Iran, Roma 2001, pp. 150-55.
  22. Carlo G. Cereti, Sconfiggere il demone della menzogna. Guerra giusta, guerra santa nell'Iran pre-islamico, Studi Storici 3/2002, pp. 693-707.
  23. Carlo G. Cereti, On Zoroaster’s Genealogy, Proceedings of the fourth European conference of Iranian studies, ed. Ph. Huyse, Paris 2002, pp. 29-45.
  24. Carlo G. Cereti, Continuity and Innovation in Middle Persian Onomastics, in ed. Siamak Adhami(ed.), Paitimāna. Essays in Iranian, Indo-Europaean and Indian Studies in Honor of Hanns-Peter Schmidt, Costa Mesa, California 2003, pp. 300-20.
  25. Carlo G. Cereti, and David .N. MacKenzie, Except by Battle. Zoroastrian Cosmogony in the Ist chapter of the Greater Bundahišn, in C.G. Cereti, M. Maggi and E. Provasi(eds), Religious themes and texts of pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia. Studies in honour of Professor Gherardo Gnoli on the occasion of his 65th birthday on 6th December 2002, Wiesbaden, 2003, pp. 31-59.
  26. Carlo G. Cereti, Some passages relating to Manushcihr in Zoroastrian sources, in Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003, pp. 83-106.
  27. Carlo G. Cereti, Luca M. Olivieri and f. Joseph Vazhuthanapally, The Problem of the Saint Thomas Crosses and Related Questions. Epigraphical Survey and Preliminary Research, East and West 52 (2002) [2003], pp. 285-310.
  28. Carlo G. Cereti, Le croci di S. Tommaso e la letteratura cristiana in lingue medioiraniche, in M.V. Fontana and B. Genito (eds), Studi in onore di Umberto Scerrato per il suo settantacinquesimo compleanno, vol. I, Napoli 2003 [2004], pp. 193-206.
  29. Carlo G. Cereti, Prejudice vs. Reality. Zoroastrians and Their Rituals as Seen by Two 19th Century Italian Travellers, in M. Stausberg (ed.), Zoroastrian Rituals in Context, Numen Book Series Studies in the History of Religions vol. CII, Leiden/Boston 2004, pp.461-80.
  30. Carlo G. Cereti, Personal names ending in ثin the Šāhnāma, in T. Daryaee and M. Omidsalar (eds), The Spirit of Wisdom [Mēnōg ī Xrad]. Essays in Memory of Ahmad Tafazzoli, Costa Mesa, California, 2004, pp. 43-57.
  31. Carlo G. Cereti, Sul Codice M51 di Monaco, in C.G. Cereti, B. Melasecchi and F. Vajifdar (eds), Orientalia romana 7: Varia Iranica, Roma 2004, pp. 119-29.
  32. Carlo G. Cereti, Some notes on the Sasanian coinage of Esfahān and a few mint signatures, in Convegno internazionale La Persia e Bisanzio, (Roma, 14 – 18 ottobre 2002), Atti dei convegni lincei 201, Roma 2004, pp. 309-326.
  33. Cereti, C.G. (2004), Henrik Samuel Nyberg, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com.
  34. Carlo G. Cereti and Sh. Shaked, A Middle Persian Dictionary: Project Proposal, in  C. G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005, pp. 181-190.
  35. Carlo G. Cereti, Avestan names and Words in Middle Persian Garb, in  C. G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005, pp. 237-252.
  36. Carlo G. Cereti and Sara Cazzoli, Sealings from Kafir Kala: Preliminary Report, Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia, v11.1-2 (2005), pp. 133-64.
  37. Carlo G. Cereti, Middle Persian Geographic Literature: the Case of the Bundahišn, in Rika Gyselen (ed.), Contributions à l'histoire et la géographie historique de l'empire sassanide, Res Orientales XVI, Paris 2005, pp. 11-36.
  38. Carlo G. Cereti, Zarathustra/Zoroastrismus, in H.D. Betz, D.S. Browning, B. Janovski, E. Jungel, Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Handworterbuch fur Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, vol. 8, pp. 1781-1786, Mohr Siebeck, 2006.
  39. Carlo G. Cereti, Un canone mazdeo?, in G. Mura, Testo sacro e religioni. Ermeneutiche a confronto,. Roma, Urbaniana University Press, 2006, pp. 69-82
  40. Carlo G. Cereti, Testi medio-persiani, in G. Gnoli, Il Manicheismo, Vol. II: Il Mito e la Dottrina, Milano, Fondazione Lorenzo Valla / Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, 2006, pp. 235, 344-248, 346, .
  41. Carlo G. Cereti, Giuseppe Messina, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com, 2006.
  42. Carlo G. Cereti, Middle Persian Geographic Literature II: Chapters X and XI of the Bundahishn., in R. Gyselen, Des Indo-Grecs aux sassanides: Données pour l'Histoire et la Géographie Historique, Leuven, Peeters Press, 2007, pp. 55-64.
  43. Carlo G. Cereti, Some Primary Sources on the Early History of the Parsis in India, in F. Vahman and C. V. Pedersen, Religious Texts in Iranian Languages, Copenhagen, Det Kongelike Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, 2007, pp. 211-221.
  44. Carlo G. Cereti, "And the frawahrs of the men [...] agreed to go into the material world", in M. Macuch, M. Maggi and W. Sundermann (eds), Iranian Languages and Texts from Iran and Turan. Ronald E. Emmerick Memorial Volume, Wiesbaden,  Harrassowitz Verlag, 2007, pp. 21-37.
  45. Carlo G. Cereti, Further on the Sasanian Mint of Esfahan, East and West, vol. 57 (2007), pp. 331-332.
  46. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroastrian Apocalyptics in the Shahnama, The Classical Bulletin 83/2 (2007), pp. 183-202.
  47. Carlo G. Cereti, Testi medio-iranici I, in G. Gnoli (ed.), Il Manicheismo, vol. III: Il mito e la dottrina, testi manichei dell'Asia Centrale e della Cina, Milano: Fondazione Lorenzo Valla/Arnoldo Mondadori Editore,  2008, pp. 3-67, 349-366.
  48. Carlo G. Cereti, On the Pahlavi cursive script and the Sasanian Avesta, Studia Iranica, vol. 37.2 (2008), pp. 175-195.
  49. Carlo G. Cereti, Kingly and Priestly Messiahs in Zoroastrianism and Judaism, in Sh. Shaked  and A. Netzer (eds), Irano-Judaica VI. Studies relating to Jewish Contacts with Persian Culture throughout the Ages, Jerusalem Ben Zvi Institute, 2008, p. 37-52.
  50. Carlo G. Cereti, Il mondo iranico dai Parti ai Sasanidi, in A. Barbero, G. Traina (eds), Storia dell’Europa e del Mediterraneo, I Il Mondo Antico, Sez. III, vol. III/IV, Roma, 2009,  pp. 223-262.
  51. Carlo G. Cereti, The Pahlavi Signatures on the Quilon Copper Plates (Tabula Quilonensis), in W. Sundermann, A. Hintze and F. de Blois (eds), Exegisti Monumenta. Festschrift in Honour of Nicholas Sims Willians, Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 31-50.
  52. Carlo G. Cereti, Middle Persian Literature i. Pahlavi Literature, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com, 2009.
  53. Carlo G. Cereti Daryoosh Akbarzadeh and Fabrizio Sinisi, Preliminary Notes on the Collection of Sasanian Bullae Held in Khoy, in Cereti C.G. (ed.), Iranian Identity in the Course of History. Proceedings of the Conference Held in Rome, 21-24 September 2005, Rome, Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, 2010, pp.63-73.
  54. Carlo G. Cereti, Avestan quotations in Pahlavi books. On two passages found in Denkard book VII: Dk. VII.1.7 and Dk 7.3.6, Studia Iranica 39/2 (2010), pp. 171-183.
  55. Carlo G. Cereti, L’Impero Sasanide, in A. Barbero, G. Traina (eds), Storia dell’Europa e del Mediterraneo, I Il Mondo Antico, Sez. III, vol. III/VII, Roma, 2010,  pp. 289-350.
  56. Carlo G.Cereti, Xiiaona and Xyon in Zoroastrian Texts. In M. Alram and D. Klimburg, Coins Art and Chronology II: The First Millennium CE in the Indo-Iranian Borderlands, Wien 2010, pp. 59-72.
  57. Carlo G. Cereti, Some aspects of Philippe Gignoux's contribution to Zoroastrian Studies,in R. Gyselen and Chr. Jullien (eds), Rabbo lʿolmyn « Maître pour l’Éternite. Florilège offert à Philippe Gignouxpour son 80e anniversaire.Paris, Association pour l'avancement des études iraniennes, 2011, pp. 109- 121.
  58. Carlo G. Cereti, Copulative Compounds in Iranian Onomastics, in Th. Krisch and Th. Lindner (eds),  Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog. Akten der XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanische Gesselschaft vom 21. bis 27. September 2008 in Salzburg, Wiesbaden, Reichert Verlag, 2011, pp. 110-119.
  59. Carlo G. Cereti; Youssef Moradi and Cyrus Nasrollazadeh, A Collection of Sasanian clay sealings presrved in the Takiya-e Mo'aven al-Molk of Kermanshah, in: C. Lippolis and S. De Martino (eds), Un impaziente desiderio di scorrere il mondo. Studi in Onore di Antonio Invernizzi per il suo settantesimo compleanno, Firenze, Casa Editrice Le Lettere, 2011, pp. 209- 235.
  60. Carlo G. Cereti, La Croce dello Holy Mount di Chennai: un’antica testimonianza del Cristianesimo in India, in  I. Becherucci and P. Martino, La Croce. Un simbolo attraverso i tempi e le culture,Roma 2013, pp. 211-218
  61.  Carlo G. Cereti (2011), Kār-Nāmag ī Ardašīr ī Pābagān, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, vol. XV, ed. Eh. Yarshater, New York, pp. 585-588.
  62. Carlo G. Cereti and Gianfilippo Terribili,  The Paikuli Monument, in M. Alram, R. Gyselen, Sylloge Nummorum Sasanidarum, vol. III Ohrmazd I - Ohrmazd II, Wien, Verlag der Oesterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaftens, 2012, pp. 74-87, tf. 80-83.
  63. Carlo G. Cereti et al., From Flint to Silicon, Modern Technologies Applied to the Understanding of History. The Italian Archaeological Mission in Iraqi Kurdistan, in Vicino Oriente 16 (2012), pp. 181-199.
  64. Carlo G. Cereti, Jamshid Soroushian, in Enciclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater www.iranica.com, 2012.
  65. Carlo G. Cereti, Some Passages on Turkic Peoples in Zoroastrian Pahlavi Literature, Journal of Persianate Societies 6.1 (2013), pp. 197-216.
  66. Carlo G. Cereti, Angela Bizzarro, Luca Colliva, Gianfilippo Terribili, La Cittadella di Erbil. Le attività del progetto di cooperazione italiano ad Erbil, in: Aleksandra Filipovic e Williams Troiano, Strategie e Programmazione della Conservazione e Trasmissibilità del Patrimonio Culturale, Roma 2013, pp. 222-231.
  67. Carlo G. Cereti, Salib-e Holy Mount dar Cennā-ye hendustān. Yek šāhed-e bāstāni az masiyat dar hend, in: Ranj-o-Ganj. Arjname-ye doktor Zohre Zaršenas,  be kušeš Vidā Naddāf, Farzāne Goštāsb va Mohammad Sokri- Fumeši, Pazuhešgāh-e ‘Olum-e Ensāni va motāla’at-e farhangi, Teherān , 1392 [2013], pp. 165-168.
  68. AliReza Askari Chaverdi and Carlo G. Cereti,  Preliminary notes on two small groups of Sasanian bullae recently discovered in Fārs, in D. Tokhtasev et P. Luria, Commentationes Iranicae. Vladimiro f. Aaron Livschits nonagenario donum natalicium. St. Petersburg 2013, pp. 182-190.
  69. Carlo G. Cereti, Sacred Books of the East, in Encyclopedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater 2014, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/sacred-books-of-the-east.
  70. Carlo G. Cereti and Gianfilippo Terribili, The Middle Persian and Parthian Inscriptions on the Paikuli Tower. New Blocks and Preliminary Studies, Iranica Antiqua 49 (2014), 347-412.
  71. Carlo G. Cereti, Škand Gumānīg Wizār, Encyclopædia Iranica Online,ed. Eh Yarshater,2014 http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/shkand-gumanig-wizar.
  72. Carlo G. Cereti,Mardānfarrox ī Ohrmazddādān’sŠkand Gumānīg Wizār on Judaism and Christianity, in M. Bais, M.C. Benvenuto and C.G. Cereti,Christianity in Ancient Iran. Papers of the International ConferenceAd ulteriores gentes. The Christians in the East (1st to 7th century) held in Rome between 13th and 14th March 2009, Monographic double number of  Name-ye Iran-e Bastan. The International Journal of Ancient Iranian Studies 23-24 (2014), pp. 47-66. (trsl. in Persian by Saeed Reza Montazeri and Amir Sadri, in Haft Asman 17,67 Autumn 2015)
  73. Carlo G. Cereti, Luca Colliva, Agnese Fusaro, Camilla Insom Gianfilippo Terribili, Julian Bogdani, Serenella Mancini, MAIKI. Missione Archeologica Italiana nel Kurdistan Iracheno: La carta archeologica dell’area di Paikuli, obiettivi e metodologie applicate, Vicino Oriente XVIII (2014), pp. 25-38.
  74. Carlo G. Cereti, Sebastien Gondet, The Funerary Landscape Between Naqš-e Rostam and Estaḫr (Persepolis Region). Discovery of a New Group of Late Sasanian Inscribed Rock-Cut Niches, Iranica Antiqua, 50 (2015), pp. 367-403.
  75. Carlo G. Cereti, Studi Orientali, in T. Gregory and M. Bray, Treccani. Novanta anni di cultura italiana 1925-2015, Roma 2015, pp. 145-162.
  76. Carlo G. Cereti, Gherardo Gnoli, in Encyclopaedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater, 2015, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/gnoli-gherardo.
  77. Carlo G. Cereti, Gayōmard, in Encyclopaedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater 2015, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/gayomard.
  78. Carlo G. Cereti, Zaehner Robert Charles, in  Encyclopaedia Iranica Online, ed. Eh. Yarshater 2015, http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/zaehner-robert. 11573/820603
  79. Carlo G. Cereti, Gianfilippo Terribili, Alessandro Tilia, Paikuli in its Geographical Context, in A. Krasnowolska, R. Rusek-Kowalska, Studies on the Iranian world I. Before Islam,  Cracow 2015, 267-278.
  80. Carlo G. Cereti, Myth, Legends, Eschatologies, in M. Stausberg and Y. S.-D. Vevaina, The Blackwell Companion to the Study of Zoroastrianism, Chichester, West Sussex, 2015, pp. 259-272. 11573/819286
  81. Carlo G. Cereti, Lingue e linguaggi nell’Iran Altomedievale, in. M.C. Benvenuto and P. Martino, Linguaggi per un nuovo umanesimo, Roma 2015, pp. 153-172.
  82. C.G. Cereti, Luca Colliva, Activities of Sapienza-University of Rome in Iraqi Kurdistan: Erbil, Sulaimaniyah and Duhok, in K. Kopanias and J. MacGinnis, The Archaeology of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Adjacent Regions, Oxford 2016, pp. 49-56.
  83. C.G. Cereti, L’Iran preislamico: dagli Achemenidi ai Sasanidi, in C. Tiussi, M. Novello e M. Belgiojoso, Leoni e tori dall’Antica Persia ad Aquileia. Tesori, ori, sculture achemenidi e sasanidi dal Museo di Tehran e da Persepoli, Aquileia 2016, pp. 21-28 and 39-46 .
  84. C. G. Cereti, Middle Persian Literature,  in M. Moazami, Zoroastrianism. A Collection of Articles from the Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York NY, 2016, pp. 768-96. 11573/961532
  85. C.G. Cereti, Šeʾer dar Irān-e bāstān, in K. Bojnurdi, H. Rezāʿi Bāghbidi, M. Jaʿafari Dehaqi, Tārikh-e Jāmeʿ-e Irān, Vol. 5, Tehran 2016, pp.  607-619.
  86. Carlo G. Cereti and Zohreh Bassiri, On a Few Sasanian Bullae from the Collections of the National Museumof Iran, in R. Gyselen, Words and symbols: Sasanian objects and the Tabarestān archive, Res Orientales. Vol. XXIV, Bur-sur-Yvette, 2016, pp. 9-26.
  87. Carlo G. Cereti,  A short note on MHDA 38, E. Morano, E. Provasi and A. Rossi,Studia Philologica Iranica. Gherardo Gnoli Memorial Volume, Roma 2017, pp. 23-30.
  88. Carlo G. Cereti, Pahlavi, in D. Selden and Ph. Vasunia, Literatures of the Roman Empire, Oxford, Oxford University Press, Online publication 2017http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199699445.001.0...).
  89. A. Asadi and C. G. Cereti, Two New Pahlavi Inscriptions from Fars Province, Iran, in Maria Vittoria Fontana (ed.), Istakhr (Iran) 2011-2016. Historical ad Archaeological Essays, Quaderni di Vicino Oriente XIII-2018, Roma, pp. 87-106.
  90. Carlo G. Cereti, Two late Pahlavi Inscriptions from the Alburz Mountains: Lājim and Mil-e Rādekān, in J. Hameen-Antilla, Translation and Transmission in the Eastern Mediterranean 500 BC–1500 AD, Munster, 2019, pp. 56-94.
  91. Carlo G. Cereti, Once more on the Bandiān Inscriptions, in Y. Moradi (ed.), AfarinNameh Essays on the archaeology of Iran in Honour of Mehdi Rahbar, Tehran, 2019, 149-156.
  92. Carlo G. Cereti, Luca Colliva, Gianfilippo Terribili, Il monumento di Paikuli, (Kurdistan –Iraq). Ricerche e nuove attività sul campo, Scienze dell’Antichità 25.1 (2019), pp. 3-10..
  93. Carlo G. Cereti, From Middle to New Persian. Written Materials from Northern Iran and Khorasan,  Vicino Oriente 23 (2019), pp. 95-107.
  94. Carlo G. Cereti, Radicalismo e Patrimonio Culturale, in id. Estremismo e radicalismo, le ragioni del dialogo, Roma 2019, pp. 47-64.
  95. Carlo G. Cereti, Mithra nell’onomastica medioiranica, Festschrift Adriano V. Rossi, Napoli, 2020, pp. 131-152.
  96. Carlo G. Cereti, Khorasan iv. Pre-Islamic history, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York, N.Y., 2020, pp. 596-599.
  97. Carlo G. Cereti, Milīkā Hiydarī and Rida Mihr Āfarīn Barrasi ravand-taghiirāt sabki jaygāh tadfin zartuštiyān-e Irān va parsiyān-e hend, [Review of the Trend of Stylistic Changes in the Burial Place of Iranian Zoroastrians and Indian Persians], Pažuhešhā-ye Adiyāni [Religious Studies], Vol. 8 1399 [2020], pp. 261-264.
  98. Carlo G. Cereti, Are the Provincial Capitals of Ērānšahr really Provincial Capitals?, Vicino Oriente XXIV (2020), pp. 135-149.DOI:10.53131/VO2724-587X2020_8
  99. Mohammadreza Nemati , Mehdi Mousavinia , Eberhard Sauer & Carlo G. Cereti (2020) Largest Ancient Fortress of South-West Asia and the Western World? Recent Fieldwork at Sasanian Qaleh Iraj at Pishva, Iran, Iran, 58:2 (2020) pp. 190-220, DOI:10.1080/05786967.2019.1586449 (pubblicato online 03/19).
  100. Carlo G. Cereti, Barbara Faticoni, Carlo Marchetti, Gianfilippo Terribili, Massimiliano Vassalli, Il monumento di Narseh da Paikuli a Sulaimaniyah. Nuove attività archeologiche e allestimento espositivo del materiale presso lo Slemani Museum, Scienze dell’Antichità 26.1 (2020), pp. 3- 11.
  101. Carlo G. Cereti, Remarks on The cities of Ērānšahr and its date in the light of the Xwadāy-nāmag and Sasanian primary sources, in Mohsen Ashtiany and Mauro Maggi (eds), A turquoise coronet: studies in Persian language and literature, Wiesbaden 2021, pp. 79-96.
  102. Carlo G. Cereti, Narseh, Armenia and the Paikuli Inscription, Electrum 28 (Special Issue, The Kingdom of Greater Armenia and its Neighbours) 2021, pp. 69-87. [DOI 10.4467/20800909EL.21.007.13365]
  103. Carlo G. Cereti, MAIKI Activities on the Paikuli Monument and its Surroundings, East and West N.S. 1 2020 [2021], pp- 319-332.
  104. Carlo G. Cereti et al., Ērānšahr: Uomo, ambiente e societa nell’Iran arsacide e sasanide. Testimonianze scritte, cultura materiale e societa da Arsace a Yazdegard III, Scienze dell’Antichità 27.1 (2021), pp. 27-63.
  105. Carlo G. Cereti, Zoroaster’s Legend in the Late Antiquity and the Middle ages, in Gh. Dabiri, Narrating Power and Authority in Late Antique and Medieval Hagiographies from East to West, Turnhout: Brepols, 2021, pp. 85-102.
  106. Carlo G. Cereti., M. MousaviNia and M.R. Nemati, The Ostraka in Qaleh Iraj, Iran, inE. Sauer (ed.), Ancient Arms Race: Antiquity’s Largest Fortresses and Sasanian Military Networks of Northern Iran. A joint fieldwork project by the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handcraft and Tourism Organisation, the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research and the Universities of Edinburgh, Aix-Marseilles, Bradford, Durham, Esfahan, Göttingen, Neyshabuhr, Rome, St Andrews and Tbilisi and the CNRS, Paris (2014-2016). British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs Series, Oxford: Oxbow, 2022. [forthcoming]
  107. Carlo G. Cereti., M. MousaviNia and M.R. Nemati, Ray and Varamin in the Sasanian Period, Journal of Persianate Studies 14 (2021).[forthcoming]
  108. Carlo G.Cereti and Amin Shayeste Doust, The Divorce function in Sassanian and post-Sassanian texts, Journal of Persianate Studies 14 (2021).[forthcoming]
  109. Carlo G. Cereti, Mehdi Mousavi Nia and Mohammad Reza Nemati, Ray and Pahlaw in the context of Sasanian Iran, Journal of Persianate Studies 14 (2021). [forthcoming]
  110. Carlo G. Cereti, Tradizione e continuità nell’Impero Sasanide: Il monumento di Paikuli, Atti della Conferenza Egitto e Vicino Oriente Antico, Napoli 13-14 giugno 2019. [Forthcoming].
  111. Carlo G. Cereti, Epic Compositions, and Entertainment Literature in Sasanian Persia, in T. Daryaee and R. Shayegan, Blackwell Companion to the Sasanian Empire, Chichester, West Sussex, forthcoming.
  112. Carlo G. Cereti, Kurdistan vii. History Pre-Islamic Period, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York, N.Y., forthcoming
  113. Carlo G. Cereti, Kušān-šahr, in Encyclopaedia Iranica, New York, N.Y., forthcoming
  114. Carlo G. Cereti, The Ostraka in Qaleh Iraj, in E. Sauer et al. (eds), Ancient Arms Race: Antiquity’s Largest Fortresses and Sasanian Military Networks of Northern Iran. A joint fieldwork project by the Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handcraft and Tourism Organisation, the Iranian Center for Archaeological Research and the Universities of Edinburgh, Aix-Marseilles, Bradford, Durham, Esfahan, Göttingen, Neyshabuhr, Rome, St Andrews and Tbilisi and the CNRS, Paris (2014-2016). British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs Series, Oxford: Oxbow.forthcoming.

 
 
 
 
 
Reviews
 
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, Recensione di: F.M. Kotwal e Ph.G. Kreyenbroek, The Hērbedestān and Nērangestān. Vol. I: Hērbedestān, Paris 1992, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 53 (1993), pp. 345-49.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, Recensione di: R. Gyselen, La géographie administrative de l’empire sassanide. Les témoignages sigillographiques, Paris 1989, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 53 (1993), pp. 349-52.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of : Tanya M. Luhrman, The Good Parsi - The Fate of a Colonial elite in a Postcolonial Society, Harvard University Press, 1996, East and West 48 (1998), pp. 218-224
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of : Judith Josephson, The Pahlavi Translation Technique as Illustrated by Hōm Yašt, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Iranica Upsaliensia, 2, Uppsala 1997; pp. 214, Die Sprache 38.2 (1996) [1998], pp. 219-23.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of : Sh. Shaked, Dualism in Transformation. Varieties of Religion in Sasanian Iran, London 1994, Annali dell’Ististuto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 55 (1995), pp. 1-4.
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of Charles Melville (ed.), Proceedings of the Third Europaean Conference of Iranian Studies held in Cambridge, 11th to 15th September 1995, part 2: Mediaeval and Modern Persian Studies, Wiesbaden 1999, in RSO 77 (2003), pp. 284-91.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of F. Wahman and G. Asatrian, Notes on the Language and Ethnography of the Zoroastrians of Yazd, Copenhagen 2002, in East and West 54 (2004) [2005], pp. 322-23.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of Gyselen, R. Noveaux matériaux pour la géographie historique de l'Empire Sassanide: sceaux administratifs de la collection Ahmad Saeedi. Orientalistische Literaturzeitung,vol. 101, (2006), pp. 542-546.
  9. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of  Touraj Daryaee, The Oxford Handbook of Iranian Studies, Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 84 (2013), pp. 174-176.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of S. Azarnouche, Husraw ī Kawādān ud rēdag-ē, Paris 2013, WZKM 104 (2014), pp. 361-364.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti, review of Mihaela Timus, Cosmogonie et eschatologie. Articulations conceptuelles du système religieux zoroastrien (Studia iranica - Cahier 54), Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes, Paris 2015, Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni, 2016, pp. 491-493.
  12. Carlo G. Cereti, recensione di Ugo Bianchi, Religions in Antiquity, 2 voll., a cura di Lorenzo Bianchi, Milano 2014 and 2015, Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni, 2017, pp. 303-306.
  13. Carlo G. Cereti, review of Alberto Cantera, Vers une édition de la liturgie longue zoroastrienne:  pensées et travaux préliminaires, Studia Iranica, Cahier 51, Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes, Paris 2014, Orientalische Literaturzeitung, vol 112\4-5, 2017, pp. 406-410.
  14. Carlo G. Cereti, Review of Foltz, Richard. Religions of Iran: From Prehistory to the Present.
  15. London: Oneworld Publications, 2013. 314pp. ISBN 978-1-78074, Dabir 2018\5, pp. 86-89.

 
 
Other
 

  1. Carlo G. Cereti, Terzo Congresso Internazionale di Studi Manichei, Annali dell’Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli 52 (1992), pp. 486-88.
  2. Carlo G. Cereti, Second International Congress of the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute Bombay, 5-8 January 1995, East and West 45 (1995), pp. 405-07.
  3. Carlo G. Cereti, David Neil MacKenzie, East and West 51 (2001) [2003], pp. 417-21.
  4. Carlo G. Cereti, and F. Vajifdar, Biography of Jamshid Soroushian, in Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003, pp. ix-xviii.
  5. Carlo G. Cereti, and F. Vajifdar, Editors’ preface, Atash-e Dorun. The Fire Within. Jamshid Soroush Soroushian Memorial Volume II, n.l. 2003, pp. xxxvii-xxxviii.
  6. Carlo G. Cereti, Foreword, in C.G. Cereti, B. Melasecchi and F. Vajifdar (eds), Orientalia romana 7: Varia Iranica, Roma 2004, p. 7.
  7. Carlo G. Cereti and M. Maggi, Preface in C. G. Cereti and M. Maggi (eds), Orientalia Romana 8: Middle Iranian Lexicography. Proceedings of the Conference held in Rome, 9-11 April 2001. Roma 2005, pp. 5-6.
  8. Carlo G. Cereti,  Iraj Afshar, in Bukhara, Khordad-Tir 1392 (2011), pp. 791-794.
  9. Carlo G. Cereti, In memoria di Gherardo Gnoli, Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 84 (2012), pp. 59-68.
  10. Carlo G. Cereti, Gherardo Gnoli, Iran Nameh 28\1 (2013), pp. 29-43.
  11. Carlo G. Cereti et al., La Cittadella. Fascinazioni dell’antica Erbil, cuore del Kurdistan in Iraq \ The Citadel. Fascinations of the ancient Erbil, Heart of Iraqi Kurdistan, Bologna 20152.
  12. Carlo G. Cereti et al., CNR for the Sasanian Landscape of Fars, Roma 2017.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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