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Death of Prof. Cerenza: condolences from the Center for Culture and History of Amalfi, of which he was the founder
“To him the merit and the eternal gratitude for having started in Amalfi the first international laboratory for medieval historical research and studies and thereby the most flourishing and exciting Amalfi publishing season.”
Posted by (Redazione LdA), Saturday, June 4, 2022 1:47:28 PM
Last updated on Saturday, June 4, 2022 13:47:28
At the age of 92, the professor died yesterday Andrea Cerenzafor years teaches at Amalfi’s Commercial Technical Institute and founder of Amalfi’s Culture and History Center.
Chairman Giuseppe Cobaltothe Management Board and the members of the Center, Terrified, they share in the pain of their families over the death of Professor Andrea Cerenza, President Emeritus, founder and, for the first five decades, a zealous and ardent advocate of the association. a gentleman with an ancient grace, a historian and an attentive and generous teacher, a stern scholar who tirelessly illustrated with doctrine to colleagues, scholars and young students, extraordinary historical event of the Duchy of Amalfi in the early medieval Mediterranean. eternal gratitude for having started and consolidated in Amalfi the first fruitful international laboratory for research and medieval history studies and thereby the most flourishing and exciting publishing season of documentary and non-fiction sources for history, art and identity culture Amalfi. God have him in glory «.
The Cultural Center’s condolences are joined by the Pro Loco di Scala association: We feel obliged to express our gratitude for the research and study for our city. We remember, among other writings on Scala’s historical-artistic heritage, a very interesting biography of the scientific historian Gaetano Mansi, from whom the famous “Fondo Mansi” has named after the National Library of Badia di Cava de ‘Tirreni, co-founder of the Center for Culture and History in Amalfi, and as president he brought local history to the forefront by involving Italian and foreign researchers and academics.
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