Alessio Persic

Alessio Persic
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart | UNICATT · Department of Religious Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Alessio Peršič, native of Friuli region, Italy, studied Classics at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa and the State University of Trieste. He is now a professor of Hagiography and Patristics at the Faculty of Humanities and at the Higher Institute of Religious Sciences of the Catholic University of Milan; he teaches courses in Patrology also at the Theological Faculty of Padua. He deals mainly with the early Greek Christian writers, but without neglecting the Latin authors of Aquileia.
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April 1985 - present
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart
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  • Professor

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Grammar and vocabulary of the Slovenian dialect of Cergneu / Čarneja (Friuli, Italy) written from Nicolò Persic (Šempas 6.12.1922 - Udine 19.5.2004), father of Alessio Persic.

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The theological use of Pindar by Clement of Alexandria.