Mary-Anne Zagdoun was born January 28th 1947 in Alexandria (Egypt), and was trained as an archaeologist. While she was a member of the l'école française d'archéologie d'Athènes (1972-1977), she wrote numerous articles on ancient sculpture.

She published two books as well, Relief de Delphes (Fouilles de Delphes IV, 6-1977) and La sculpture archaïsante dans l'art hellénistique et dans l'art romain du Haut-Empire (Bibliothèque des écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome, 269-1989).

From 1990, she turns toward philosophy - mostly ancient - which forms her second studies. Doctor of Philosophy from Université Paris IV, since 1998 she is director of research at the CNRS (Centre National de Recherche Scientifique) and author of La philosophie stoïcienne de l'art, a first book covering this vast subject, published in 2000 by the CNRS éditions.



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