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Mihály Nagy

MIHÁLY NAGY (Kaba, 1957) holds a degree in archaeology from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and a PhD in history from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In 1983 he joined the Hungarian National Museum, where he later worked as Head of the Department of Roman Antiquities and Scientific Secretary to the General Director. He curated exhibitions of the Hungarian National Museum, among others The First Chinese Emperor’s Terracotta Army, the most successful exhibition of its kind, and Lapidarium, a permanent exhibition of Roman stones. He has represented the Hungarian Government as an expert witness in the Sevso trial. From 1998 he participated in the setting up of the Department of Monuments and Sites in the newly created Ministry of National Cultural Heritage. He also worked at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture in Brussels as a policy officer managing the European Year of Creativity and Innovation. He writes and lectures widely on the above subjects.

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