Caterina Magni (born 1966) is an Italian-born French archaeologist and anthropologist, who specialises in the study of pre-Columbian cultures of Mesoamerica, and in particular the iconography, art and mythology and religion of the Olmec civilization. From 2001 Magni has held a Maître de conférences position in Mesoamerican archaeology at the University of Paris IV: Paris-Sorbonne, Paris.
Magni has authored a number of articles on Olmec iconography for scientific journals, and two books.
She is a member of the Société Archéologique du Midi de la France (SAMF).
Published works by Magni include:
- authored books—
- Magni, Caterina (1999). Archéologie du Mexique: les Olmèques. Paris: Éditions Artcom’. ISBN 2-912741-24-6. OCLC 43630189. (French)
- Magni, Caterina (2003). Les Olmèques: des origines au mythe. Paris: Éditions du Seuil. ISBN 2-02-054991-3. OCLC 52385926. (French)
- Curriculum vitae (MAGNI, Caterina) at Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) (French)
- Caterina Magni (portrait), Clio (French)
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