Davide Amendola completed his PhD in Classics and Ancient History at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa (2017), where he also received his BA (2010) and MA (2012). At the SNS, he has subsequently served as a postdoctoral research assistant for the project Greek Envoys and Diplomacy in the Hellenistic and Roman World (GED). He has also held visiting fellowships at Princeton University (Department of Classics) and at the École Normale Supérieure of Lyon. His research focuses on Greek political, institutional, social and cultural history, chiefly in the late Classical and Hellenistic ages. He is especially interested in ancient historical writing and antiquarianism, Greek inscriptions and epigraphic habit, papyrology, Attic oratory and Athenian political discourse. He also works on the reception of ancient historiography in Renaissance Italy and, more generally, on the history of Classical scholarship.