October 9, 1998

Federico Zeri, considered the world's greatest historian of Italian art, has died. Professor Zeri, 77, was never offered a university post in his own country. He recently described the university system as one of Italy's three biggest cancers, the other two being bureaucracy and the Roman Catholic Church.

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