Claudia Sanchioni (Rome, 1997) studied Conservation and Management of Cultural Heritage at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree cum laude with a thesis on the frescoes of the southern wall of San Crisogono in Rome. From 2019 to 2020 she followed a master 1 in Medieval Art at the University Paris 1 “Panthéon Sorbonne”, where she delved into the topic of Pope Gregory III’s artistic commission in Rome. She finally concluded her master in Rome cum laude, following the course “Art History in Rome” at the University of Tor-Vergata, discussing an experimental thesis on the church of Santa Maria in via Lata in the 10th century under the supervision of Professor Serena Romano and the correlation of Professor Manuela Gianandrea. In 2017 she took part in the organization of the exhibition “Giotto: la cappella degli Scrovegni” at the Scuola Grande di San Rocco in Venice. In 2018 she worked as a tour guide, tutor, and social media manager within the project “Tintoretto: 500 years since his birth” in Venice. In 2020 she took an internship at the Museum of “Petit Palais” in Paris, working in the Byzantine icons section in collaboration with the curator Madame Raphaëlle Ziadé. Finally, in 2022, she undertook a traineeship in the Michalsky Department of the Bibliotheca Hertziana. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Medieval Art History at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, where she has also been appointed as “cultrice della materia”. Her research topic is the diaconia of Santa Maria in via Lata and the southern district of via Lata in the early Middle Ages.