By ZENIT Staff

The Holy Father has appointed as deputy prefect of the Vatican Apostolic Library Dr. Timothy James Janz, scriptor graecus and director of the Printed Books Department of the Vatican Apostolic Library.

Dr. Timothy James Janz

Dr. Timothy James Janz was born in Basle on April 1, 1966. He carried out his classical studies at the University of Laval, Québec, Canada, and was subsequently awarded a degree in classic Greek literature from the La Sorbonne University of Paris and a doctorate in classics from the University of Oxford.

He entered the Vatican Apostolic Library as deputy assistant and has published numerous articles, monographs, contributions and reviews both on the Greek tradition of the Bible, the Septuagint, and on classic Greek texts and the catalog of Greek manuscripts of the Vatican Apostolic Library.

In addition, he has collaborated on various projects in the same Library and was gradually promoted until he was appointed as scriptor graecus in 2011, and director of the Printed Books Department in 2016.

He is a member of the Board of the Library.

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