Prof. Vincenzo Regina, president of the Heraldic Genealogical Institute of the Kingdom of Naples, was born in Naples in Italy in 1966, and he is a professional heraldist and genealogist researcher, with about 30 years experience. He is also a historian, philologist, teacher, author of essays and academic textbooks, publisher.
At the University of Naples Federico II, he earned a degree in Philosophy and a PhD in Modern Philology.
He is specialized in heraldry and genealogy research in the archives in Italy until the thirteenth century and relating to Italians in the world and in the reading of medieval and modern manuscripts and he is an expert in public and private manuscript letters of modern and contemporary age.
His work as a heraldist and a genealogist began in 1985 reconstructing the history of his family. In 1992 he started his professional career and at the end of 1993 he opened in Naples the Studio of Humanistic Research and in 1997 the Heraldic and Genealogical Institute of the Kingdom of Naples, which is based in Naples in 42 Giuseppe Mancinelli Street.
Prof. Vincenzo Regina has performed research throughout Italy and especially in Central and Southern Italy and Sicily also collaborating with leading Italian and international heraldry and genealogy research institutes.
Prof. Vincenzo Regina has written several books of history: essays on the history of Naples, essays on manuscript letters of modern and contemporary age, academic textbooks on ancient and medieval history.
As a subject closely linked to the history of the Kingdom of Naples, the history of the Neapolitan noble families, history of Naples and its monuments are (the title is translated):
Vincenzo Regina, Ancient Naples, Rome, Newton Compton, 1994
Vincenzo Regina, The churches of Naples, Rome, Newton Compton, 1995.