Ludovico Di Caporiacco
Count Of Caporiacco his family pedigree traces back to Thirteenth century noblemen of the Friuli region, Italy. He Obtained his degree in Natural Sciences in 1920, taught Zoology and Comparative Anatomy since 1929. In 1943 Became Professor of Zoology at the Faculty of Science at the University of Parma. He participated in the Captain Orestes Marchesi Expedition to the Gebel Uweinat, a mountain massif in the boundary between Sudan, Lybia, and Egypt. There, together with the Hungarian explorer Count Almasy, he discovered the Ain Doua paintings in 1933.