Emilio de' Cavalieri
Poème Harmonique. Claire Lefilliâtre (dessus). Raphaele Kennedy (dessus). Damien Guillon (baute contre). Jean François Lombard (taille). François Piolino (ta...
John of Procida
John of Procida (Italian: Giovanni da Procida) (1210–1298) was an Italian medieval physician and diplomat. He was born at Salerno, educated in the Schola Medica as a physician. He was a noted phys...
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Cristoforo Negri
Cristoforo Negri (1809-1896) was an Italian geographer, economist and diplomat.
Cristoforo Negri was born in Padua in 1809. He became a professor of constitutional law at the University of Padua....
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Silvana Arbia
Silvana Arbia (born 19 November 1952 in Senise, Italy) was previously the Registrar of the International Criminal Court. After gaining experience as a judge and prosecutor in Italy, Arbia made her int...
Vito Positano
Vittorio "Vito" Positano, (2 October 1833 – 26 November 1886) was an Italian diplomat known for saving the Bulgarian capital city of Sofia from burning during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878....
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Carlo Ruzzini
Carlo Ruzzini (11 November 1653 – 5 January 1735) was a Venetian diplomat, statesman and Doge.
Ruzzini was born in Venice, the eldest child of wealthy parents, Marco Ruzzini and Caterina Zeno.By t...
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Italian general election, 1948
General elections were held in Italy on Sunday 18 April 1948 to elect the First Republican Parliament. They were heavily influenced by the Cold War confrontation between the Soviet Union and the Unite...
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Pierfrancesco the Elder
Pierfrancesco de' Medici the Elder (1430 – 19 July 1476) was an Italian banker and diplomat, a member of the House of Medici of Florence.Born in Florence, he was the son of Lorenzo the Elder and Ginev...
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Guglielmo Nasi
Guglielmo Ciro Nasi (21 February 1879 – 21 September 1971) was an Italian General who fought in Italian East Africa during World War II.
Nasi was born in Civitavecchia, Latium. From 1924-192...
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Francesco Berlinghieri
Francesco Berlinghieri (1440–1501) was an Italian scholar and humanist who lived during the fifteenth century. He promoted the value of classical Greek learning and was one of the first to print a te...
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Scipione Borghese, 10th Prince of Sulmona
Prince Luigi Marcantonio Francesco Rodolfo Scipione Borghese, commonly known as Scipione Borghese (11 September 1871, Migliarino – 18 November 1927, Florence) was member of the House of Borghese and a...
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Ermolao Barbaro
Ermolao or Hermolao Barbaro, also Hermolaus Barbarus (21 May 1454 – 14 June 1493), was an Italian Renaissance scholar.
Ermolao Barbaro was born in Venice, the son of Zaccaria Barbaro, and th...
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Giacomo Durando
Giacomo Durando (February 4, 1807 – 21 August 1894) was an Italian general and statesman. His brother Giovanni was also a general of the Risorgimento and a senator.
Durando was born at Mondovì, ...
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Lorenzo Magalotti
Lorenzo Magalotti (24 October 1637 – 2 March 1712) was an Italian philosopher, author, diplomat and poet.Magalotti was born in Rome into an aristocratic family, the son of Ottavio Magalotti, Prefect o...
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Girolamo Lucchesini
Girolamo Lucchesini (May 7, 1751 – October 20, 1825) was a diplomat of the Kingdom of Prussia.Lucchesini was born at Lucca, the eldest son of Marquis Lucchesini.In 1779 he went to Berlin where K...
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Emilio de' Cavalieri
Emilio de' Cavalieri (c. 1550 – March 11, 1602) was an Italian composer, producer, organist, diplomat, choreographer and dancer at the end of the Renaissance era. His work, along with that of ot...
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Buscarello de Ghizolfi
Buscarello de Ghizolfi, or Buscarel of Gisolfe was a European who settled in Persia in the 13th century while it was part of the Mongol Ilkhanate. He was a Mongol ambassador to Europe from 1289 to 130...
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Guido Colonna di Paliano
Don Guido Colonna, dei principi di Paliano, noble of Rome, patrician of Naples and Venice (16 April 1908 in Naples – 27 January 1982 in Milan) was an Italian aristocrat, diplomat and European Commissi...
Daniele Varè
Daniele Varè (1880-1956) was an Italian expatriate diplomat and author, most famous for the Chinese love novel The Maker of Heavenly Trousers (1935) which was republished in 2012 by Penguin Modern Cla...
Giovanni Paterniti
Giovanni Paterniti was an American Vice Consul who died in Palermo, Italy in 1911. He is interred within the Capuchin Catacombs. He was prepared by the noted embalmer Alfredo Salafia.
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