Emanuele Repetti

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Emanuele Repetti (1776-1852) was an Italian historian and naturalist who wrote extensively on the history of Tuscany. He was born in Carrara.[1]

He contributed to the Antologia of Vieusseux and the Atti of the Accademia dei Georgofili, of which he was secretary. From 1833 to 1846, he published the Dizionario geografico, fisico e storico della Toscana, which offers an account of the natural and civic history of municipalities in Tuscany. His work was primarily cultural, historical, linguistic and archaeological in nature.


  1. ^ Italian Institute of Archaeology, University of Siena http://www.archeogr.unisi.it/repetti/paginerep/biorep.html

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