Ghetaldi

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Ghetaldi
Ghetaldus
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Country Republic of Ragusa

The Ghetaldi (Latin: Ghetaldus, Ghetaldius, Croatian: Getaldić) was a noble family of the Republic of Ragusa.

History[edit]

The Ghetaldi were said to have come from Taranto, in 940, at the same time as the Caboga.[1]

In 1809, Ivan Ghetaldi sold some land land on Pelješac.[2] In 1847 they were given Austrian nobility.[3]

Members[edit]

  • Marino Ghetaldi (1568–1628), mathematician and philosopher.[4]
  • Luciano Ghetaldi (1528–1571), writer.
  • Bernardo Ghetaldi (d. 1548)

Austria noble family[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Viscountess Emily Anne Beaufort Smythe Strangford (1864). The Eastern Shores of the Adriatic in 1863: With a Visit to Montenegro. R. Bentley. pp. 129–. 
  2. ^ Philip Philip Edward Mosely; Robert Francis Byrnes; Leonard Bertram Schapiro (1 January 1976). Communal Families in the Balkans: The Zadruga : Essays by Philip E. Mosely and Essays in His Honor. Ind. p. 191. ISBN 978-0-268-00569-6. 
  3. ^ Rad Jugoslavenske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti. Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts: 22. 1893 https://books.google.com/books?id=eWhEAQAAMAAJ.  Missing or empty |title= (help)[title missing][author missing]
  4. ^ William Frederick Wingfield (1859). A tour in Dalmatia, Albania and Montenegro: with an historical sketch of the republic of Ragusa from the earliest times down to its final fall. R. Bentley. pp. 297–.