Sebastiano Dolci

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Sebastiano Dolci (Croatian: Sebastijan Dolci-Slade; 1699-1777) was a Ragusan writer. In 1750 he published a biography of Saint Jerome. He joined the Franciscans at the age of 14 years, in 1744 he wrote about the Franciscan Order in Ragusa;

  • Monumenti Storici della Provincia Francescana di Ragusa (Neapel).

He was also a great student of the "Ilyrian" (Croatian) language, publishing several books on this subject:

  • De Illiricae linguae vetustate et amplitudine, Venice 1754";
  • Fasti litterarii Ragusini, sive vivorum literatorum qui usque ad annum 1766 n Ragusina claruerunt ditione prospectus alphab.ordine exhibitus..."(Venice 1767). About the Ragusan/Dubrovnik Literary Chronicle)

In the theological scope, Slade translates the epistle of Hyeronymi Francisci Zanetti to illirian language (Ferrara, 1754).

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