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  • Giambattista Altieri (20 June 1589 – 26 November 1654) was an Italian Catholic Cardinal. Giambattista Altieri was born 20 June 1589 in Rome, the son
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  • Giovanni Battista Re (born 30 January 1934) is an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church whose service has been primarily in the Roman Curia. He
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  • Pope Innocent VIII (Latin: Innocentius VIII; 1432 – 25 July 1492), born Giovanni Battista Cybo (or Cibo), was Pope from 29 August 1484 to his death in 1492
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  • for his surviving sculpting works: sculptures by Mariani Giambattista Marini or Giovanni Battista Marino (1569-1625), Italian poet; early pioneer of
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  • Madame d'Aulnoy, Costanza / Costanzo, by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, and The Three Crowns by Giambattista Basile Children's literature portal Russian
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  • 1685 – 30 September 1686) Giovanni Francesco Negroni (30 September 1686 – 2 January 1696) Giambattista Spinola pro hac vice (2 January 1696 – 19 March
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  • John Milton (redirect from Giovanni Milton)
    During that time, he was introduced to Giovanni Battista Manso, patron to both Torquato Tasso and to Giambattista Marino. Originally, Milton wanted to leave
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  • Pope Leo X (11 December 1475 – 1 December 1521), born Giovanni di Lorenzo de' Medici, was Pope from 9 March 1513 to his death in 1521. The second son of
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  • Giambattista Spinola (20 September 1615 – 4 January 1704) was a cardinal of the Catholic Church and an Archbishop of Genoa. Giambattista was born in Madrid
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  • Archbasilica of St. John in Lateran (Italian: Arcibasilica Papale di San Giovanni in Laterano), commonly known as St. John Lateran Archbasilica, St. John
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  • Giovanni Battista Caprara Montecuccoli (1733 – 1810) was an Italian statesman and cardinal and archbishop of Milan from 1802 to 1810. Legate of Pius VII
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  • 1648.08.31) Giovanni Domenico Spinola (1629.04.30 – 1646.08.11) Federico Baldissera Bartolomeo Cornaro (1627.11.15 – 1629.04.26) Giambattista Leni (1618
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  • Vicenza (redirect from Vicence)
    The lodges are surmounted by a crown with Christ mourned by angels, by Giambattista Albamese, also author of the five statues in the pediment. Behind the
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  • Poggio, Bishop of Tropea (23 March 1552-12 February 1556) Giovanni Michele Saraceni, Vice-Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church (24 March 1557-7 February
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  • - 18 June 1697). Marcantonio Barbarigo (1 July 1697 - 26 May 1706). Giambattista Rubini (25 June 1706 - 17 February 1707). Gianalberto Badoer (11 July
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  • Italy with his Scottish mother at the age of 11. His mother had met Giambattista in Rome in 1872 and married him in 1873. Young Danielle entered the Italian
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  • 10.25 – 1559.12.04) Giovanni Andrea Mercurio (1560.01.19 – 1561.02.02) Marco Antonio Amulio (1561.03.10 – 1561.03.17 pro illa vice Deaconry, 1561.03.17
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  • vice-chancellor in a deal with Rodrigo Borgia to elect Borgia as pope. Sforza arranged the marriage between Lucrezia Borgia and his cousin, Giovanni.
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  • with attention to the Aristotelian canons of unity. Giovanni Francesco Straparola and Giambattista Basile, which have written The Facetious Nights of Straparola
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  • Giovanni Antonio Moschini or Giannantonio Moschini (June 28, 1773 - July 8, 1840) was an Italian author and Roman Catholic Somascan priest. He was an art
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