Talk:Philip Osipovich Paulucci

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Marquis citation?[edit]

RU wikipedia gives the following as a citation for the French title: [1], which is a pre-pub (I think) edition of an Italian biography. If someone with better Italian wants to poke into it, that would be good. Citation in case it disappears (even though it's uploaded by the author): Маркиз Паулуччи: Filippo Paulucci delle Roncole (1779-1849) / Virgilio Ilari, con Maurizio Lo Re, Tatiana Polo e Piero Crociani (Società Italiana di Storia Militare; Actes Edizioni Milano, 2013). No ISBN listed which is why I think it's a pre-print.
EmyP (talk) 11:54, 4 January 2014 (UTC)

I'm afraid I cannot understand what is your point: the "French title" you are referring to is actually an inherited title, given to the grandfather of Filippo Paulucci in 1738. Moreover, the issue about the pre-pub edition is non longer valid, because the online document currently report its ISBN code: 978-88-909551-2-9. I hope this is a reasonable answer to the problem you (correctly) reported a few years ago.
Lord Ics (talk) 17 March 2017 —Preceding undated comment added 22:20, 17 March 2017 (UTC)