Balbo, Count Cesare (male) 11/21/1789 - 06/03/1853 Italian

    Writer and statesman; prime minister of Sardinia.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Borsari, Luigi (male) Italian

    Archaeologist and topographer; wrote Topografia di Roma antica (1897), The Roman Forum in the Light of Recent Discoveries (1904), and other works.

    de Gubernatis, Angelo (male) 1846 - 02/26/1913 Italian

    Man of Letters and Orientalist; philologist; professor of Sanskript

    DePrati, Joachim (male) 1790 - 1863 Italian

    An Italian refugee; born before 1795, died after 1858; language teacher, lecturer on magnetism; wrote on literary subjects. RLF case 577; J.S. Mill, Coll. Works 12:203; 23:674-76, 689-91.

    Foscolo, Ugo (male) 02/06/1778 - 09/10/1827 Italian

    Poet and Italian patriot; write in Italian poems, tragedies, and various political and literary works; fled to England 1816; prominent in Whig circles; wrote for Edinburgh Review, Quarterly Review, New Monthly Magazine, London Magazine, others. See ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Fusco, Edward (male) 1822 - 1873 Italian

    Also known as Edorardo Nicola Fusco.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Gallenga, Antonio Carlo Napoleone (male) 11/04/1810 - 12/17/1895 Italian

    Born in Italy; fled Italy as political agitator for America; naturalized in England 1847; Professor of Italian at Univ. Col. London; correspondent for the Times; wrote books on Italy under the name of Luigi Mariotti. See Boase IV: 379-80, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Granatelli, Franco Maccagnone (male) 07/21/1807 - 1857 Italian

    Prominent figure in Palermo; president of Sicilian Academy of Science and Letters; political refugee in London.

    Lanciani, Rodolfo Amedeo (male) 01/01/1845 - 05/22/1929 Italian

    Archaeologist; expert in ancient Roman topography; professor of Roman topography at the Università di Roma.

    Moscati, Francesco (male) 1774 - 06/30/1847 Italian

    Known for making unreliable claims; during the Napoleonic wars Moscati probably contributed to Roman and other Italian periodicals; gave literary lectures in London in 1831-2; wrote for Blackwood's, the New Monthly, the Monthly, the Athenaeum, and other periodicals. See http://www.victorianresearch.org/Obscure_contributors.html.

    Panizzi, Antonio (male) 09/16/1797 - 04/08/1879 Italian University of Parma

    Political refugee; professor of Italian at London University; librarian of British Museum; wrote about the British Museum, the works of Dante, and other subjects. See Boase II: 1327-8, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Pepoli, Carlos (male) 07/22/1796 - 12/06/1881 Italian

    Politician, poet, and journalist; headed provisional government in Bologna 1851; lived in England 1831-1859; held an appointment at Glasgow University; author of I puritani e cavalieri (1835), On the language and literature of Italy (1838). See Boase II: 1459.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Villari, Pasquale (male) 10/03/1827 - 12/11/1917 Italian

    Historian; expert on renaissance Florence;

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