List of Great Italian Historical Personalities Started With "B"

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List of Great Italian Historical Personalities Started With "B"

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Baccelli, Guido (Rome 1832-1916) Italian medical doctor; professor of legal medicine and ...
Barbaro, Daniele (Venice 1514-1570) Italian historian and scientist. Official historian and ambassador in England of Venetian Republic.
Barberini, Antonio (Florence 1569-Rome 1646) brother of Maffeo (pope Urban VIII). ...
Barberini, Carlo a brother of Maffeo (future pope Urban VIII) and Antonio; father of Francesco, Taddeo and Antonio the Younger.
Barberini, Francesco (Florence 1597-Rome 1679) a son of Carlo, brother of Urban VIII, became a cardinal in 1623, was a legate in Avignon, a State Secretary, governor of Tivoli and of Fermo, bishop of Sabina, Porto and Ostia.
Barberini, Francesco (Rome 1662-1738), great grandson of Urban VIII, cardinal (1690), legate in ...
Barberini, Taddeo (Rome 1603-Paris 1647) husband of Anna Colonna, general of the Church, prefect of Rome in 1631, prince of Palestrina and grandee of Spain
Barbo, Marco (Venice 1420 - Rome 1491) bishop of Treviso and of Vicenza (1464), cardinal and patriarch of Aquileia (1474) bishop of Palestrina in 1478; a candidate to the papal throne after the death of Sixtus IV; diplomat and maecenas.
Baronio, Cesare (Sora, Frosinone, 1538-Rome 1607) Italian cardinal and historian. ...
Belli, Giuseppe Gioachino (Rome 1791-1863) the great Roman poet who with his 2279 sonnets in Roman dialect represented Rome between 1830-1847.
Berenson, Bernard (Vilna, Lithunia 1865-Florence 1959) art critic and historian
Berlioz, Hector (Louis) (1803-1869) French composer, regarded as a pioneer of modern orchestration His works include the Symphonie fantastique (1830), the opears Les Troyens (1856-1859) and Beatrice et Benedict (1860-62), the cantata La Damnation de Faust (1846), and the oratorio L'Enfance du Christ (1854).
Bernis, Francois Joachim De Pierre, cardinal of (Saint-Marcel-d'Ardeche, 1715 - Rome 1794) French minister and diplomate. ...
Bessarione, Giovanni (Trebisonda 1403-Ravenna 1472) Bizantine humanist and cardinal. ...
Bibbiena (Bernardo Dovizi) (Bibbiena, Arezzo, 1470-Rome 1520) Italian humanist and diplomat. He was dedicated to Medici and Leo X made him cardinal in 1513
Bocconi, Ferdinando and Luigi Ferdinando (Milan 1836-1908), Luigi (...-1900) Italian industrialists, founders ...
Bohemia a former kingdom of entral Europe, surrounded by mountains: independent from the 9th to the 13th century; belonged to the Hapsburgs from 1526 until 1918
Bonaparte, Giuseppe (Ajaccio 1768-Florence 1844) king of Naples, later king of Spain, the elder brother of Napoleon I. He worked as a lawer in Corsica, but in 1788 escaped to France because of anti-French popular uprising.
Bonaparte, Maria Letizia Ramolino (Ajaccio 1750-Rome 1836) a mother of Napoelon I. ...
Bonaparte, Maria Paola (named Pauline) (Ajaccio 1780-Florence 1825), princess Borghese, duchess of Guastalla, the 2nd sister of Napoleon I. In 1793 married a general Leclerc and followed him ...
Boncompagni Ludovisi, Baldassare (Rome 1821-1894) Italian mathematician, prince, interested in studies of medieval meths; he edited the Works of Leonardo Pisano and occupied himself a lot in historical research. ...
Bonelli, Michele (Bosco, Alessandria, 1541 - Rome 1598) A member of Domenican order, cardinal from 1566, a member of pontifical administration, in 1571 a legate in Spain, Portugal and France, a general vicar of Rome and of Pontifical State.
Boni, Giacomo (Venice 1859-Rome1925) Italian archeologist. After studies of architecture ...
Borghese, Camillo Filippo Ludovico (1775-1832) a son of Marcantonio IV, an officer of Nepoleon's army; married in 1803 Pauline Bonaparte, a sister of Napoleon and widow of general Leclerc. ...
Borghese, Marcantonio IV (1730-1800) a prince of Sulmona and of Rossano, senator of Roman Republic; husband of Anna Maria Salviati; innovated the arrangement of the Villa Borghese in Rome; had Ennio Quirino Visconti to illustrate his collections of art in one volume.
Borghese, Scipione (1576-1633) he was made a cardinal by his uncle pope Paul V. He was a protector of G.L.Bernini, and ordered construction of the Palace Broghese (future Galleria Borghese) where collected numerous works of art.
Borgi, Giovanni (Rome 1732-1798) Italian benefactor. He was named Tata Giovanni ...
Borgia, Cesare (Rome circa 1475-castello di Viana, Pamplona, 1507) Italian prince, son of Rodrigo Borgia future pope Alexander VI and of Vannozza Catanei.
Borgia, Lucrezia (Rome 1480-castello di Belriguardo, Ferrara, 1519) duchess of Ferrara; daughter of Vannozza Cattanei and cardinal Rodrigo Borgia, later pope Alexander VI, sister of Cesare Borgia.
Borri, Giuseppe Francesco (Milan 1627-Rome 1695) Italian adevnturer, after studies of medicinein Rome he became an alchemist and dedicated himself to magic and obtained easy fame and money.
Borromeo, Federico (Milan 1564-1631) cardinal and bishop of Milan.
Bourbon, Charles III (1490-1527), count of Montpensier, of Forez, of Mercoeur and of Clermont ...
Brancaccio, Francesco Maria (1592-1675) cardinal in 1633, highly educated person and scholar, he founded and granted to Naples a Library which is called after him.
Braschi-Onesti, Luigi (Cesena 1745-Rome 1816) duke of Nemi, pontifical politician. ...
Bruno, Giordano (1548-1600) Italian philosopher, who developed a pantheistic monistic philosophy: he was burnt at the stake for heresy.
Burckhardt, Hans (Nieder-Haslach, near Strasbourg, circa 1450 - Rome 1506) German reviews'...
Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824) British Romantic poet, noted also for his passionate and disastrous...
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