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Arisi, Francesco

Record IDcnp01875671
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01875671
Gendermale
Biographical Data1657 - 1743
Place of BirthCremona
Place of DeathCremona
Last Edit2020-05-27

General Note

Ital. Schriftsteller und Jurist aus Cremona, gest. 24.6.1743; (Bruder des Mönchs Don Desiderio Arisi, Zeitgenosse von F. Stradivari)
Jurist, Italien
Poète, juriste et historien. A aussi écrit en latin.
Vize-Kustos.
Włoski prawnik i literat, pochodził z Cremony. Pseud.: Asirio Franco dalla Torre.

More Information

Further Biographical Data1657-1743
03.02.1657-25.06.1743
Cremona, 1657-1743
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)Italian
ActivityPersonen zu Literaturgeschichte (Schriftsteller) (12.2p) (sswd)
Personen zu Recht (7.14p) (sswd)
Jurist (gnd)
Literaturwissenschaftler (gnd)
CountryItalien
Geographic NoteIT (iso3166)
NationalityItalian

Place of Activity

Place of BirthCrémone, Italie (1657)
Lieu de naissance
Cremona
Birthplace and place of death
Cremona
Geburtsort
Cremona
Geburtsort
Place of DeathCrémone, Italie (1743)
Lieu de mort
Cremona
Birthplace and place of death

Names

HeadingArisi, Francesco
used in: National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg
Arisi, Francesco
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany); NUKAT union catalogue of Polish academic and research libraries
Arisi, Francesco
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Variant NameArisi, F.
Arisius, Franciscus
Arisius, Franc.
Arisius, Francesco
Arrisi, Francesco
Asirio Franco dalla Torre

Sources

Found inLCAuth. — WBIS. — BN Cat. gén.. — LCA online. — CERL online. — Encicl. italiana
Imprint SourcesCremona literata, seu In Cremonenses doctrinis & literariis dignitatibus eminentiores chronologicae adnotationes / Auctore Francisco Arisio, ... Ordinum Conservatore, 1702-1741
Arisi, Francesco: Cremona literata s. in Cremonenses doctrinis [et] literariis dignitatib
Arisi, Francesco: Cremona literata. - 1702 - 1741
Arisi, Francesco: Practorum Cremonae series chronologica. - 1731
Cremona literata, seu in Cremonenses doctrinis et literariis dignitatibus eminentiores chronologicae adnotationes /auctore Francisco Arisio, 1702-1704
Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime di scrittori italiani. T. 1 /di G. M. [i.e. Gaetano Melzi]. - Milano, 1848
Il cieco che vede chiaro. - 1797
Kp. Lezione Di Cintio Di Nico Gattafilota Sopra la Canzone della Coppetta In perdita della Gatta. - (In Gattapoli [i.e. Perugia]), [1710] (Oprac)

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