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Francesco Patrizi

Francesco Patrizi or also de Pretis, was born in Krk in 1529. He studied in his hometown with Petruccio da Bologna and later, he attended  University in Padua and among the students he was the president of the Congregation of

Antonio Grossich

Born in Draguc of Istria on June 7th 1849 from an ancient and worthy local family, he graduated in Wien in Medicine and Surgery in 1875. For some years Grossich practiced as medical officer in Kastav. He got the professorship

Giulio Camber Barni

Giulio Camber Barni (Trieste, 23th December 1891 – Liubovna, 24th November 1941). He was born in a family native from Dalmatia, Camber studied at the primary and secondary school in Trieste and went to the University of Wien, at the

Chino Alessi

Chino Alessi ( Bologna, 1919 – Trieste, 12th October 1996) Perhaps in no other Italian city the local newspaper has had such a strong connection with its community as happened in Trieste. A connection where “Il Piccolo”, Since Teodoro Mayer

Ruggero Giuseppe Boscovich

Ruggero Giuseppe Boscovich (Zara, 18th May 1711 – Milan, 13th February 1787) was the greatest Dalmatian scientist of every time. He was born in Zara on 18th May 1711, where he had his cultural education. In 1726 he joined the

Bernardo Zamagna

Dominican, theologist and preacher. Bernardo Zamagna (Zara, 1735 – Zara, 1820) He was born on 9th December 1753, he studied in Jesuits Institute. When he was eighteen he went to Rome to continue his studies, he was a student of

Giovan Francesco Biondi

Giovan Francesco Biondi (1572 Hvar – 1644 Aubonne, Bern, Switzerland) He was a writer and a diplomat, descending from a Dalmatian family he was born in Hvar Island in 1572. When he was very young he moved to Padua and

Luca Bisanti

He was a theologist and an ambassador, tifone Bisanti’s nephew, he succeeded him as Bishop of Kotor. He, like his uncle was thelogist and ambassador, and he,exactly like his uncle, renounced to an ecclesiastic assignment in 1565. As his uncle,

Andrea Buvina

Andrea Buvina (Split, XII century) He was Born in Split in XIII century. In 1214 he carved the door of the church of St. Doimo: he divided the carvings on the panels in 14 different notches representing the gospel.

Elio Lampridio Cerva

Nec sapio Illyriam, sed vivo et tota latina majestate loquor” said Elio Lampridio Cerva from Ragusa (Dubrovnik), born in 1460. Cerva’s life, one the most erudite poet of his time, was stormy and restless, characterized by a strong intolerance towards