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Castellano Castellani (c. 1461—1519)

CASTELLANI, Benedetto - Painter

CASTELLANI, Francesco Maria - Painter

CASTELLANI, Leonardo - Painter

Castellani, Enrico (born 1930), painter

CASTELLANI, Enrico (born 1930), Painter

CASTELLANI, Lodovico de (died 1505), Sculptor

Castellani, Castellano (c. 1461–1519)

CASTELLANI, Charles (1838 - 1913), Painter, glassmaker, draughtsman

Fortunato Pio Castellani (1794 - 1865), King, goldsmith and Alessandro Castellani (1823 - 1883) and Augusto Castellani (1829 - 1914)


Review. Interpreting Bodies: Classical and Quantum Objects in Modern Physics. E Castellani [ed]

Montaigne ou la vérité du mensonge. By Gisèle Mathieu‐Castellani. (Les Seuils de la modernité, 4). Geneva, Droz, 2000. 159 pp.

From Snake Pits to Cash Cows: Politics and Public Institutions in New York , by Paul Castellani. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2005, 302 pp., $87.50 hardcover, $24.95 paper

CASTELLANI, Aldo (1877 - 1971), Physician to Royal Houses of Savoy and of Aosta; Italian Medals (one silver, two bronze) for bravery on the Field; Italian Military Cross; Grand Cross, Crown of Italy; also Grand Cross; Order of Civil Merit (Spain); Order of George I (Greece); Order of the Nile (Egypt); Sovereign Order of Malta; Order of St Sava; Knight Officer Legion of Honour (France) and Serbian White Eagle; Comm. Polish Order Odrodzenia; Commander Order of Santiago de Espada (Portugal); Professor of Tropical Medicine, Lisbon Institute for Tropical Diseases; Emeritus Professor of Tropical Medicine, Ceylon Medical School; late Professor of Tropical Medicine Tulane University and Louisiana State University, New Orleans, USA, also Rome University and Naples University, Italy; late Director of Mycology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; late Physician Italian Hospital, London; concerned with Sir William Simpson in foundation of Ross Institute; (Ross thanked them both in a letter to the Times, 18 October 1928)


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Italian family of jewellers. The firm founded in Rome by Fortunato Pio Castellani (b Rome, 6 May 1794; d 1 Jan 1865) shortly after 1820 and expanded by his sons ...

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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