Sassoferrato


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Sassoferrato

(säs'sōfār-rä`tō), 1605–85, Italian painter; pupil of Domenichino. His original name was Giovanni Battista Salvi. He is best known for his sentimental Madonnas, reminiscent of Raphael's, such as the Madonna of the Rosary (Santa Sabina, Rome) and Madonna (Metropolitan Mus.).
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This collection of historical works from the Louvre Museum transferred to Iran also includes works by European artists such as Eugene Delacroix, Camille Pissarro, Jan van der Straet and Sassoferrato (Giovanni Battista Salvi).
Moreover the close relationship between literature and jurisprudence "is paradigmatic in Romance as well as in early Italian literature, in Dante, Cino da Pistoia, Pietro Alighieri, Alberico da Rosciate and Bartolo da Sassoferrato," and we also have to take in consideration that "literature had an authoritative function already in the Corpus Iuris of Justinian, and at the same time jurisprudence also shaped Greek and Latin literature" (p.
Sassoferrato 2015 Rose of Sangiovese (Mendocino County; $24).
Works by Domenico Fetti, Sassoferrato and Carlo Dolci also feature.
Harald Braun recuerda que el jurista bolones Bartolo de Sassoferrato (1313-1357) en su Tractatus de Guelphis et Ghibellinis distingue el locus classicus entre la diferencia entre un rey legitimo que se comporta de manera injusta y un usurpador o invasor extranjero del trono.
II De tyranno di Bartolo da Sassoferrato, 1314-1357 (Firenze: Olschki, 1983); Miola, "Julius Caesar and the Tyrannicide Debate.
Para ello, debemos acercarnos al ius commune, ese sistema juridico que, siguiendo la comparacion que en su dia presento el famoso jurista Bartolo de Sassoferrato, actuaba como el sol sobre los planetas, entendidos ahora estos como los diversos y plurales derechos propios o particulares.
de Boulogne Saracen i Medici Milan Domenichino Sassoferrato Orsini Naples Dughet G.
por ejemplo, Bartolo de Sassoferrato, Corpus Juris Civilis, cum Commentariis Accursii, edicion de Lyon, 1628, D.