Castiglione


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Castiglione

Count Baldassare . 1478--1529, Italian diplomat and writer, noted particularly for his dialogue on ideal courtly life, Il Libro del Cortegiano (The Courtier) (1528)
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Castiglione a note qu'un accord a ete signe avec le gouvernement tunisien pour l'acquisition d'equipements agricoles modernes, l'impulsion de la cooperation dans le domaine des energies renouvelables, le recyclage des dechets menagers et agricoles, et l'appui des programmes environnementaux.
Castiglione said that an agreement had been signed with the Tunisian government to acquire modern agricultural equipment, boost co-operation in the field of renewables, recycle household and agricultural waste and support environmental programmes.
Castiglione, of course, is well known at the author of the Courtier, the manual for the seemingly effortless self-fashioning of early modern high achievers.
Under the terms of the planned transaction, Innospec would acquire Huntsman's manufacturing facilities located in Saint-Mihiel, France; Castiglione delle Stiviere, Italy; and Barcelona, Spain.
Two Renaissance Friends: Baldassarre Castiglione, Domizio Falcone, and Their Neo-Latin Poetry
Synopsis: Famous for his "Book of the Courtier", Baldassarre Castiglione also composed works in neo-Latin that have never been the subject of systematic, critical scrutiny within the broader context of early Cinquecento court culture.
Martinez, Roger Clemens, Nomar Garciaparra and Joe Castiglione were all inducted on Thursday as one of the finest Hall groups in history.
To call Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (1609-64) a 'lost genius' is evocative but slightly misleading.
The T-shirts were being sold at dozens of souvenir stalls in the mainland tourist town of Castiglione until angry locals called on the mayor to stop it.
His father was a close personal friend of King Charles Albert, and when Victor Emmanuel ascended the throne, he took young Castiglione into his service.
Baltasar de Castiglione los describio en El cortesano, un manual de buen comportamiento social y, al mismo tiempo, una etica del gusto en la que se propuso infundir a los nobles de su epoca un sano horror a la afectacion.