Della Porta

Della Porta.

For persons thus named use Porta.
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Come scrive Leutrat: "Il segreto dietro la porta e un tema conosciuto fin dalla nostra infanzia grazie alla storia di Barbablu, l'inserimento del piano con il pomello della porta che gira, una provata figura di suspense [.
There is Brunelleschi's polygonal brick dome over the Duomo in Florence (44m), soon followed by the dome and drum raised over the new St Peter's Basilica in Rome, finally achieved by Michelangelo and Giacomo della Porta.
Pecci Gizzi, Remo Della Porta, Vice President Sales, and Francesco Veneziano, Marketing and Interline Director at the Blue Panorama Airlines Offices, in Rome, Italy.
Although not part of the exhibition proper, Abundance and Peace (1558) by Guglielmo della Porta, originally carved for the tomb of Paul III in St Peter's, was a welcome addition for those interested in the history of papal tombs.
Essays address music functioning within esoteric and scientific traditions and theories and works by authors like Marsilio Ficino, Tommaso Campanella, Athanasius Kircher, Johannes Kepler, Marin Mersenne, Abu Ma'shar, and Giovanni Battista della Porta, or the influence of those traditions on musical works, such as pieces by John Dowland, Ferruccio Busoni, Orlando di Lasso, Alexander Scriabin, and Anton Webern.
In contrast to social movement scholars (such as della Porta and Reiter 1998) who argue there has been a broad shift toward conciliatory policing in Western democracies, de Lint and Hall provide a more nuanced analysis that accounts for both consent and constraint.
The earliest known illustration of a telescope is a sketch by Giovanbattista della Porta in a letter written in August 1609.
Dedicated to testing knowledge experimentally, the Lyncean Academy boasted among its members Galileo Galilei and Giambattista della Porta.
Massimo della Porta, SAES CEO, said the acquisition would help his company build its advanced materials business.
it is significant that Super basim is the title of one of the subchapters of the Magie naturalis--1558, in which the author Giambattista della Porta (1535-1615) is concerned with number symbolism) Luython plays with the symbolism of the number 7, which was Rudolf II's number.
Magia naturalis ran to 50 editions, and was translated into several languages, so this knowledge wasn't all that secret, although perhaps discretion was required since Della Porta, like Galileo, attracted the hostile attention of the Church.