Gambarelli

Gambarelli,

surname of two Florentine artists: see RossellinoRossellino, Antonio
, 1427–c.1478, Florentine sculptor, whose name was Antonio di Matteo di Domenico Gambarelli. He was the youngest and most celebrated of four brothers, of whom the eldest was the architect Bernardo Rossellino, who designed the Rucellai Palace and who
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Piaroux R, Gambarelli F, Dumon H, Fontes M, Dunan S, Mary C, et al.
Le Odi di Giuseppe Parini furono pubblicate in volume nel 1791, in numero di ventidue (singoli testi erano stati stampati nei decenni precedenti), dall'allievo e amico Agostino Gambarelli in quella che e da considerarsi Yeditio princeps.
Hassoun J, Gambarelli D, Grisoli F, Pellet W, Salamon G, Pellissier JF, et al.
Chiavaro, E., Dall., A.Sta, C., Galaverna, G., Biancardi, A., Gambarelli, E., Dossena, A., Marchelli, R.
Peer reviewers are Gretel Gambarelli, Chandrasekar Govindarajalu and Willem Janssen of the World Bank.
opening of the new cathedral at Pienza (his home town), Pope Pius II remarked to his architect Bernardo Gambarelli, 'You did well,
In this month, Franzia came out with its Vino da Famiglia and Gambarelli & Davitto (a division of Italian Swiss Colony) announced its Fior di California.
Hassoun, J., Gambarelli, D., Grisoli, F., Pellet, W., Salamon, G., Pellisier, J.F., & Toga, M.
presidential elections (Lambert 1988; Eisner 1993), the weighting of votes in the United Nations General Assembly (Dixon 1983), the UN Security Council (O'Neill 1996), financial decision-making (Gambarelli 1994), and assessment of the decision rules involved in amending Canada's Constitution (Kilgour 1983; 1985; Levesque and Moore 1984).