Saluzzo


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Saluzzo

(sälo͝ot`tsō), town (1991 pop. 15,872), Piedmont, NW Italy. It is an agricultural and industrial center. Manufactures include textiles, machinery, and processed food. It was the capital of the marquisate of Saluzzo from the 12th cent. to 1548, when it passed to France. The town came under the house of Savoy in 1601. The Gothic cathedral (c.1481–1511) contains sculptured tombs of the marquises.
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This year's Benefit Committee is co-chaired by Kevin Hoo of Cove Property and Brian Saluzzo of American Express.
In between and beyond, Stampa became the protagonist of works of fiction ranging from Diodata Saluzzo Roero's historical novella, Gaspara Stampa (1817), to Jacopo Cabianca's homonymous 1857 drama and fictionalized biographies like Raffaella Pagliaro's Anaxilla.
Existen algunas obras de tradicion clasica como es la registrada en el numero [20], un comentario a los Disticha Catonis que el monje cisterciense Robertus de Euromodio dedico a Pietro di Saluzzo, obra identificada en este caso no por su titulo sino mediante una mencion al incipit de su epistola dedicatoria: Generose indolis adolescentulo Petro de Saluciis, Robertus de Euromodio monachus Clarevallis scriptum ad omne officium caritatis.
(8) Carlo Maria Maggi, whose tragedy Griselda di Saluzzo served as a model for the majority of theatrical Griseldas in the eighteenth century (Smarr 205), (9) names Griselda's "Heroica tolerantia" (III, 414) and likens her to Alcestis (from Euripidean tragedy) and Dido (from Virgilian epic); his Griselda is unequivocally a human martyr figure, and not a divine one.
(8.) Saluzzo JF, Ivanoff B, Languillat G, Georges AJ.
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Born to a printing family in the small foothill town of Saluzzo, he left his comfortable life to travel to Rome in 1758 where he served as an apprentice of Cardinal Spinelli at the Propaganda Fide press.