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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E Bartolo da Sassoferrato, giurista formatosi a Perugia e a Bologna, che commentando l'intero Corpus del diritto civile, inquadra i mutamenti della societa del XIV secolo nelle "figurae" del diritto pubblico romano: Imperatore e Papa diventano due poteri universali e la funzione degli "iura communia" (civile e canonico) diventa sussidiaria agli "iuria propria" del territorio.
Escribiria en 1433 su famosa Epistola contra Bartolum, una critica incisiva al maximo representante del Mos Italicus, Bartolo de Sassoferrato, la cual provoco tal reaccion que obligo a su autor a abandonar Lombardia y buscar refugio en Napoles (Padoa-Schioppa, 2017, p.
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).
(29) Reference is to Bartolo da Sassoferrato, Tractatus de tyranno (ca 1350), Coluccio Salutati, De tyranno (1381), Egidio Colonna, De Regimine Principum (1502), Erasmus, Institutio principis christiani (1516), Johannes Ferrarius (Eisermann), A Worke Touching the Good Ordering of a Commoweale (1553, and translated into English in 1558).
(78) Cecil Woolf, Bartolus of Sassoferrato. His Position in the History of Medieval Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1913), 175.
* ** Sassoferrato 2015 Rose of Sangiovese (Mendocino County; $24).