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Numerology information Valesio:
- Name Number: 2. Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Books about Valesio:
- Scenes from the Drama of European Literature - Jun 28, 1984 by Erich Auerbach and Paolo Valesio
- Novantiqua: Rhetorics as a Contemporary Theory (Advances in Semiotics) - Nov 22, 1980 by Paolo Valesio
- Gabriele d`Annunzio: The Dark Flame - Apr 22, 1992 by Professor Paolo Valesio and Marilyn Migiel
- Mutatio Valentia: the Late Roman Baths at Valesio, Salento (Scrinium) - Dec 1, 1995 by Johannes Boersma
- Selections from Boiardo's Orlando Innamorato (American University Studies Series II, Romance Languages... - Nov 1, 1989 by Mark Staebler and Paolo Valesio
- Biography - Valesio, Paolo (1939-): An article from: Contemporary Authors - Dec 16, 2007 by Gale Reference Team
- Every Afternoon Can Make the World Stand Still - Apr 10, 2002 by Paolo Valesio
- Ascoltare il silenzio: La retorica come teoria (Collezione di testi e studi) (Italian Edition) - 1986 by Paolo Valesio
- Italian Poetry Review vol. V, anno 2010 (Italian Edition) - Mar 6, 2012 by Paolo Valesio and Alessandro Polcri
- Rerum Gestarum Libri Qui Supersunt: Ex Versione Valesio-Gronoviana (French Edition) - Aug 13, 2011 by Ammianus Marcellinus and August Wilhelm Ernesti
Wiki information Valesio:
- Giovanni Valesio
- Painting Artist, Visual Artist, Person, Deceased Person
Giovanni Luigi Valesio was an Italian painter and, most prominently, an engraver of the early-Baroque, active in his native city of Bologna, and then in Rome. Malvasia claims he is the son of a Spanish soldier initially stationed in Reggio Calabria....
- Paolo Valesio
- Author, Person, Award Winner
Paolo Valesio is a 1974 Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities.
- Valesio (Extinct city)
- Oliviero Gatti
- Person, Deceased Person, Visual Artist
Oliviero Gatti, an Italian painter and engraver, was a native of Parma. He was a scholar of Giovanni Lodovico Valesio, and, from the resemblance of his style, although greatly inferior, to that of Agostino Carracci, was probably instructed in...