Synonyms for eustachio or Related words with eustachio

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Examples of "eustachio"
Eustachio Manfredi was born in Bologna on 20 September 1674.
The following were Cardinal Deacons of S. Eustachio:
His elder brother Eustachio studied law, then turned to science.
Eustachio Porcellotti (19th century) was a Florentine watchmaker.
Eustachio Manfredi (20 September 1674 – 15 February 1739) was an Italian mathematician, astronomer and poet.
The asteroid 13225 Manfredi was named in honor of Eustachio Manfredi and his two brothers Gabriele Manfredi and Eraclito Manfredi.
Eustachio Locatelli (died 1575) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Reggio Emilia (1569-1575).
He was born in San Severino Marche. His brother, Eustachio Divini, became a famous manufacturer of optic glass in Rome.
The asteroid 13225 Manfredi was named in honor of him and his two brothers, Eustachio and Eraclito.
Stancari and Eustachio Manfredi discovered the comet C/1707 W1 in the evening of 25 November 1707.
He wrote an historical guide of San Severino Marche in 1993 and, among other studies, a biography of Eustachio Divini
Eustachio Manfredi became more interested in astronomy, but Gabriele persisted with mathematics, studying the works of Leibniz and of Johann and Jacob Bernoulli on infinitesimal calculus.
Eustachio Divini (4 October 1610–22 February 1685) was an Italian manufacturer and experimenter of optical instruments for scientific use in Rome.
His brother, Giampietro Cavazzoni Zanotti was a Writer, painter, and art historian; Eustachio Zanotti was a famous astronomer and hydraulic engineer.
He was named as cardinal of the church of San Eustachio in 1239 by Pope Gregory IX. He was buried at the church of San Crisogono in Rome.
Eustachio Manfredi provided "the first demonstration, though unsought, of the revolution of the Earth around the Sun, and thus the reality of a heliocentric system".
The group bemoans its fate, knowing that Edward III plans on total control of the city, but no sooner than Giovanni leaves to take care of the damage to the city walls, than he rushes back in to announce that the city's population has rebelled. The people are heard calling for Eustachio's death, and the Stranger enters pointing him out to the crowd. Boldly, Eustachio holds his ground and defiantly bears his chest to them while all look on: (Eustachio; "Che s'indugia? In questo petto" / "What stops you"; then ensemble: three groups: Aurelio/Eleonora/Giovanni/Armando/Giocomo/Pietro together: "Plebe ingrata, non è questi, Il tuo padre il tuo sostegno" / "Ingrates, has not this man been Father and provider to you?"), the Stranger: ("Non previsto e ferro inciampo" / "An unforeseen and iron obstacle thwarts my plan..."), and the People: ("A quel sensi, a quell'aspetto, Piu lo sdegno non m'invade" / "Those sentiments, that bearing...I am moved by anger no longer..."). Persistent, the Stranger attempts to persuade the crowd to act, but Eustachio sees through him and demands proof of his identity proclaiming that he is an Englishman. With no Frenchman coming forward to vouch for him, the Stranger tears into Eustachio, but is restrained. Eustachio proclaims that all will go out to fight the English and the crowd asks for forgiveness. In a massive choral finale, all are resigned to their separate fates as the soldiers move out, the women move inside, and the Stranger is dragged off.
The Technical Institute of San Severino Marche was named after the famous scientist Eustachio Divini in 1983, on the occasion of renewed historical studies on his scientific and technological development.
The tri-monthly publication had prestigious contributors such as Scipione Maffei, Antonio Vallisneri, Eustachio Manfredi, Ludovico Antonio Muratori, Giovanni Battista Morgagni, Giovan Battista Vico, Bernardino Ramazzini. Motivated above all by the desire to improve Italian learning, it enjoyed considerable success.
Uberto Coconati was one of seven cardinals created by Pope Urban IV in a Consistory of 17 (or 24) December, 1261. He was assigned the Deaconry of San Eustachio.