Synonyms for sanvito or Related words with sanvito

ponzoni              sironi              campagnoli              musiani              rugarli              modesti              casadio              donini              iezzi              fumagalli              granchi              bottino              cingolani              marcenaro              aldinucci              nicotra              meroni              formigli              galluzzi              taddei              biffoni              spagnoli              augugliaro              pedone              matteoli              lollini              logozzi              taroni              rapposelli              ballabio              bistoni              dolcetti              mencarelli              faggioni              bonifazi              giacomini              mazzanti              crippa              tonlorenzi              rimoldi              camaioni              perruccio              vincenzi              ghilardi              mangiola              borleri              andreola              salvetti              falqui              lazzari             



Examples of "sanvito"
The most detailed account of Sanvito in English is by A.C. de la Mare and Laura Nuvoloni, "Bartolomeo Sanvito: the Life and Work of a Renaissance Scribe," (Paris: Association internationala de Bibliophilie, 2009). See also James Wardrop, "The Script of Humanism: Some Aspects of Humanistic Script 1460 - 1560" (Oxford University Press, 1963), although some information here is outdated.
The current systematics of the Codexes of Polerio has been performed and published by Alessandro Sanvito in 2005.
Bartolomeo Sanvito (February/March 1433–July 1511) was a scribe from Padua in Italy, but trained in Rome. He was a master of Humanist italic script. Square capital letters alternating colored and gold are a characteristic of his style.
7794 Sanvito (1996 AD4) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on January 15, 1996 by Ulisse Munari and Maura Tombelli at the Asiago Astrophysical Observatory at Cima Ekar ridge near Asiago, Italy. It was named in honor of Roberto di San Vito, an Italian amateur astronomer. San Vito is supporting a new observatory in Montelupo that will bear his name, the San Vito Observatory.
Maura Tombelli (born 1952) is an Italian amateur astronomer who began her training in astronomy as an observer of variable stars. She is a prolific discoverer of almost 200 minor planets, including the main-belt asteroid 7794 Sanvito, and a member of the American Association of Variable Star Observers.