Vittorelli, Iacopo (1749–1835)

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Iacopo Vittorelli (1749 1835) was an Italian poet, librettist, and scholar. Born in Bassano del Grappa to an aristocratic family, and he studied at the Jesuit college in Brescia. He moved to Venice where he was appointed a magistrate. Under Napoleonic rule, he was appointed to the ministry of education in Milan. Wikipedia


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