Wikidata-logo.svg Quintinus Sella
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Quintinus Sella: imago
Nativitas: 7 Iulii 1827; Moxium Sanctae Mariae, Vallis Lanae
Obitus: 14 Martii 1884; Bugella
Patria: Regnum Italiae
Nomen nativum: Quintino Sella

Officium

Officium: minister of Public Education of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Finance of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Finance of the Kingdom of Italy, minister of Finance of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Sardinia, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy, member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Italy
Munus: mathematicus, politicus, crystallographer, mountaineer
Patronus: Universitas Taurinensis

Consociatio

Factio: Historical Right

Quintinus Sella[1] (natus die 7 Iulii 1827 in Mosso - Bugellae obiit die 14 Martii 1884) fuit machinator [2], vir publicus ac minister Italicus.

Romae statua Quintino Sella dicata

VitaRecensere

Sella Taurini doctoris insigne consecutus est sed postea etiam Lutetiae studuit. In Italiam reversus Taurini docuit. Ab anno 1862 Sella ter aerarii minister fuit.

Opera LatinaRecensere

  • 18801887: Codex Astensis qui de Malabayla communiter nuncupatur

Nexus interni

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Codex Astensis qui de Malabayla communiter nuncupatur: "edidit Quintinus Sella
  2. Campanini-Carboni : Vocabolario latino-italiano italiano-latino (1961) (translatio verbi ingegnere).
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