Angelo de Gubernatis (/m/04wj05)

Count Angelo de Gubernatis, Italian man of letters, was born at Turin and educated there and at Berlin, where he studied philology. In 1862 he was appointed professor of Sanskrit at Florence, but having married a cousin of the Socialist Bakunin and become interested in his views he resigned his appointment and spent some years in travel. He was reappointed, however, in 1867; and in 1891 he was transferred to the University of Rome La Sapienza. He became prominent both as an orientalist, a publicist and a poet. He maintained close ties with Romanian orientalists. At International Congress of Orientalists from Florence in 1878 he invited Bogdan Petriceicu Haşdeu, a prominent writer and philologist. He was a good friend with the Romanian Princess Dora d'Istria who collaborated with him at Rivista Orientale. He founded the Italia letteraria, the Rivista orientale, the Civiltà italiana and Rivista europea, the Bollettino italiano degli studii orientali and the Revue internationale, and in 1887 became director of the Giornale della società asiatica. In 1878 he started the Dizionario biografico degli scrittori contemporanei.
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