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Daniello Bartoli (; 12 February 160813 January 1685) was an Italian Jesuit writer and historiographer, celebrated by the poet Giacomo Leopardi as the "Dante of Italian prose" Leopardi, Zibaldone (13 July 1823).

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Uniform title: Dell'istoria della Compagnia di Gesu. Asia
by Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685
Roma, Nella stamperia d'Ignatio de' Lazzeri, 1653-63
 
 
Uniform title: Dell'huomo di lettere difeso et emendato. English
by Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685
London : Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, and are to be sold by Thomas Dring ..., 1660
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Uniform title: Dell'huomo di lettere difeso et emendato. English
by Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685
London : printed by R. and W. Leybourn, and are to be sold by Thomas Dring at the George in Fleetstreet neer St. Dunstans Church, 1660
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Uniform title: Dell'huomo di lettere difeso et emendato. English
by Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685
London : Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, and are to be sold by Thomas Dring ..., 1660
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Uniform title: Dell'huomo di lettere difeso et emendato. English
by Bartoli, Daniello, 1608-1685
London, : Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, and are to be sold by Thomas Dring at the George in Fleetstreet neer St. Dunstans Church, 1660
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
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