Online Encyclopedia

COUNT CARLO OTTAVIO CASTIGLIONE (1784...

Online Encyclopedia
Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 474 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
Spread the word: del.icio.us del.icio.us it!
COUNT CARLO OTTAVIO CASTIGLIONE (1784–1849), Italian philologist, was born at Milan of an ancient family. His principal work was done in connexion with the Arabic and other Oriental languages, but he also performed good service in several other departments. In 1819 he published Monete cufiche del Museo di Milano, and assisted Cardinal Mai in his Ulphilae partium ineditarum in Ambrosianis palimpsestis repertarum editio. A learned Memoire geographique et numismatique sur la pantie orientale de la Barbarie appelee Afrikia par les Arabes appeared in 1826, and established his reputation. In 1829 he published by himself the Gothic version of the second epistle of Paul to the Corinthians; and this was followed by the Gothic version of the epistle to the Romans, the first epistle to the Corinthians, and the epistle to the Ephesians in 1834, by Galatians, Philippians, and 1 Thessalonians in 1835, and by 2 Thessalonians in 1839. He died at Genoa on the loth of April 1849. His Life, by Biondelli, appeared at Milan in 1856.
End of Article: COUNT CARLO OTTAVIO CASTIGLIONE (1784–1849)
[back]
BALDASSARE CASTIGLIONE (1478–1529)
[next]
GIOVANNI BENEDETTO CASTIGLIONE (1616–1670)

Additional information and Comments

There are no comments yet for this article.
» Add information or comments to this article.
Please link directly to this article:
Highlight the code below, right click and select "copy." Paste it into a website, email, or other HTML document.