Bartolocci, Giulio


Bartolocci, Giulio
Bartolocci, Giulio
A Cistercian monk and learned Hebrew scholar, b. at Celleno in the old kingdom of Naples, 1 April, 1613; d. at Rome, 19 October, 1687

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