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Sir Anthony Panizzi 1797-1879

British library. Reference Division. Department of Printed Books.

Sir Anthony Panizzi 1797-1879

an exhibition from 12 April to 15 July 1979

by British library. Reference Division. Department of Printed Books.

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Published by BL in London .
Written in English


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StatementBritish Library Department of Printed Books.
ContributionsPanizzi, Anthony, Sir.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17054675M

  파니치(Sir Anthony Panizzi, ) 는 본래 이탈리아 사람이나 자국의 통일운동에 참여했다는 죄목으로 사형선고를 받고 영국으로 망명한 후 .   He also boasted friendships with Sir Anthony Panizzi (–), Director of the British Museum; the painter Eugène Delacroix (–); the Romantic writers Victor Hugo (–) and Charles Nodier (–); Eugène Viollet-le-Duc (–), the architect and champion of French neo-Gothicism; the Russian novelist Ivan Author: Ninotchka Devorah Bennahum.

  The volume comprises the 10th series of Panizzi lectures, delivered at the British Library in The lectures celebrate the achievements of Sir Anthony Panizzi (), a notable librarian of Victorian Britain and creator of the British Museum Library in : Iain Fenlon. |a Orlando innamorato di Bojardo: |b Orlando furioso di Ariosto / |c with an essay on the romantic narrative poetry of the Italians ; memoirs, and notes by Antonio Panizzi. 1 |a Bojardo ed Ariosto |a London: |b W. Pickering, |c |a 1 online resource (9 volumes): |b portrait, table

Sir Anthony Panizzi The four ideas—axioms, user needs, the “work,” and internationalization— really start to gain force in early Victorian England with an Italian refugee who began the era of modern cataloging. Antonio Panizzi (later Sir Anthony) (– ) was born in the Duchy of Modena in what would become Italy. Politics. The collection grew four years later when George II donated his royal library, and was considerably enlarged with the addition of George III's library in It flourished in the 19th cent. under the leadership of Sir Anthony Panizzi Panizzi, Sir Anthony, –, British librarian, b. Italy.


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Years after Carlyle dubbed Panizzi a fat pedant, the highest office in the Museum, the so-called Principal Librarianship, fell vacant.

Provenance: Sir Anthony Panizzi (), Chief Librarian at the British Museum Library (presentation inscriptions from the authors, some manuscript annotations, given to); Louis Fagan, his Godson, who left the collection in Sir Anthony Panizzi 1797-1879 book The Reform Club, Pall Mall, founded (bookplates and inkstamps in some volumes, some spines with gilt stamp at.

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Anthony Panizzi (), born in Brescello, Italy, qualified as a lawyer, but fled to Switzerland in to avoid arrest for his political activities in support of Italian unification. He then moved to England, where he became a naturalised British by: 5.

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2 (of 2) by Fagan. Sir Anthony Panizzi (), Italian bibliographer, chief librarian of the British Museum from On the integral leaf is a letter from Samuel Birch, Keeper of Antiquities, to Panizzi: “The medal offered by Sir Benjamin Hawes is in the Collections of the Museum.

Principal Librarian of the British Museum (seebritish library). Italian by birth (naturalized a British citizen in   Anthony Panizzi (–), born in Brescello, Italy, qualified as a lawyer, but fled to Switzerland in to avoid arrest for political activities in support of Italian unification.

He then moved to England, where he became a naturalised British : Louis Fagan. PANIZZI, ANTHONY (–), principal librarian of the British Museum, was born on 16 Sept. at Brescello in the duchy of Modena.

His father, Luigi Panizzi, was the son of a lawyer named, like his son, Antonio; his mother, Caterina Gruppi, was likewise of a family connected with the law.

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McKenzie (–99) gave the very first Panizzi Lecture at the British Library, named in honour of the great Victorian librarian Sir Anthony Panizzi (–). Though no-one knew it at the time, the books at Calke in fact included a copy of a now very rare pamphlet published inin which Panizzi had.Anthony Panizzi (), born in Brescello, Italy, qualified as a lawyer, but fled to Switzerland in to avoid arrest for his political activities in support of Italian unification.

He then moved to England, where he became a naturalised British subject.