Ansaldi, Casto Innocente

Ansaldi, Casto Innocente an Italian antiquarian, was born May 7, 1710, at Piacenza. In 1726 he joined the Order of the Dominicans, and studied at Bologna and Rome. In 1735 he went to Naples as professor of philosophy; in 1745 he was made professor of theology at Brescia; went to Ferrara in 1750; then to Turin, where he died, in 1774. He wrote, Patriarchce Josephi Religio a Criminationibus Basnagii Vindicata (Naples, 1738, and often): — De Martyribus sine Sanguine altera adv. Dodwellum Diss. (Milan, 1744): — De Forensi Judceorum Buccina (Brescia, 1745): — Herodiani Infanticidii Vindicatio (ibid. 1746): — De Authenticis S. Scripturarum apud SS. Patres Lectionibus (Verona, 1747): — De Futuro Sceculo ab Hebraeis ante Captivitaten Cognito (Milan, 1748): — De Baptismate in Spiritu S. et Igni (ibid. 1752), etc. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, Suppl. s.v.; Mazzuchelli, Scrittori d' Italia, s.v. (B. P.)

 
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