Adami, Annibale

Adami, Annibale, an Italian Jesuit, was born at Fermo in 1626. He became a Jesuit in 1641, and was professor of belles-lettres at Rome, where he died, in 1706, leaving, besides many other works, Senismnarii Romani Pallas Putpurata site S. R. E. Cardinales qui e Seminario Romano Prodiere (Rome, 1659, fol.) :-Episcopus: Opus. Tripartitum Ethitco-politico-sacrunm, etc. (transl. from the Italian of Sperella, ibid. 1671):--Life of the Protomartyr of Dennzark,-St Canute (in Italian, ibid. 1682, 4to)':-and a translation of the Sermons of Father Antonio Vieyra (1683, 4to), etc. -

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