Amico, Antonino De

Amico, Antonino de'

of Messina, canon of the Cathedral of Palermo, and historiographer to Philip IV, king of Spain, acquired much reputation for his knowledge in history and the antiquities of Sicily. Of his numerous works on this subject some have been printed and the others are in manuscript. Among those printed are, Trium Orientalium Latinorum Ordinum, post Captam a duce Gothofredo Hierusalem, etc., Notitice et Tabularia (Palermo, 1636, fol.): — Dissertatid Historica et Chronologica de Antiquo urbis Syracusarum Archiepiscopatu (Naples, 1640, 4to). He died Oct. 22, 1641.

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