Ricci, Michael Angelo
Ricci, Michael Angelo, a learned Italian ecclesiastic, was born in Rome in 1619. He was created a cardinal in 1681, and died in 1683. He was skilled in mathematical sciences, and published at Rome (4to) Exercitatio Geometrica, which was reprinted in London, and annexed to Mercator's Logarithmotechnia. See Landi, Hist. Lit. d'Italie; Fabroni, Vitoe Ital. vol. 2.