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Re: VMs: Italian migration to Prague
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- From: Rene Zandbergen <r_zandbergen@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 23:55:24 -0700 (PDT)
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Barschius is listed in the Clementinum records as
'Sincoviensis' (the indication of his birth place).
I was told by the Czech historian Josef Smolka
(the source of this information) that this refers
to the town of Zinkovy, in W. Bohemia.
I fully trust this source.
There has been a great migration of Italians
to Bohemia in the 1400's, if I am not mistaken,
related to the mining trade.
Also Rudolf invited quite a number of Italian
artists to his court in the late 1500's, many of
--- J HALEY <j.haley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This is a link indicating the state of Italian
> migration to Prague
> during the 16th century.
> The Klementinum, where barcius studied is mention as
> well as
> the Italian Chapel. I am now of the opinion that
> Barcius is of
> Italian descent and is why he studied at both the
> and the Sapienza in Rome. Specifically I believe
> that he was
> a relative of the wealthy Barozzi family. This
> family included
> architects, artists and translators with a bit of
> occultism mixed
> in. The inquisition were involved with one
> particular individual.
> I have no idea if I am right yet but any help here
> would be
> greatly appreciated.
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