Sebastiano

Sebastiano may refer to:

* Richiardi Sebastiano (1834-1904), Italian anatomist and zoologist
* Sebastiano Antonio Tanara (1650-1724), Italian cardinal
* Sebastiano Baggio (1913-1993), Italian clergyman
* Sebastiano Bianchi (16th century), Italian engraver
* Sebastiano Bombelli (1635-1724), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Brunetti (died 1649), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Carezo (21st century), Spanish dancer
* Sebastiano Conca (circa 1680-1764), Italian painter
* Sebastiano del Piombo (circa 1485-1547), Italian Renaissance-Mannerist painter
* Sebastiano Dolci (1699-1777), Croatian writer
* Sebastiano Filippi (circa 1536-1602), Italian late Renaissance-Mannerist painter
* Sebastiano Galeotti (1656-1746), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Ghezzi (1580-1645), Italian painter and architect
* Sebastiano Guala (17th century), Italian church architect
* Sebastiano Martinelli (1848-1918), Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
* Sebastiano Mazzoni (circa 1611-1678), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Mocenigo (1662-1732), Doge of Venice
* Sebastiano Nela (born 1961), Italian ex-footballer
* Sebastiano Nicola Buonaparte (circa 1683-1720), Elder of the Council of the City of Ajaccio
* Sebastiano Ricci (1659-1834), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Rossi (born 1964), Italian footballer
* Sebastiano Santi (1788-1866), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Serlio (circa 1475-1554), Italian Mannerist architect
* Sebastiano Siviglia (born 1973), Italian football defender
* Sebastiano Taricco (1645-1710), Italian painter
* Sebastiano Timpanaro (1923-2000), Italian classical philologist, essayist, and literary critic
* Sebastiano Venier (circa 1496-1578), Doge of Venice
* Sebastiano Visconti Prasca (1883-1961), Italian military officer
* Sebastiano Ximenes (16th century), Italian banker
* Sebastiano Ziani (12th century), Doge of Venice

ee also

* San Sebastiano


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  • Sebastiano — ist ein männlicher Vorname. Herkunft und Bedeutung Sebastiano ist die italienische Form des Namens Sebastian. Bekannte Namensträger Sebastiano Baggio (1913–1993), italienischer Kardinalkämmerer der römisch katholischen Kirche Sebastiano Lo Nigro… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sebastiano — m. *Sebestén (árbol borragináceo). * * * sebastiano. m. sebestén. * * * (as used in expressions) Caboto, Sebastiano Sebastiano del Piombo Sebastiano Luciani …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sebastiano — (? 413) hermano de Jovino, fue un noble galorromano del sur de Galia. Después que Jovino usurpara en Galia el trono occidental del Emperador Romano Honorio en 411, nombró a Sebastiano como Augusto (co emperador) en 412 Cuando las relaciones entre …   Wikipedia Español

  • sebastiano — m. sebestén …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Sebastiano — Sébastien Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sébastien est un nom propre qui se réfère à : Sommaire 1 Prénom et origine 1.1 Variantes linguistiques …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sebastiano, S. — S. Sebastiano, Marktflecken in der piemontesischen Provinz Tortona, am Curone; 950 Ew …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Sebastiano — italienische Form von → Sebastian (Bedeutung: der Erhabene, auch: Mann aus Sebaste) …   Deutsch namen

  • Sébastiano — Provenance. Vient du latin sebastos Signifie : honoré, glorieux Se fête le 20 janvier. Histoire. Sébastien vécut au IIIème siècle. Il était officier de la garde impériale de Dioclétien et chrétien, malgré les risques encourus. Alerté des… …   Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons

  • sebastiano — sustantivo masculino sebestén …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • Sebastiano del Piombo — Birth name Sebastiano Luciani Born ca 1485 Venice, Italy Died June 21, 1547 Rome, Italy …   Wikipedia


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