The Italian 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Cultural, Scientific, and Political Figures, Past and Present
Carol Publishing Group, 1998 - 367 pages
Galileo Galilei, Christopher Columbus, and Gugliemo Marconi head the list of The Italian 100, which chronicles the lives of important Italians, past and present. Following the provocative approach of other successful "100" books, The Italian 100 offers informative and entertaining biographical profiles which explore the details and weigh the significance of the figure's achievements. Illustrated.
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