Morcelli

Morcelli

Morcelli (spr. Mortschelli), Stephan Anton, geb. 1737 in Chiari bei Brescia; Jesuit, war erst Lehrer der Lateinischen Sprache in Fermo, später in Ragusa, wurde 1771 Professor der Beredtsamkeit in Rom u. nach der Aufhebung des Ordens Bibliothekar beim Cardinal Albani; 1791 kehrte er nach Chiari als Capitelpropst zurück u. st. 1824. Er that viel für die Schulen u. schr.: De stylo inscriptionum lat., Rom 1780, u. Aufl. von Furlanetto, Padua 1819 bis 1823, 5 Bde.; Inscriptiones, Rom 1783; Πάρεργον inscriptionum novissim. ab anno 1784, Pad. 1818, herausgegeben von And. Andreas; Indication des antiq uités de la maison Albani, Rom 1785; Africa christiana, Rom 1816, 3 Bde., u. m. a.


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