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UBALDO PASQUI (1859-1939)

In this house with its extensive, valuable 16th century windows lived the Pasqui brothers, both of whom were self-educated and intellectuals who were nationally renowned. Angelo was a distinguished Archaeologist while Ubaldo gained fame as a Palaeographer and Historian on Medieval Arezzo, dedicating his whole life to the study of this and the artistic heritage of Arezzo as well as literary works. He published some fundamental documents and the most famous of these was, “Documents for the History of the Town of Arezzo”, written in four volumes. Another basic contribution to knowledge about local history, is the two editions of the ‘Guida di Arezzo’. The first was written in 1882, while the second with many illustrations was published in 1925, in collaboration with Ugo Viviani.


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