De Rossi

de Rossi is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Bernardo de Rossi, Italian theologian and historian
  • Bernardo de' Rossi, Italian bishop
  • Properzia de' Rossi, Italian Renaissance sculptor
  • Fabrizio De Rossi, a fictional character in the 1997 film Titanic
  • Giovanni Battista de Rossi, 19th century Italian archaeologist
  • Saint Giovanni Battista de Rossi, 18th century Roman priest
  • Portia de Rossi, Australian actress
  • Giovan Antonio de' Rossi, architect of the Baroque Rome
  • Giovanni Bernardo De Rossi, 19th century Italian Christian Hebraist
  • Azariah dei Rossi, an Italian-Jewish physician and scholar
  • Mattia de Rossi, Italian architect
  • Alessandra De Rossi, Philippine actress
  • Assunta De Rossi, Philippine actress
  • Daniele De Rossi, Italian footballer

Other articles related to "de rossi, de, rossi":

Angelo De Rossi
... Angelo de Rossi (1671 – June 12, 1715) was an Italian sculptor ... In 1699, Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni appointed de' Rossi court sculptor in the Palazzo della Cancelleria, Rome, and put him in charge of making the Tomb of Pope Alexander VIII, Ottoboni's ... Peter's Basilica (in parts finished after de' Rossi's death) ...
Better Off Ted - Conception - Casting
... Portia de Rossi met with Fresco about the role of Veronica ... Fresco assessed during their meeting that de Rossi was completely convinced that the role was perfect for her and that she was born to play it ... He thought de Rossi nailed the role and cast her ...
Devotional Medal - History - In The Early Church
... before the appearance of an epoch-making article by Giovanni Battista de Rossi in the Bullettino di Archeologia, Cristiana for 1869, since which time the question has been practically ... One, which de Rossi attributes to the close of the fourth century, bears upon both faces the legend Successa Vivas, an "acclamation" which probably indicates ... Peter and Paul, and is assigned by de Rossi to the second century ...
Saint Giovanni Battista De Rossi - Life
... St John Baptist de Rossi was born in the municipality of Voltaggio, in the Province of Alessandria, Piedmont, then a part of the Duchy of Savoy ... He was one of four children of Carlo de Rossi and Francesca Anfosi, relatively poor but very pious parents ... At the suggestion of his uncle, Lorenzo de Rossi, a Church Canon, he travelled to Rome, to study at the Collegium Romanum, under the Jesuits ...

Famous quotes containing the word rossi:

    Nothing is so threatening to conventional values as a man who does not want to work or does not want to work at a challenging job, and most people are disturbed if a man in a well- paying job indicates ambivalence or dislike toward it.
    —Alice S. Rossi (b. 1922)