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Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (March 27, 1714 - October 10, 1795) was an Italian theologian, historian, and prolific writer. Zaccaria was born in Venice. He joined the Austrian province of the Society of Jesus on 18 October 1731. Zaccaria taught grammar and rhetoric at Gorizia, and was ordained priest at Rome in 1740. He spent some time in pastoral work in Ancona, Fermo, and Pistoia, gaining renown as a preacher and controversial lecturer. In 1751 he succeeded Muratori as ducal archivist and librarian of Modena, but was removed in 1768, owing to his Antifebronio, in which he strenuously defended the rights of the Holy See.

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  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (Venècia, 1714 - Roma, 1795) fou un historiador italià, jesuïta. Va deixar un gran nombre de manuscrits i impreses més de cent obres entre els quals destaca una Història d'Itàlia en 14 volums publicada a Mòdena el 1751-1757. (ca)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (* 27. März 1714 in Venedig; † 10. Oktober 1795 in Rom) war ein italienischer Jesuit, Theologe, Kirchenhistoriker, Literarhistoriker und Romanist. (de)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (ou Zacharia), né le 27 mars 1714 à Venise et décédé le 10 octobre 1795 à Rome, était un prêtre jésuite italien, théologien, historien et écrivain prolifique. (fr)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (March 27, 1714 - October 10, 1795) was an Italian theologian, historian, and prolific writer. Zaccaria was born in Venice. He joined the Austrian province of the Society of Jesus on 18 October 1731. Zaccaria taught grammar and rhetoric at Gorizia, and was ordained priest at Rome in 1740. He spent some time in pastoral work in Ancona, Fermo, and Pistoia, gaining renown as a preacher and controversial lecturer. In 1751 he succeeded Muratori as ducal archivist and librarian of Modena, but was removed in 1768, owing to his Antifebronio, in which he strenuously defended the rights of the Holy See. He was then appointed librarian at the Jesuit professed house in Rome. Clement XIII allowed him an annual pension, continued under Clement XIV, and increased by Pius VI, who appointed him professor of church history at the Sapienza and director of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy. He was a member of at least 19 Italian academies. He died in Rome, aged 81. (en)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (Venezia, 27 marzo 1714 – Roma, 10 ottobre 1795) è stato un presbitero, storico e scrittore italiano. (it)
  • Франческо Антонио Дзаккария (Цаккариа) (итал. Francesco Antonio Zaccaria), (1714—1795) — итальянский теолог и историк.Кроме многих богословских сочинений написал: * «Storia letteraira d’Italia» (1751—1757, 16 т.), * «Annali letterari d’Italia» (1762—1764); * «Anecdotorum medii aevi collectio» (1755); * «Institutiones numismatica» и др. (ru)
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  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (Venècia, 1714 - Roma, 1795) fou un historiador italià, jesuïta. Va deixar un gran nombre de manuscrits i impreses més de cent obres entre els quals destaca una Història d'Itàlia en 14 volums publicada a Mòdena el 1751-1757. (ca)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (* 27. März 1714 in Venedig; † 10. Oktober 1795 in Rom) war ein italienischer Jesuit, Theologe, Kirchenhistoriker, Literarhistoriker und Romanist. (de)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (ou Zacharia), né le 27 mars 1714 à Venise et décédé le 10 octobre 1795 à Rome, était un prêtre jésuite italien, théologien, historien et écrivain prolifique. (fr)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (Venezia, 27 marzo 1714 – Roma, 10 ottobre 1795) è stato un presbitero, storico e scrittore italiano. (it)
  • Франческо Антонио Дзаккария (Цаккариа) (итал. Francesco Antonio Zaccaria), (1714—1795) — итальянский теолог и историк.Кроме многих богословских сочинений написал: * «Storia letteraira d’Italia» (1751—1757, 16 т.), * «Annali letterari d’Italia» (1762—1764); * «Anecdotorum medii aevi collectio» (1755); * «Institutiones numismatica» и др. (ru)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (March 27, 1714 - October 10, 1795) was an Italian theologian, historian, and prolific writer. Zaccaria was born in Venice. He joined the Austrian province of the Society of Jesus on 18 October 1731. Zaccaria taught grammar and rhetoric at Gorizia, and was ordained priest at Rome in 1740. He spent some time in pastoral work in Ancona, Fermo, and Pistoia, gaining renown as a preacher and controversial lecturer. In 1751 he succeeded Muratori as ducal archivist and librarian of Modena, but was removed in 1768, owing to his Antifebronio, in which he strenuously defended the rights of the Holy See. (en)
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  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (ca)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (de)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (en)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (fr)
  • Francesco Antonio Zaccaria (it)
  • Дзаккария, Франческо Антонио (ru)
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