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Orazio Antinori (28 October 1811 – 26 August 1882) was an Italian explorer and zoologist. Antinori was born in Perugia (then in the Papal States) and studied natural history in Perugia and Rome. Afterwards he collaborated with Charles Lucien Bonaparte and illustrated Iconografia della Fauna Italica. From the middle of the 1840s he became interested in politics and worked as a journalist. In 1848 he fought against the Neapolitans with the rank of captain, and was later forced into exile. He lived in Athens and Smyrna, becoming interested in the avifauna of the area.

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  • Orazio Antinori (* 28. Oktober 1811 in Perugia; † 26. August 1882 in Shewa, Äthiopien) war ein italienischer Zoologe und Reisender. (de)
  • Orazio Antinori ( 28 de octubre de 1811 – 26 de agosto de 1882) fue un explorador, botánico, y zoólogo italiano. (es)
  • Orazio Antinori (28 October 1811 – 26 August 1882) was an Italian explorer and zoologist. Antinori was born in Perugia (then in the Papal States) and studied natural history in Perugia and Rome. Afterwards he collaborated with Charles Lucien Bonaparte and illustrated Iconografia della Fauna Italica. From the middle of the 1840s he became interested in politics and worked as a journalist. In 1848 he fought against the Neapolitans with the rank of captain, and was later forced into exile. He lived in Athens and Smyrna, becoming interested in the avifauna of the area. In 1854, he accompanied Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso to Syria, afterwards visiting Asia Minor. In 1859 he left for Egypt and travelled up the Nile, in 1860–1861, with Carlo Piaggia (1830-1882). He sold his ornithological collection to the natural history museum of Turin. After a long stay in Tunisia, he represented Italy at the inauguration of the Suez Canal. Antinori took part in the expedition of Odoardo Beccari to Ethiopia and made important collections of natural history specimens. On his return to Italy he became the secretary of the Italian Geographical Society. In 1874, Antinori studied Chott near Tunis. In 1876 he took part in an expedition with and to the province of Shewa in Ethiopia where they met with Negus Menelik at Liche, and obtained his permission to found a geographical station at Let Marefia. Antinori died in Shewa. The standard author abbreviation Antinori is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
  • Orazio Antinori (Perugia, 23 ottobre 1811 – Lit Marefià, 26 agosto 1882) è stato un esploratore italiano, tra i più stimati conoscitori italiani del continente africano sia centrale che orientale. (it)
  • Орацио Антинори (итал. Orazio Antinori; 28 октября 1811, Перуджа — 26 августа 1882, Шоа, Эфиопия) — итальянский зоолог и путешественник по Африке. (ru)
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  • Orazio Antinori (* 28. Oktober 1811 in Perugia; † 26. August 1882 in Shewa, Äthiopien) war ein italienischer Zoologe und Reisender. (de)
  • Orazio Antinori ( 28 de octubre de 1811 – 26 de agosto de 1882) fue un explorador, botánico, y zoólogo italiano. (es)
  • Orazio Antinori (Perugia, 23 ottobre 1811 – Lit Marefià, 26 agosto 1882) è stato un esploratore italiano, tra i più stimati conoscitori italiani del continente africano sia centrale che orientale. (it)
  • Орацио Антинори (итал. Orazio Antinori; 28 октября 1811, Перуджа — 26 августа 1882, Шоа, Эфиопия) — итальянский зоолог и путешественник по Африке. (ru)
  • Orazio Antinori (28 October 1811 – 26 August 1882) was an Italian explorer and zoologist. Antinori was born in Perugia (then in the Papal States) and studied natural history in Perugia and Rome. Afterwards he collaborated with Charles Lucien Bonaparte and illustrated Iconografia della Fauna Italica. From the middle of the 1840s he became interested in politics and worked as a journalist. In 1848 he fought against the Neapolitans with the rank of captain, and was later forced into exile. He lived in Athens and Smyrna, becoming interested in the avifauna of the area. (en)
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  • Orazio Antinori (de)
  • Orazio Antinori (en)
  • Orazio Antinori (es)
  • Orazio Antinori (fr)
  • Orazio Antinori (it)
  • Антинори, Орацио (ru)
  • Orazio Antinori (sv)
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