Antonio Picconi da
[ahn-taw-nyaw peek-kaw-nee dah] /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ pikˈkɔ ni dɑ/ (Show IPA), (Antonio Cordiani) 1484?–1546, Italian architect and engineer.
his uncle Giuliano da
[joo-lyah-naw dah] /dʒuˈlyɑ nɔ dɑ/ (Show IPA) (Giuliano Giamberti), 1445–1516, Italian architect, sculptor, and engineer.
Here the upper storey added by Michelangelo is inferior to the two lower storeys by Sangallo.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 4 Various
Sangallo’s design has been preserved for us and shows what a magnificent conception he had.
The Century of Columbus James J. Walsh
Antonio de Oliveira [ahn-taw-nyoo duh aw-lee-vey-ruh] /ɑ̃ˈtɔ nyʊ də ˌɔ liˈveɪ rə/ (Show IPA), 1889–1970, premier of Portugal 1933–68. Contemporary Examples “I’ve been blown away by how much the immigration policy has been kicking us in the teeth,” Salazar said previously. E-Verify mandate: ‘Pain in the neck’ for Main Street CNBC July 17, 2013 The […]
Antonio [ahn-toh-nee-oh] /ɑnˈtoʊ niˌoʊ/ (Show IPA), 1781–1858, Austrian composer and music publisher. Historical Examples Of the Quintett there are two movements entirely finished, and it was intended for Diabelli. Life of Beethoven Anton Schindler Diabelli received the proposition with delight and offered 80 ducats, requiring not more than six or seven variations. The Life of […]
Antonio (Antonio Gaudí i Cornet) 1852–1926, Spanish architect in the Catalan style. noun Antonio (anˈtonjo). 1852–1926, Spanish architect, regarded as one of the most original exponents of Art Nouveau in Europe and noted esp for the church of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
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Antonio [an-taw-nyoo] /ɛ̃ˈtɔ nyʊ/ (Show IPA), 1823–64, Brazilian poet. Historical Examples Written by goncalves dias, who perished by shipwreck in sight of his native shores. Our Little Brazilian Cousin Mary F. Nixon-Roulet