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date: 16 October 2019

Limentani, Ubertolocked

(1913–1989)
  • Denis Murphy

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Limentani, Uberto (1913–1989), Italian scholar, was born in Milan on 15 December 1913, the son of Umberto Limentani and his wife, Elisa, née Levi, both Jewish. He ascribed his love of scholarship to his father, a distinguished teacher and translator of classical literature. His family was typical of the Jewish bourgeoisie of the city: close-knit, practically unorthodox, in the sense that few of the Jewish festivals were observed, and thoroughly assimilated into the Italian community. Despite the relatively benevolent attitude of the fascist regime towards ...

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