Biographies

Biographies of notable Italians from Istria, Dalmatia, Fiume and the Quarnaro.

Italians of Istria


Italians of Dalmatia


Italians of Fiume and the Quarnaro


Italians of Eastern Friuli and the Carso
Max Fabiani
Francesco Macedonio
Mario Mori


Italian Saints of Istria
Blessed Antonio Martissa
Blessed Assalone of Capodistria
Blessed Elias of Capodistria
Blessed Florius of Cittanova
Blessed Giuliana Malgranello
Blessed Giuliano Cesarello da Valle
Blessed Monaldo of Capodistria
Blessed Ottone of Pola
St. Germanus of Pola
St. Giuliano of Rimini
St. Jerome
St. Maurus of Parenzo
St. Maximianus of Ravenna
St. Maximus of Cittanova
St. Nazarius of Capodistria
St. Nicephorus of Pedena
St. Nicolosa Bursa
St. Pelagius of Emona
St. Projectus of Parenzo
St. Rufus of Loparo
Sts. Zoellus, Servilius, Felix, Silvanus and Diocles


Italian Saints of Dalmatia
Blessed Adam of Cattaro
Blessed Agostino Casotti
Blessed Raffaele di Barletta
Blessed Giacomo da Bitetto
Blessed Gratia of Cattaro
Blessed Marin of Cattaro
Martyrs of Cattaro
St. Anastasius of Salona
St. Caius
St. Concordius of Spoleto
St. Doimo
St. Donatus of Zara
St. Felix of Epetium
St. Giovanni Orsini of Traù
St. Giuliano di Sora
St. Heliodorus of Altino
St. Maximianus of Ravenna
St. Peter of Illyria
St. Septimus, St. Victoricus and St. Hermogenes
St. Venantius of Salona
Sts. Asterius, Paulinianus, Telius, Antiochianus and Gaianus


Italian Saints of the Quarnaro
St. Gaudentius of Ossero
St. Leo of Montefeltro
St. Marino


Other Italians
Antonio degli Agli (Born in Italy; archbishop in Ragusa)
Emilio Ambrosini (Born in Italy; worked in Fiume)
Marzio Andreuzzi (Born in Italy; bishop in Dalmatia)
Francesco Maria Appendini (Born in Italy; worked in Ragusa)
Bartolomeo Averoldi (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Maso di Bartolomeo (Born in Italy; worked in Ragusa)
Ludovico Beccadelli (Born in Italy; archbishop in Ragusa)
Augusto Benvenuti (Born in Italy; worked in Fiume)
Baldassarre Bonifacio (Born in Italy; archbishop in Istria)
Rainerio di Cagli (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Ugo Camozzo (Born in Italy; bishop in Fiume)
Ilario Carposio (Born in Italy; worked in Fiume)
Giovanni da Pian del Carpine (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Ilario Carposio (Born in Italy; worked in Fiume)
Carlo Lanza di Casalanza (Born in Italy; mayor in Dalmatia)
Onofrio della Cava (Born in Italy; worked in Ragusa)
Tomaso Cecchino (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Stefano Celesti (Born in Italy; worked in Istria)
Pietro Coppo (Born in Italy; worked in Istria)
Gabriele D'Annunzio (Born in Italy; leader in Fiume)
Bonifacio Da Ponte (Born in Italy; bishop in Istria)
Giovanni Dacre (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Giovanni Dominici (Born in Italy; bishop in Dalmatia)
Morto da Feltre (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Antonio Ferramolino (Born in Italy; worked in Ragusa)
Niccolò di Giovanni Fiorentino (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Alberto Fortis (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Pietro Foscari (Born in Italy; abbot in Dalmatia)
Gaetano Giardino (Born in Italy; governor in Fiume)
Giuseppe Godeassi (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Timoteo Maffei (Born in Italy; archbishop in Ragusa)
Benedetto Marcello (Born in Italy; provveditore in Istria)
Giovanni Angelo Medici di Marignano (Pope Pius IV) (Born in Italy; bishop in Ragusa)
Michelozzo (Born in Italy; worked in Ragusa)
Bonino da Milano (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia and Ragusa)
Maffeo Pantaleoni (Born in Italy; minister in Fiume)
Maria Pasquinelli (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia and Istria)
Jacopino Badoer da Peraga (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Matteo Ponzone (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Eugenio Popovich (Born in Russia; worked in Trieste and Istria)
Ruggero di Puglia (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Gabriello Puliti (Born in Italy; worked in Istria)
Pietro Riario (Born in Italy; bishop in Dalmatia)
Michele Sanmicheli (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Vincenzo Serrentino (Born in Italy; prefect in Dalmatia)
Alvise Tagliapietra (Born in Italy; worked in Istria)
Giacomo Filippo Tomasini (Born in Italy; bishop in Istria)
Paolo Veneziano (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)
Bartolomeo Zabarella (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
Giacomo Zammattio (Born in Italy; worked in Fiume)
Lorenzo Zane (Born in Italy; archbishop in Dalmatia)
St. Vincenza (Born in Italy; relics transferred to Dalmatia)
Madio di Montecassino (Madius of Zara) (Born in Italy; worked in Dalmatia)