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Girolamo Graziani (1604–1675)

Graziani, Girolamo (gräts”ē-än’ē). An Italian poet; born in Pergola in 1604; died there, Sept. 10, 1675. ‘Cleopatra,’ a heroic poem on the model of Tasso, and ‘The Conquest of Granada,’ are his happiest efforts in metre. A tragedy, ‘Cromwell’ was extraordinarily popular for a time.