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Terenzio, Count Mamiani della Rovere (1799–1885)

Mamiani della Rovere, Terenzio, Count (mä-mē-ä’nē del’lä rō’vā-rā). An Italian statesman, educator, and philosophical writer; born at Pesaro, about 1799; died at Rome, May 21, 1885. He was imprisoned and exiled for taking part in the revolution at Bologna, in 1831; made Minister of the Interior in 1848; Minister of Public Instruction in 1860; Minister to Athens. He wrote numerous books, among which are: ‘Confessions of a Metaphysician’ (2d ed. 1865); ‘The Religion of the Future’ (1879); ‘Social Questions’ (1882); etc.