Pitrè, Giuseppe (b. 1841)

Pitrè, Giuseppe, eminent Italian folk-lorist, born at Palermo, after serving as a volunteer in 1860 under Garibaldi, and graduating in medicine in 1866, threw himself into the study of literature, and soon made the folk-lore of Italy, the special study of his life, and to which he has devoted himself with unsparing assiduity, the fruits from time to time appearing principally in two series of his works, one in 19 vols. and another in 10 vols.; (b. 1841).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Pitman, Sir Isaac * Pitris
Pisistratus
Pistoia
Pistol, Ancient
Pistole
Pit`aka`
Pitaval
Pitcairn Island
Pitcairne, Archibald
Pithom
Pitman, Sir Isaac
Pitrè, Giuseppe
Pitris
Pitacottie, Robert Lindsay of
Pitt, William
Pitt, William
Pitt Diamond
Pittacus
Pittsburg
Pityriasis
Pius
Pix