Bartoli, Matteo Giulio

BORN 22 Nov 1873, Labin - DIED 23 Jan 1946, Torino, Piemonte
GRAVE LOCATION Torino, Piemonte: Cimitero Monumentale, Corso Novara (Ampliazone 3, Arcata 56)

Matteo Giulio Bartoli studied at the University of Vienna where his teacher Wilhelm Meyer-Lübke had a great influence on him. Other influences were Benedetto Croce and Karl Vossler. He graduated in 1898 and later he studied under Jules Guilliéron in Paris. From 1908 until his death in 1948 he was professor of Glottology at the University of Turin.

He was best for his work in the field of linguistic geography. He collaborated on the Italian Linguistic Atlas and his pupils included Antonio Gramsci. In 1906 he published "Das Dalmatische" on the Dalmatic dialect. In 1925 "Introduzione alla neolinguistica" was published.


The ashes of several famous persons were buried here at the Cimitero Monumentale, Turin.
Picture by Androom (28 Feb 2014)


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Published: 04 Feb 2024
Last update: 05 Feb 2024