List of people from Italy

This is a list of Italians, who are identified with the Italian nation through residential, legal, historical, or cultural means, grouped by their area of notability.

Acting[]

Actors[]

Actresses[]

Architects[]

Ancient Rome[]

Middle Ages[]

Humanism and the Renaissance[]

Baroque[]

Neoclassicism[]

The 1900s[]

Chefs and gastronomists[]

Craftsmen[]

Engineers[]

Explorers[]

Fictional characters[]

Filmmakers[]

Illustrators[]

Military and political figures[]

Etruscan civilization[]

Ancient Rome[]

Roman Catholic Church[]

Renaissance[]

Early Modern period to Unification[]

1861 to the rise of Fascism[]

Italian Republic[]

Musicians[]

Composers[]

Middle Ages[]

Renaissance[]

Baroque[]

Classical period[]

Romantic[]

The 1900s[]

Conductors[]

Singers[]

Castrati singers[]

Sopranos[]

Mezzo-sopranos[]

Contraltos[]

Tenors[]

Baritones[]

Basses[]

Painters[]

Ancient Rome[]

Middle Ages[]

Renaissance and Mannerism[]

Baroque and Rococo[]

The 1800s[]

The 1900s[]

Photographers[]

Printers[]

Printmakers[]

Saints[]

Scientists[]

Sculptors[]

Sport people[]

Writers and philosophers[]

Ancient and Late Antique[]

The Middle Ages[]

Humanism and the Renaissance[]

The Baroque period and the Enlightenment[]

The 1800s[]

The 1900s[]

Other notables[]

See also[]

References[]

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