Alberti (surname)


Alberti (surname)

Alberti was an illustrious Florentine family, rivals of the Medicis and the Albizzi. The main lineage died during the Victorian Era, and their lands passed on to in-laws. After numerous legal battles, the blood-related Alberty branch of the family recovered several properties.

People

*Leone Battista Alberti (1404–1472); Italian polymath, active in many fields.
*Alberto di Giovanni Alberti (1525–1599), Italian architect and artist
*Alessandro Alberti (1551–1590); Italian painter.
*Antonio degli Alberti (c. 1360 – 1415); Italian poet.
*Charly Alberti (born 1963); Argentine drummer, member of the rock band Soda Stereo.
*Cherubino Alberti (Borghegiano) (1553–1615); Italian engraver and painter.
*Domenico Alberti (c. 1710 – 1740); Italian composer and singer; he gave his name to the musical figuration known as the Alberti bass.
*Dorona Alberti (born 1975); Dutch singer and actress
*Durante Alberti (1538–1613); Italian painter.
*Friedrich August von Alberti (1795–1878); paleontologist.
*Gasparo Alberti (c. 1480 – c. 1560); Italian composer.
*Gerlando Alberti (born 1923); known as "U Paccarè", a member of the Sicilian Mafia
*Giuseppe Matteo Alberti (1685–1751); Italian composer and violinist.
*Innocentio Alberti (c. 1535 – 1615); Italian composer and instrumentalist.
*Johann Friedrich Alberti (1642–1710); German composer and organist.
*Leandro Alberti (1479 – c. 1552); Italian Dominican historian.
*Micah Alberti (born 1984); American television actor
*Peter Adler Alberti (1851–1932); Danish politician
*Pietro Alberti (16??–17??); Italian composer, organist and violinist who lived in northern Europe.
*Rafael Alberti (1902–1999); Spanish poet.
*Silvio Alberti; Italian race car driver.
*Willy Alberti; Dutch 20th century artist. Father of Willeke Alberti.
*Willeke Alberti; Dutch singer. Daughter of Willy Alberti


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