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Delli Colli, Tonino b. November 20, 1923 d. August 16, 2005 Cinematographer. His 130 film credits include "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly," "Once Upon a Time in the West," "The Name of the Rose," and "Life is Beautiful" by Roberto Benigni in 1997. He worked with directors such as Sergio Leone, Federico Fellini, Roman Polanski and Pier Paolo Pasolini. Cause of death was a heart attack. He made his first film "Finalmente Si," in 1943. He shot Italy's first colour movie, "Toto a Colori," in 1952, and won 4 David di Donatello Awards. He was awarded the...[Read More] (Bio by: Genet) Chiesa di Santa Maria di Aracoeli, Rome, Provincia di Roma, Lazio, Italy
Helena, Saint Saint and Empress. She was born around 249 in Bithynia. She had an affair with a Roman officer named Flavius Valerius Constantius who would later rise to be emperor Constantius I Chlorus. Sometime between 272 and 280 she bore him a son, Constantin. While Constantius' remained pagan Helena was baptized. They separated in 289 so he could marry Theodora, daughter of emperor Maximian. After Constantius' death Constantin took over his army and became emperor himself. According to Saint Ambrose of...[Read More] (Bio by: Lutetia) Chiesa di Santa Maria di Aracoeli, Rome, Provincia di Roma, Lazio, Italy
Katarina Vukcic-Kosaca b. 1424 d. October 25, 1478 Bosnia Monarch. The last queen of Bosnia, she was born in Blagaj Buna, (near to present day Mostar), and died in Rome, Italy. She was raised in the Bogomil faith, and remained as such until her marriage on May 26,1446 to King Stepan Tomas of Bosnia, an illegitimate son of King Tvrtko II, last of the Kotramanic line. King Stjepan Tomas died in 1461. They had two children, a boy named Sigismund, and a girl named Kattarina. In accordance with a series of agreements prior to the marriage of Queen...[Read More] (Bio by: Katja) Chiesa di Santa Maria di Aracoeli, Rome, Provincia di Roma, Lazio, Italy