Tomorrow, at 5.30 pm at the State Library, the third meeting of the events “Science in the City: Close Encounters with Science for the Curious, Skeptics and Enthusiasts” will be held, organized by the “Friends of the High School of Science” association in cooperation with the Galilee High School and sponsored by the municipality and the university. The theme of the meeting will be “Accademia dei Catenati, Accademia Georgica and Accademia degli Incolti” and will be spoken by Angiola Maria Napoleone, Prince of Accademia dei Catenati, former Director of the State Library of Macerata; Cinzia Cecchini, rector of the Georgica Accademia in Tria, science teacher in Ite “Gentili” and former student of Galilei High School and professor Francesca Pagnanelli, secretary of the Accademia degli Incolti in Cingoli. Writer Lucia Tancredi is a moderate. The Accademia dei Catenati was one of the oldest literary circles in Italy. The date of its foundation can be obtained by reading the documents of the Academy itself and is July 2, 1574. It was founded on the initiative of Girolamo Zoppi, teacher of poetry, rhetoric and philosophy that year in Marco’s Macerata studio. Antonio Cittadani, who was the first secretary, and Di Pietro Orespa. However, the Accademia Georgica in Tria derives from the earlier Accademia dei Solivati, dating from 1430, founded by the Apostolic Bartolomeo Vignati. Finally, the Accademia degli Incolti was founded in Cingoli in 1636: currently in the “reconstruction” phase, its headquarters are in the Palazzo Castiglioni.
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