Angelo

Angelo is the deputy in Measure for Measure.
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Angelo

(from the article `Measure for Measure`) The play opens with Vincentio, the benevolent duke of Vienna, commissioning his deputy Angelo to govern the city while he travels to Poland. In ...
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Angelo

Angelo is a Greek name for boys. The meaning is `Angel, Messenger of God` The name Angelo is most commonly given to Italian boys. Angelo is at number 42 in the top 50 of Italian boys (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Angel (Spanish) Angie Ange (French) Angy Angelik Anjel Angell Engel (German) Anjo The name sounds like:...
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Angelo

[Measure for Measure] Angelo is a character in Shakespeare`s play Measure for Measure. He is the play`s main Antagonist. ==Role in the play== Angelo is the deputy to Vincentio, the Duke of Vienna, who begins the play by departing the city under mysterious circumstances and leaves the strait-laced Angelo in power. Angelo`s first act is to be...
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Angelo

Angelo is an Italian masculine given name meaning `angel`, or `messenger`. Angelo is also an Italian surname that has many variations: Angeli (disambiguation), Angela (disambiguation), De Angelis, D`Angelo, Angelini, Angelino (disambiguation), Angelina (disambiguation), Angelucci, Angeloni, Angeletti (disambiguation). Angelo as a given name m...
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Angelo

[opera] ==Performance history== Angelo was premiered on 1 February 1876 in Saint Petersburg at the Mariinsky Theatre. The conductor was Eduard Nápravník. Apparently it did not survive that particular season, and was removed from the repertory. A new production of Angelo was staged twenty-five years after the original premiere in 1901 at t...
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