Below is a list of notable individuals from Italy, distinguished by their connection to the nation through residence, legal status, historical influence, or cultural impact. They are categorized based on their specific areas of achievement and prominence.

Acting

Architects

Main article: List of Italian architects

Ancient Rome

See also: Category:Ancient Roman architects

Middle Ages

See also: Category:Italian architects

Renaissance

Baroque

Neoclassicism

The 1900s

Chefs and gastronomists

Main article: List of Italian chefs

Craftsmen

Engineers and inventors

See also: Category:Italian engineers

Explorers

Main article: List of Italian explorers

Fictional characters

See also: Category:Fictional Italian people

Filmmakers

Main article: List of film directors from Italy

Illustrators

See also: Category:Italian illustrators

Military and political figures

Etruscan civilization

See also: Category:Etruscan kings

Ancient Rome

Main articles: List of Roman Emperors, List of Roman dictators, List of Roman generals, and List of Roman consuls

Roman Catholic Church

Main article: List of popes

See also: Category:Cardinals (Catholic Church), Category:Roman Catholic bishops, and Category:Italian popes

Renaissance

Main article: House of Medici

Main article: List of condottieri

Early Modern period to Unification

See also: History of early modern Italy

1861 to the rise of Fascism

Main article: Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)

See also: Category:Italian military personnel of World War I, Category:Italian military personnel of World War II, and Category:Italian fascists

Italian Republic

See also: List of Presidents of the Italian Republic, List of Prime Ministers of Italy, and Template:Lists of Italian politicians by party

Musicians

Composers

Main article: List of Italian composers

Middle Ages

Renaissance

Baroque

Classical period

Romantic

The 1900s

Conductors

See also: Category:Italian conductors (music)

Singers

See also: Category:Italian singers, Category:Italian songwriters, and Category:Italian rappers

Castrati singers

See also: Castrato

Sopranos

See also: Category:Italian sopranos

Mezzo-sopranos

See also: Category:Italian mezzo-sopranos

Contraltos

See also: Category:Italian contraltos

Tenors

See also: Category:Italian tenors

Baritones

See also: Category:Italian baritones

Basses

Painters

See also: List of Italian painters

Ancient Rome

See also: Category:Ancient Roman painters

Middle Ages

See also: Category:Italian painters

Renaissance and Mannerism

Baroque and Rococo

The 1800s

The 1900s

Photographers

Printers

See also: Category:Italian printers

Printmakers

See also: Category:Italian printmakers

Saints

See also: Category:Italian saints

Scientists

Main article: List of Italian scientists

Sculptors

See also: Category:Italian sculptors

Sport people

See also: Category:Italian sportspeople

Writers and philosophers

See also: List of Italian journalists, List of Italian philosophers, and List of Italian writers

Ancient and Late Antique

Main article: Latin literature

See also: Category:Writers in Latin and Category:Philosophers of Roman Italy

The Middle Ages

Main article: Italian literature

See also: Category:Italian writers and Category:Italian philosophers

Humanism and the Renaissance

The Baroque period and the Enlightenment

The 1800s

The 1900s

Other notables

See also

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