FABRONI, ANGELO (1732-1803), a celebrated Italian biographer, was born at Morradi, Tuscany, 25th September three years' curriculum, he resolved, being determined to atthe pontifical chapel before Benedict XIV., and made such a favourable impression that the pontiff settled on him an annuity left by the Countess liospigliosi to young men who had taken a degree in law. With the possession of this annuity Fabroni was able to devote his whole time to study.
Besides his other literary labours, he commenced at Pisa in 1771 a literary journal, which lie continued till 1796. About 1772 he made a journey to Paris, where he formed the acquaintance of Condorcet, Diderot, D'Alembert, Rousseau, and most of the other eminent Frenchmen of that age. He also spent four months in London. He died at Pisa 22d September 1803.
The following are his principal works Vitee Italorum doetrina excellentium qui &vetch's XVII. et X VIII. florucrunt, Pisa, 17781799, 1804-1805, 20 vols. 8vo (the last two vols. were published posthumously, and contain a life of the author) ; Laorentii Medial Hagnifici Vita, Pisa, 1784, 2 vole. 8vo; Lconis X. pontifieis maximi Vita, Pisa, 1797; and Elogi di Dante Alighieri, di Angelo Poliziano, di Lodovico Ariosto, e di Tory'. Lasso, Parma, 1800.