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 (pĕr′ə-jē′nō, pĕ′ro͞o-) Originally Pietro Vannucci. 1445-1523?
Italian painter whose best-known work is a fresco in the Sistine Chapel, Christ Giving the Keys to Saint Peter (1481-1482).


(Italian peruˈdʒino)
(Biography) Il (il), real name Pietro Vannucci. 1446–1523, Italian painter; master of Raphael. His works include the fresco Christ giving the Keys to Peter in the Sistine Chapel, Rome


(ˌpɛr uˈdʒi noʊ)
(Pietro Vannucci), 1446–1524, Italian painter.
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Edited by Manuela Wagner, Dorie Conlon Perugini, and Michael Byram
Nadeem Riyaz, Additional Secretary (Europe) and Italys delegation was headed by Andrea Perugini, Director General for Asia of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Replacements: Sarto (for Berryman 66), Aguero (for Perugini 58), Ferrarini (for Q Geldenhuys 58), Biagi (for Bergamasco 58)
Replacements: H Gustafson, N Williams, N Buck, A Jones, T Brown, J Evans, L Robling, A Smith Zebre: S Sinoti; G Venditti, R Quartaroli, G Garcia (capt), S Pace; L Orquera, T Tebaldi; S Perugini, C Festuccia, D Ryan, Q Geldenhuys, E Caffini, N Cattina, F Cristiano, A van Schalkwyk.
Salvatore Perugini snapped up a late consolation try.
Replacements: A Strauss, S Perugini, J White, M Bortolami, N Kenatale, R Kahui, S Rabeni.
Perugini remains in practice at UMass Memorial, spokesman Robert Brogna said.
Replacements: Burton for Orquera (57), Perugini for Lo Cicero (47), Ghiraldini for Festuccia (47), Geldenhuys for Dellape 53), Derbyshire for Barbieri (57) Medard, Huget, Rougerie, Jauzion, Clerc, Trinh-Duc, Parra, Marconnet, Servat, Mas, Pierre, Nallet, Dusautoir, Bonnaire, Chabal.
REPS: Ghiraldini, Perugini, Geldenhuys, Derbyshire, Canavosio, Burton, McLean.
Opposite them will be the gnarled Italian trio of Salvatore Perugini, Leonardo Ghiraldini and Martin Castrogiovanni, who have 181 caps between them.
The fly-half will be joined by fellow Aussie Will Genia in a starting line-up, which includes six Australians and five All Blacks plus Italy's Salvatore Perugini and Martyn Williams from Wales.
BARBARIANS: O'Connor (Aus), Rococoko (NZ), Mitchell (Aus), Ashley-Cooper (Aus), Nonu (NZ), Giteau (Aus, capt), Genia (Aus), Perugini (It), Moore (Aus), Tialata (NZ), Van Zyl (Stormers), Jack (NZ), So'oialo (NZ), Williams (Wal), Bourke (Chiefs).