Boškovic, Anica (1714–1804)
Bošković, Anica (1714–1804)
Croatian poet. Name variations: Anica Boskovic. Born 1714 in Dubrovnik, Croatia; died 1804; sister of Rudjer Boskovic (philosopher and scientist, 1711–1787); never married.
Translated poetry from Latin and Italian; anonymously published Razgovor pastirski vrhu porodjenja Gospodinova jedne dje-vočice Dubrovkinje in Venice (1758).
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