Lomborso, Cesare

(1836-1909)
   Italian crimi-nologist. Born in Verona to a distinguished Jewish family, he studied at the Universty of Turin as well as in Padua, Paris and Vienna. During the 1859 war he was a physician in the army. He became professor of psychiatry and medical jurisprudence at Turin. His works include The Criminal Man and The Man of Genius.

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