an Italian jurist. He was born near Brescia, and educated under the Jesuits there and at the University of Padua. He finally gave himself up to legal studies. After some official employments in which he gained great popularity, he traveled over Italy and Sicily. His marriage in 1771, and his numerous family, seem only to have induced him to live in a more retired manner, and devote himself more to study. He published several books. His work related to Pufendorf was later examined by other authors, such as Maurizio Bazzoli's Giambattista Almici e la diffusione di Pufendorf nel settecento italiano (1979). His brother Camillo Almici was an Italian priest and Oratorian.
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