Tommaso Senise was born in this house of Corleto Perticara (Largo Senise 1) on February 2, 1848. A shabby memorial tablet, nearby the main door, commended him. He lived in this house with his brother Carmine Senise who was an Italian Politician.
The inscription in Italian says: IN QUESTA CASA NACQUERO PIÙ CHE DI SANGUE / FRATELLI DI CUORE INCORROTTI /CARMINE E TOMMASO SENISE A DI 30 / MARZO 1836 IL PRIMO ANIMA DEL GLORIOSO / MOTO INSURREZIONALE DELL’AGOSTO 1860 / PREFETTO ESEMPLARMENTE AUSTERO A SALER / NO ED A NAPOLI A DI 2 FEBBRAIO 1848 IL SE / CONDO PRECLARO INSEGNANTE DI MEDICINA / NELL’ ATENEO NAPOLETANO E DEPUTATO AL / PARLAMENTO TUTTI E DUE SENATORI / DEL REGNO UNO QUI MORÌ A DI 31 OTTOBRE / 1918 GIÀ PRESIDENTE DEL CONSIGLIO DELLA / PROVINCIA NATIA L’ ALTRO A DI 25 FEBBRAIO / 1920 PRESIDENTE DEL CONSIGLIO PROVINCIALE / DI NAPOLI IL COMUNE PERCHÉ I LORO NOMI / RESTASSERO AI VENTURI INCITAMENTO A VIRTÙ / QUI POSE.
(In this house were born rather than blood/heart incorrupt brother/CARMINE and TOMMASO SENISE /on March 2, 1836 the first, soul of the glorious/insurrectional moto of the August 1860/ prefect sympathetically austere in Salerno/ and in Napoli; on February 2, 1848/ the second outstanding teacher of medicine/ in University of Naples and member of/Parliament ; both senators /of kingdom, one died here on October 31,1918/ already president of provincial birth Council/ the other (died) on February 25,1920/ president of provincial Council/ of Naples; the Municipality because their names/ remained for posterity as incitement of virtue/ here affixes)
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