12 relations: Antonio Rosetti, C. A. Rosetti (disambiguation), Gino Rossetti, Maria Rosetti, Piața Rosetti, Roberto Rosetti, Rosette, Rosetti (company), Rosetti family, Rosseti, Rossetti, Theodor Rosetti.
Francesco Antonio Rosetti (c. 1750 – 30 June 1792, born Franz Anton Rösler, changed to Italianate form by 1773) was a classical era composer and double bass player, and was a contemporary of Haydn and Mozart.
Gino Rossetti (7 November 1904 – 16 May 1992) was an Italian football manager and former footballer who played as a forward or winger.
Maria Rosetti (born Marie Grant; 1819 &ndash) was a Guernsey born Wallachian and Romanian political activist, journalist, essayist, philanthropist and socialite.
Piața Rosetti is a small square in Sector 2 of Bucharest, 250 metres from Piaţa Universităţii.
Roberto Rosetti (born 18 September 1967 in Turin, Piedmont) is a former Italian football referee.
Rosette is the French diminutive of rose.
Rosetti Handbags and Accessories Ltd. (simply known as Rosetti) designs, markets, and sells women's handbags, purses, and related accessories.
The Rosetti family (also spelled Ruset, Rosset, Rossetti), was a Moldavian boyar princely family of Byzantine and Italian (from Genoa) origins.
PAO Rosseti is a Russian power company, comprises interregional and regional distribution grid companies (IDGCs/RDGCs), research and development institutes, design and construction institutes, and construction and sales entities.
The House of Rossetti is an Italian noble, and Boyar Princely family appearing in the 14th-15th century, originating among the patrician families, during the Republic of Genoa, with branches of the family establishing themselves in the Kingdom of Austria, and France, and as boyars in Romania, variants of the name spelled Ruset, Rosset, Rossetti, of Byzantine and Italian origins.
Theodor Rosetti (5 May 1837, Iași or Solești, Moldavia – 17 July 1923, Bucharest, Romania) was a Romanian writer, journalist and politician who served as Prime Minister of Romania between 23 March 1888 and 22 March 1889.