1871 – Born on July 21st in Portica, Piedmont. Italian man of letters and historian.
1893 – With his father-in-law, the criminologist Cesare Lombroso, he collaborated in the writing of La donna delinquente (The Female Offender).
1897 – He wrote the book, The Young Europe.
1902 – Among his numerous works the best-known deal with Roman history, notably The Greatness and Decline of Rome.
1907 – He wrote "Greatness and Decline of Rome".
1908 – He was invited to the White House by Theodore Roosevelt.
1909 – Gave lectures in the northeast of the United States which were collected and published as ‘Characters and Events of Roman History’.
1914 – He wrote "Ancient Rome and Modern America".
1930 – Ferrero was exiled by Benito Mussolini and became professor of history at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
1942 – Died on August 3rd in Mont-Pelerin-sur-Vevey, France.