Vinicio Barocas (Alexandria, Egypt, 2 August 1914 - Preston, Lancashire, GB, 16 November 2016), brother: came to Italy shortly before her to attend university, in 1939 emigrated to England and never returned.
Ida Orvieto Barocas (1882-1949?), mother: widow, came to Florence in 1934 with her two youngest sons and left for Egypt after the promulgation of the Racial Laws.
Valerio Barocas (Alexandria, Egypt, 26 October 1904 - Rome April 1965), brother: expelled from the Italian Hospital in Egypt where he was a doctor, prosecuted as an Italian. He moved to Italy in 1952 with his wife Cesira Casini, teacher, and his sons Alberto (1938), who became a nuclear chemist, and Claudio (1940-1989), future Egyptologist. They moved to Rome in 1958.
Birth and education
Italian high school
Università di Firenze
Return to Egypt after the Racial Laws
In Florence again
Translator from English, specialized in teaching the English language to foreigners, private teacher.