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This in fact happened. Franco died in 1975, and Gaeta got a chair at the University of Barcelona in 1977. In the 1980 yearbook of the University of Barcelona he is mentioned as the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics. Prof. Vaquer remembers that he was a good dean. At that time, members of the faculty started speaking Catalan during Federico Gaeta and His Italian Heritage 27 the meetings (Juntes de Facultat). Though this was not yet allowed by the law, which was imposing the use of Castilian in public meetings, Gaeta never objected.

25] C. Peskine and L. Szpiro, Liaison des vari´ et´es alg´ebriques. I, Invent. Math. 26 (1974), 271–302. P. Rao, Liaison among curves in P3 , Invent. Math. 50 (1979), 205–217. [27] O. Zariski, Some Results in the Arithmetic Theory of Algebraic Varieties, Amer. J. Math. 61 (1939), 249–294. Rosa M. edu Progress in Mathematics, Vol. 280, 49–62 c 2010 Birkh¨ auser Verlag Basel/Switzerland Symmetric Ladders and G-biliaison Elisa Gorla Abstract. We study the family of ideals generated by minors of mixed size contained in a ladder of a symmetric matrix from the point of view of liaison theory.

In Madrid he died on April 4, 2007. During the years abroad Gaeta’s contacts with Italy became less intense, but they saw a revival from the second half of the 1970’s on. In 1974 he published again in an Italian journal, ﬁfteen years after [36], the paper [37], soon followed by [38, 39, 40]. The former notes were presented at the Accademia dei Lincei by B. Segre. The latter is Gaeta’s ﬁrst note in Italian after seventeen years and it is the text of a talk he gave in Milan. From the late 1970’s Gaeta started again visiting Italy, something he loved to do.