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Historical Dictionary of Renaissance by Charles G. Nauert (En-En) Ver. 1.0 (red. 31.05.2011) Number of headwords: 598. Number of entries: 593. Lingvo Compiled by EdwART © ...
Academies
   Associations, originally loosely organized and unofficial, formed from about the middle of the 15th century by local groups of Italian humanists to promote the growth of ...
Achillini, Alessandro
(1463-1512)    Italian physician, anatomist, and philosopher, a moderate follower of the "Averroistic" interpretation of Aristotle that dominated philosophical teaching in ...
Adrian VI
(1454-1523, pope 1522-1523)    Born Adriaan Floriszoon at Utrecht, he became the outstanding member of the theological faculty at Louvain and served as tutor to the future ...
Agrícola, Georg
(vernacular name Georg Bauer, 1490-1555).    German writer on metallurgy and mining. Educated in Latin grammar at Leipzig and in medicine at Bologna, he wrote on subjects ...
Agrícola, Rudolf
(Latinized name Roelof Huisman, 1444-1485)    Frisian humanist. The illegitimate son of a clergyman, he received an excellent grammatical education at Groningen and then ...
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius
(1486-1535)    German humanist and polymath, known in his own time principally for his learning in magic and other occult sciences. Born near Cologne and educated in liberal ...
Albizzi Family
   Wealthy mercantile family of Florence whose head, Maso degli Albizzi, led a junta of wealthy families who seized control of the city by force in 1382. This event reversed a ...
Alcalá de Henares, University of
   New Spanish university formally founded in 1499 by Cardinal Francisco Ximénes de Cisneros, archbishop of Toledo. After careful preparation, instruction began in 1508. ...
Alchemy
   Science (or pseudoscience) that studied the transformation of physical substances from one nature to another and attempted to discover, regularize, and apply the ...
Alciati, Andrea
(1492—1550)    Italian humanist and lawyer, educated in classical languages in his native Milan and then in law at Pavia, Bologna, and Ferrara. His Emblematum liber / Book ...
Aldine Press
   See Manutius, Aldus.
Aldrovandi, Ulisse
(1522-1605)    Italian physician and naturalist, known for his travels throughout Europe in pursuit of scientific knowledge and for his publications in that field. He ...
Aleandro, Girolamo
(1480-1542)    Italian humanist who later became one of the most influential agents of papal opposition to the Reformation. A native of Treviso, educated at Padua, he began ...
Alexander of Villedieu
(ca. 1170-ca. 1250)    French grammarian whose Doctrinale (1199) became the standard textbook of Latin grammar in medieval universities. This collection of doggerel Latin ...
Alexander VI
(1431-1503; pope, 1492—1503)    Commonly regarded as the worst example of the corruption and worldliness of the Renaissance church, Rodrigo Borja (in Italian, Borgia) was ...
Alighieri, Dante
   See Dante.
Altdorfer, Albrecht
(ca. 1480-1538)    German painter, active at Regensburg in Bavaria, where he became town architect in 1526. He was a close student of nature and one of the earliest artists to ...
Ambrosian Republic
   After Filippo Maria, the last Visconti duke of Milan, died in 1447 without a legitimate heir, the citizens of Milan attempted to restore their medieval republican ...
Amerbach, Johann
(ca. 1443-1513)    Founder of the most influential publishing firm of Renaissance Basel. He was born in Franconia and studied in Paris with Johann Heynlin von Stein, one of the ...
Amyot, Jacques
(1515-1593)    French humanist scholar and poet, known for his translations of Greek literature into Latin and French, especially his French versions of the Parallel Lives ...
Andreini, Isabella
(1562—1604)    Famous actress in the Italian commedia dell'arte tradition, also celebrated as a poet and author of prose literature. Born at Padua to a family of Venetian ...
Anguissola, Sofonisba
(1527-1625)    Italian painter noted for religious scenes and especially for portraits. She was the first woman painter to establish an international reputation and to leave ...
Antiquity
   See Classics.
Antonino, Saint
(Antonio Pierozzi, 1389-1459)    Son of a Florentine notary, he was attracted to join the Dominican order in 1405 by the preaching of the anti-humanist friar Giovanni Dominici; ...
Aretino, Pietro
(1492-1556)    Italian writer, born to a poor family in Arezzo but by 1517 settled at Rome, where he found wealthy patrons. A skilled vernacular poet, he first became notorious ...
Argyropoulos, Johannes
(1415-1487)    Byzantine scholar who became a respected teacher of Greek language, literature, and philosophy in Italy. He settled at Florence, where he taught at the ...
Ariosto, Ludovico
(1474-1533)    Italian Renaissance poet, productive in lyric poetry and in comedies inspired by classical drama, but known chiefly for his epic Orlando furioso / Roland Gone ...
Ascham, Roger
(ca. 1515-1568)    English humanist and teacher. A poor boy from Yorkshire, educated at Cambridge University at a time when enthusiasm for Greek language and Ciceronian ...


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