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Pinturicchio
   Popular name for Bernardino di Betto di Biago (ca. 1454-1513), a painter from Perugia who worked in the Umbrian style. Until the influence of Raphael brought about a change ...
Pio, Alberto, Prince of Carpi
(1475-1531)    Italian prince, diplomat, and humanist. He was the son of the ruler of the small principality of Carpi; his mother Caterina was a sister of Giovanni Pico della ...
Pirckheimer, Charitas
(1467-1532)    Abbess of the convent of St. Clare at Nuremberg, which she entered in 1479 and of which she was elected abbess in 1503. She was a member of the wealthy patrician ...
Pirckheimer, Willibald
(1470-1530)    Member of a promi-nent patrician family of Nuremberg and one of the leading German humanists of the early 16th century. His father pursued a legal career that ...
Pisa, Council of
   There were two councils of the Western church held at Pisa, neither of which is recognized by the modern Roman Catholic church as genuine. The first of these was summoned by ...
Pisan, Christine de
   See Christine de Pizan.
Pisanello, Antonio
(ca. 1395-1455)    Italian artist, known for his paintings (few of which survive), his commemorative medals, and his hundreds of beautiful drawings. Born in Pisa and trained ...
Pius II, Pope
(Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, 1405-1464)    Prominent Italian humanist, diplomat, and cleric, elected pope in 1458. He was born near Siena and in 1423 entered the university ...
Plantin, Christophe
(ca. 1520-1589)    Printer and publisher at Antwerp from 1555 to his death. He was born in France but about 1548 emigrated to Antwerp, where he worked as a bookbinder and in ...
Platina, Bartolomeo
(Bartolomeo Sacchi, 1421-1481)    Ro-man humanist and librarian of the Vatican. Named from the village where he was born, Piadena, he may have received schoolng in Cre-mona but ...
Plato in the Renaissance
   See Neoplatonism.
Platonism in the Renaissance
   See Neoplatonism.
Pletho
(common name, Georgios Gemistos, ca. 1355-1452)    a Byzantine philosopher and teacher who did much to promote the in-fluence of Plato and the ancient Neoplatonists among both ...
Podestà
   In nearly all independent cities of northern and central Italy, the chief administrative and judicial official. In the 12th and 13th centuries, the emperor appointed ...
Poggius Florentinus
   See Bracciolini, Poggio.
Pole, Reginald
(1500-1558)    English humanist, cardinal, and archbishop of Canterbury, a second cousin of King Henry VIII. The king supported Pole's education and early career. Destined ...
Poliziano, Angelo
(born Angelo Ambrogini, 1454-1494)    Ital-ian humanist and poet, one of the most learned philologists and textual critics of the 15th century. By 1469 he had moved to ...
Pollaiuolo, Antonio del
(1431-1498)    Florentine artist who worked with his brother Piero in Florence and Rome. Antonio was known mainly as a sculptor; his bronze statuette Hercules and An-taeus ...
Pontano, Giovanni
(1426-1503)    Italian humanist and diplo-mat. He was a native of Umbria and was educated at Perugia, but in 1447 he accepted an appointment at the court of King Alfonso of ...
Pontormo, Jacopo da
(1494-1556/7)    Florentine painter, as-sociated with the mannerist reaction against the monumental spirit of High Renaissance art, even though his development was strongly ...
Popes
   Common title for the bishops of Rome when viewed in their role as supreme heads of the Roman Catholic Church. The origins of papal sovereignty over the whole church are ...
Popólo Minuto / Popólo Grasso / Grandi
   Terms used in the early Renaissance to describe the three principal classes in the ur-ban communes of northern and central Italy. During the 12th and 13th centuries, as ...
Porta, Giambattista della
(ca. 1535-1615)    Neapolitan writer, known for his learning and his authorship of works on science and magic as well as for his numerous and successful neoclassical dramas. ...
Portuguese Inquisition
   The neighboring kingdom of Portu-gal generally followed Spanish policy on religion. Pope Paul III au-thorized a Portuguese Inquisition in 1536. It was organized on the ...
Postel, Guillaume
(1510-1581)    French linguistic scholar, reli-gious reformer, cabalist, mystic, prophet of a new age, and (in the opinion of many contemporaries) madman. He was a born ...
Pragmatic sanction of bourges
   Legislation issued by King Charles VII in the French Estates General of 1438, defining the Gallican (French) Church as an autonomous unit within the total Catholic church ...
Prato, Giovanni da
(ca. 1367-ca. 1442)    Florentine vernacular author, unusual in a generation when writing in Latin had eclipsed writing in the vernacular. At a time when some classical purists ...
Printing
   The new art of mechanical production of books with mov-able type emerged in northern Europe, probably at Mainz in western Germany, by the early 1450s. Its immediate and ...
Pulci, Luigi
(1432-1484)    Florentine vernacular poet. His wit and skill as a popular writer won him the patronage of Cosimo de'Medici. Urged by Cosimo's daughter-in-law to write a poem on ...


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