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Quattrocento
   In Italian, the 15th century, conceived as an historical and cultural epoch. Art his-torians speak of Quattrocento style as the art produced during the first two-thirds of ...
Quattrocento Style
   In Italian, the 15th century, conceived as an historical and cultural epoch. Art his-torians speak of Quattrocento style as the art produced during the first two-thirds of ...
Querelle des Femmes
   The "woman question" was a series of literary debates whether women are naturally and inevitably inferior to men (as the received wisdom of European writers had held since ...
Raleigh, Walter
(ca. 1554-1618; also spelled Ralegh)    English explorer, historian, poet, and courtier. Born of a seafaring family in Devonshire, he studied at Oxford and the Inns of Court. ...
Ramus, Petrus
(Pierre de la Ramée, 1515-1572)    French philosopher, humanist, teacher, and Protestant martyr, known in his own time mainly as a critic of traditional Aristotelian logic and ...
Raphael
(Raffaele Sanzio, 1483-1520)    The youngest of the three major figures of the artistic High Renaissance, known primarily as a painter but also employed as an architect. Born ...
Reformation
   Although the term is sometimes used to designate efforts of all 16th-century religious groups to reform and revitalize religion, the most common usage is as a label for the ...
Regiomontanus
(Johannes Müller, 1436-1476)    German astronomer and mathematician, known primarily because of the astro-nomical tables (Ephemerides, 1474) he compiled and his Latin sum-mary ...
Reuchlin, Johann
(1455-1512)    German lawyer and humanist, famous because of his pioneering role in promoting the study of He-brew in northern Europe, and also because of his controversy with ...
Riemenschneider, Tilman
(ca. 1460-1531)    German sculptor, best known for his large limewood statues of scenes from the Bible and the lives of the saints. He was born in Thuringia but by 1479 had ...
Rienzo, Cola di
(ca. 1313-1354)    Roman notary and leader of a popular uprising of the common people of Rome against the incom-petent administration of the city by the absentee popes at ...
Rojas, Fernando de
(ca. 1475-1541)    Spanish dramatist. Born in the province of Toledo to a converso family, he studied law and en-countered humanist influences at the University of Salamanca, ...
Roman Academy
   See Academies.
Roman Inquisition
   The last of the major inquisitions to be founded, the Roman Inquisition, was the only one directed primarily against the Protestant Reformation. The papal bull founding ...
Roman Script
   See Script, Humanistic.
Romance of the Rose
   Allegorical dream-poem (Roman de la Rose) written in French at two different times in the 13th century by two different poets. Although it is a typically medieval poem ...
Rome
   The city of Rome during the Renaissance stood for two related but distinct entities. First and foremost it was the Eternal City, the idealized capital of the ancient Roman ...
Ronsard, Pierre de
(1524-1585)    French poet, the leading fig-ure of the group of poets that called itself la Pléiade. Born into a noble family and trained as an aristocratic page in the ...
Rore, Cipriano de
(1516-1565)    Flemish composer, who like many of his nation spent much of his career in Italy as a composer of secular madrigals and sacred music. After study under Adriaan ...
Rossellino, Bernardo
(1409-1464)    Tuscan sculptor and ar-chitect, active mainly in Florence, Siena, and other Tuscan cities but also able to attract commissions from popes Nicholas V and Pius ...
Rosso Fiorentino
(Giovanni Battista di Jacopo Rosso, 1494-1540)    Florentine painter, later active in France. From the early 1520s he was one of the young artists whose work marks the ...
Rubens, Peter Paul
(1577-1640)    Flemish painter. He worked in the baroque style and became the most internationally famous artist of northern Europe, admired for the lush colors, energetic ...
Rucellai
   Family of wealthy Florentine patricians prominent in the cloth trade, politics, and cultural life during the 15th and early 16th centuries. Giovanni di Paolo (1403-1481) ...
Rudolf II
(1552—1615)    Habsburg king of Hungary and Bohemia; Holy Roman emperor from 1576. He is remembered mainly for his cultural patronage after he transferred the seat of ...
Sachs, Hans
(1494-1576)    Nuremberg shoemaker, poet, and play-wright, who devoted much of his literary output to making propa-ganda for the Lutheran Reformation. Born the son of a ...
Sack of Rome
   See Rome.
Sacrosancta
   See Constance, Council of.
Salutati, Coluccio
(1331-1406)    Italian humanist, notary, and chancellor of the republic of Florence; in the latter role, he became one of the most influential figures in the diplomacy of his ...
Sannazaro, Jacopo
(1458-1530)    Neapolitan humanist and poet. During his youth at Naples, he was a member of a circle of lo-cal humanists led by Giovanni Pontano. During the 1480s and 1490s he ...


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