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Tartaglia, Niccolô
(Niccolô Fontana, 1499-1557)    Italian physicist and mathematician. He grew up at Brescia, where at age 12 he suffered the facial wounds that made him a stammerer (the ...
Taverner, John
(ca. 1490-1545)    The most important musician of England in the first half of the 16th century. He began as a boy cho-rister at Tattershall near Lincoln and from 1525 to 1530 ...
Telesio, Bernardino
(1509-1588)    Italian philosopher of na-ture. Born at Cosenza and educated there by an uncle who taught him both Latin and Greek, he studied philosophy at Padua and received ...
Thomas à Kempis
(1380-1471)    Monk of the religious community of St. Agnietenberg near Zwolle in the Netherlands, part of the Windesheim Congregation of Augustinian canons regular. Born at ...
Tinctoris, Johannes
(ca. 1435-1511)    Flemish music theorist and composer. A native of Nivelles near Brussels, in his youth he stud-ied both law and theology, earning a double doctorate in civil ...
Tintoretto
(Jacopo Robusti, 1518-1594)    Venetian painter, usually associated with the mannerist tradition and known for his portraits and religious paintings. He was the only major ...
Titian
(Tiziano Vecellio, ca. 1487-1576)    The leading Venetian painter of the 16th century. He was born in northern Italy to an aris-tocratic family and was trained at Venice, ...
Tomicki, Piotr
(1464-1535)    Polish bishop and royal chancellor, an important patron of Polish humanism and an admirer of the great Dutch humanist Erasmus. Born into a noble family and ...
Traversari, Ambrogio
(1386-1439)    Florentine monk and hu-manist who made the study of ancient Christian authors (the Church Fathers) his scholarly specialty, though he also studied and wrote ...
Trilingual College
   A humanistic educational institution that taught all three of the ancient languages in which classical literature, the Bible, and patristic writings were written, Hebrew, ...
Trithemius, Johannes
(1462-1516)    German Benedictine ab-bot, theologian, and humanist, famous for his learning and efforts at monastic reform but also for his interest in magic, astrology, and ...
Tudor Dynasty
   Ruling family of England from the accession of King Henry VII in 1485 to the death of Queen Elizabeth I in 1603. Henry Tudor in 1485 claimed the throne by right of descent ...
Tullia d'Aragona
(1508-1565)    Roman poet and courtesan, one of a number of sophisticated Italian prostitutes who wrote poems dealing with love from a woman's point of view. In 1547 she ...
Turks
   See Ottoman Empire.
Turnèbe, Adrien
(1512-1565)    French humanist and classical scholar. A native of Normandy, he studied in Paris, receiving his M.A. degree in 1532. He became professor of Greek at the ...
Udall, Nicholas
(1505-1556)    English schoolmaster, translator, and playwright. He was educated at Winchester School and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and early developed a sympathy for the ...
Universities
   The university as known in the European world was a creation of the 12th and 13th centuries. Bologna, which was Italy's oldest university, emerged out of the teaching of law ...
Urban VI
(pope, 1378-1389)    Bartolomeo Prignano, archbishop of Bari, was elected pope by a badly divided college of cardinals sub-ject (to an extent that remains debatable) to the ...
Urbino
   Small Italian city in the Marches, a region of east-central Italy. Founded under the Roman republic, in the 12th century Urbino came under the control of the Montefeltro ...
Urfé, Honore d'
(1568-1625)    French author of the late Renais-sance, remembered primarily for his pastoral romance, L'Astrée, of which the first part was published in 1607 and the fourth in ...
Utraquists
   See Hussites
Vadianus, Joachim
(Joachim von Watt, 1484-1551)    Swiss hu-manist, physician, and religious reformer. Born at St. Gallen into a prominent family of merchants and civic officials, he was ...
Valdés, Alfonso de
(ca. 1500-1532)    Spanish humanist, the leading figure among Spanish admirers of Erasmus. His family were Spanish conversos, and one of his uncles, a priest, was burned at the ...
Valdés, Juan de
(ca. 1509-1541)    Spanish humanist and reli-gious writer, younger brother of Alfonso de Valdés. He shared his brother's reformist religious interests but was much closer to ...
Valla, Lorenzo
(1407-1457)    Italian humanist, active mainly in Rome and Naples, often regarded as the ablest humanist scholar of the 15th century. He is remembered especially for his ...
Valois Dynasty
   French royal dynasty between 1328 and 1589. The last strong king of the medieval Capetian dynasty, Philip IV (1285-1314), left three sons (Louis X, Philip V, and Charles IV) ...
Van der Goes, Hugo
(ca. 1440-1482)    Flemish painter, active at Bruges until 1478, when he entered a monastery. Although he painted for a brief period after he became a lay brother, he suffered ...
Van der Weyden, Rogier
(ca. 1399-1464)    Flemish painter, in his own time considered second only to Jan van Eyck among North-ern European artists. Influenced by both van Eyck and Robert Campin, he ...
Van Eyck, Hubert and Jan
   Flemish artists, brothers. Another brother, Lambert, and a sister, Margaret, were also painters, but al-most nothing is known about their work. Relatively little is known ...


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