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Converso
   In medieval and Renaissance Spain, a Jew who had converted to Christianity. Under the relatively tolerant rule of the Muslim conquerors of Spain, a large Jewish community ...
Copernicus, Nicolaus
(1473-1543)    Polish astronomer, best known for his theory of the universe that placed the sun, rather than the earth, at the center of the system. Born in the Polish city of ...
Cornaro, Caterina
(1454-1510)    Venetian-born queen of Cyprus. Descended from one of the most ancient Venetian noble families and also from the Comnenus dynasty that ruled Trebizond on the ...
Correggio
(1489/94-1534)    Professional name of the painter Antonio Allegri, born in the small Lombard town of Correggio. Probably trained by an uncle and influenced by the works of ...
Corvinus, Matthias
(1440-1490)    A younger son of János Hunyadi, king of Hungary, he successfully contended for the succession against the Habsburg Emperor Frederick III and ruled as king from ...
Council of Ten
   The most notorious of the group of councils that governed the republic of Venice. Founded in 1310 as a reaction to an unsuccessful uprising against the power of the city's ...
Cromwell, Thomas
(ca. 1485-1540)    English politician who rose from humble origins to become a trusted servant of King Henry VIII's most powerful government minister, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. ...
Crotus Rubianus
(Johannes Jäger, 1480-ca. 1545)    German humanist, one of the circle of Erfurt humanists who were close to Mutianus Rufus. Born to a peasant family in Thuringia, Crotus (a ...
Cusa, Nicholas of
   See Nicholas of Cusa.
Dante
(Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321)    Italy's greatest poet, known principally for his epic poem depicting his own spiritual conversion, La divina commedia/The Divine Comedy (written ...
Datini, Francesco
(ca. 1335-1410)    Italian merchant born at Prato near Florence but for many years resident in the papal court at Avignon, where he began his career as an office boy for a ...
Decembrio, Pier Candido
(1399-1477)    Milanese humanist, most often remembered as a critic of the Florentine humanist and chancellor Leonardo Bruni. His Panegyric of Milan (ca. 1436) was a ...
Dee, John
(1527-1608)    English natural philosopher, alchemist, astrologer, and mathematician, famous for his learning in scientific and occult subjects, but also suspected as a person ...
Della Casa, Giovanni
(1503-1556)    Italian author and churchman, most famous for his Galateo (1558), a book of manners that promotes a set of values for personal life emphasizing the importance of ...
Della Porta, Giacomo
(1541?-1604)    Italian architect, a native of Rome and a pupil of Michelangelo. He completed several unfinished projects of Michelangelo, including the dome of St. Peter's ...
Della Quercia, Jacopo
(ca. 1374-1438)    The leading sculptor of Renaissance Siena. Although his early work was done in the late medieval style now known as International Gothic, he came under the ...
Della Robbia, Luca
(1400-1482)    Florentine sculptor. Though generally associated with the early Renaissance style, he still manifested the influence of the late Gothic sculptor Nanni di Banco ...
Depression, Economic
   Since the 1940s many economic historians have contended that the older economic history of late medieval Europe, which explained the new culture of the Renaissance as a ...
Des Périers, Bonaventure
(ca. 1510-ca. 1544)    French author, notorious for his satirical dialogues Cymbalum Mundi / The Cymbal of the World (1537), a work influenced by the ancient satirist Lucian ...
Des Prez, Josquin
(ca. 1440-1521)    Franco-Flemish musician, generally regarded as the greatest composer of the early 16th century. Probably born along the northern border of France, he worked ...
Des Roches, Madeleine
(1520-1587), and Catherine (1542-1587)    French poets, mother and daughter. Madeleine from her youth showed an interest in literature, and she transmitted it to her daughter. ...
Dias, Bartolomeu
(ca. 1450-1500)    Portuguese explorer, the first European captain to round the Cape of Good Hope (1487-1488) and to realize that he had reached the southernmost point of ...
Dolce Stil Nuovo
   A type of pre-Renaissance Italian lyric verse developed in the second half of the 13th century, spiritualizing the earlier tradition of courtly love poetry, which had been ...
Dolet, Etienne
(1509-1546)    French humanist and printer, notorious in his own time for the boldness with which he denounced traditional learning in his own French and Latin writings and for ...
Dominici, Giovanni
(1357-1419)    Florentine friar and popular preacher. He was prior of the influential Dominican convent of San Marco at Florence and became an outspoken critic of the books ...
Donatello
(ca. 1386-1466)    Popular name of the Florentine sculptor who is generally regarded as the first and greatest figure of early Renaissance sculpture. Born Donato di Niccolö di ...
Donation of Constantine
   See Valla, Lorenzo.
Donne, John
(1572-1631)    English poet, one of the most important of the group known as metaphysical poets. Born into a Roman Catholic family, in his youth he managed his education at ...
Drayton, Michael
(1563—1631)    English poet known for his historical verse but also for his pastorals and sonnets. His outstanding work was Poly-Olbion, a topographical survey of Britain. ...


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