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Henry VIII, king of England
(reigned 1509-1547)    Born the second son of Henry VII, the younger Henry became heir to the throne when his brother Arthur died. He also was married to Catherine of Aragon, ...
Henry, Prince of Portugal
(1394-1460)    Fourth son of King Joâo I of Portugal. In the English-speaking world he is known as "Henry the Navigator," though he ventured to sea only for military ...
Hermes Trismegistus
   A collection of pseudonymous Greek treatises, believed during the Renaissance to be a distillation of the learning and religious wisdom of ancient Egypt and attributed to a ...
Hermética
   A collection of pseudonymous Greek treatises, believed during the Renaissance to be a distillation of the learning and religious wisdom of ancient Egypt and attributed to a ...
Hilliard, Nicholas
(1547-1619)    English goldsmith and painter of miniatures. As a client of the wealthy Protestant merchant John Bodley, he fled to Geneva during the Catholic restoration under ...
Hoby, Thomas
(1530-1566)    English diplomat. Educated at Cambridge and widely travelled on the Continent, he became known as a master of languages and a translator. In 1566 he became ...
Holbein, Hans
(the Elder, ca. 1460-1534; the Younger, 1497-1543)    German painters, both natives of Augsburg. Little is known about the early life of Hans the Elder. His early work was in ...
Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey
(ca. 1517-1547)    English poet, associated with his friend Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542) in the introduction of the sonnet, a form developed in Italy during the 13th century ...
Humanism
   Humanism was the principal intellectual movement of the European Renaissance; a humanist was a teacher or follower of humanism. In the simplest sense, the term "humanism" ...
Humanist
    Humanism was the principal intellectual movement of the European Renaissance; a humanist was a teacher or follower of humanism. In the simplest sense, the term " humanism" ...
Hundred Years' War
   Series of wars between France and England that began with the decision of King Edward III of England to invade France in 1337 and lasted sporadically until 1453, when the ...
Huss, John
(Jan Hus, ca. 1370-1415)    Bohemian priest and religious reformer, educated at the University of Prague and in 1402 appointed preacher in the Bethlehem Chapel in Prague. He ...
Hussites
   Followers of the Bohemian (Czech) religious reformer John Huss. After his betrayal and execution as a heretic by the Council of Constance in 1415, his followers rose up ...
Hutten, Ulrich von
(1488-1523)    German humanist and Latin poet. Born into a family of imperial knights, Hutten was educated at the Benedictine abbey of Fulda and intended for a monastic career. ...
Innocent VIII
(Giovanni Battista Cibô)    Pope from 1484 to 1492, generally classed as one of the worldly popes who tolerated corruption in the church and neglected spiritual matters and ...
Inquisition
   Judicial agency created under papal authority for the discovery, prosecution, and punishment of heresy and certain other acts defined as criminal under canon law, such as ...
Isaak, Heinrich
(ca. 1450-1517)    Netherlandish composer. Although born in the duchy of Brabant, he followed the pattern common in the lives of many Netherlandish composers by making his ...
Isabella, Queen of Spain
(1451-1504)    Queen of Castile from 1474. Her marriage to Ferdinand, heir to the crown of Aragon, in 1469 and the subsequent ascension of Ferdinand to the Aragonese throne in ...
Italic Script
   See Script, Humanistic.
Jesuit Order
(officially, the Society of Jesus)    Roman Catholic religious order organized by Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556) and authorized by the bull Regimini militantis ecclesiae issued by ...
Jews
   Western and central Europe had had Jewish residents since Roman times, and even though anti-Jewish prejudice had led to repeated instances of mob violence, legal ...
Jiménez de Cisneros, Francisco
   See Ximénes de Cisneros, Francisco.
Joan of Arc
(d. 1431)    Peasant girl who, in 1429, arrived at the court of the French king Charles VII (1422-1461), claiming to have been divinely commissioned by the voices of saints to ...
Jones, Inigo
(1573-1652)    English architect. He began his artistic career as a painter for aristocratic patrons and as a maker of ecclesiastical furnishings. He toured Italy in 1598, ...
Jonson, Ben
(1572-1637)    English dramatist. Born in Westminster and educated at Westminster School, after a period of soldiering in Flanders he became an actor and playwright in 1597. ...
Julius II, Pope
(Giuliano della Rovere, ca. 1445-1513; pope from 1503)    Giuliano's uncle Francesco provided for his education and upon being elected pope ( Sixtus IV) in 1471 made Giuliano ...
Krzycki, Andrzej
(d. 1537)    Polish poet, statesman, and bishop, known in Latin as Andreas Cricius. Born into a noble family but orphaned at an early age, he was educated under the direction ...
La Boétie, Etienne de
(1530-1563)    French humanist, author, and translator. He was educated in law and had a public career in the Parlement of Bordeaux. He translated classical texts by Plutarch ...
Labé, Louise
(ca. 1524-1566)    The pen name of the poet Louise Charly, born into a well-to-do family of rope-makers at Lyon and given a classical education unusual for any woman of her ...


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