Loading

Results

  • Humanism Close
Sort By:  1-10 of 93 (10 pages)
Results per page:
         
...Baudius, Dominicus Dominicus Baudius (Dominique Baude) was born on 8 April 1561 in Rijssel (Flanders), into a family of Calvinists. When Alva came to the Low Countries, the family took refuge in Aachen. Baudius’s teachers there were...
...Loryot was born in Laval in 1571 and died in Angers on 10 June 1642. He was admitted to the Jesuit novitiate in 1591 and was quickly called on by his superiors to teach humanities, philosophy and dogmatic and moral theology in various...
...Heinsius, Daniel Daniel Heinsius (Daniël Heins, Theocritus a Ganda) was born in Ghent on 9 June 1580 into a well-to-do bourgeois family. His father was a clerk to the Council of Flanders; his mother was related to a noble family. When he...
...Sinapius, Daniël Daniël Sinapius (Latinized for Mostaard or Mosterd, both forms are to be found), was born in 1589 in Amsterdam. He came from a prominent family, which according to Boxhorn’s Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius funeral address could...
...Hubert Mugnier was born in Joinville in 1598 and died in Reims in 1651. He was one of the most influential figures of the Jesuit college in Dijon, the Collège des Godrans, where he taught philosophy, rhetoric and Scripture. The custom...
...Léandre de Dijon was born in Dijon in 1598 and died there in 1667. Very little is known about his life other than that he was a Capuchin, that his erudition was remarkable and that his reputation as an orator was considerable.Léandre de...
...Casaubon, Meric Meric Casaubon was born in Geneva on 14 August 1599 and died on 14 July 1671. His father, Isaac Casaubon, was one of the foremost humanist scholars of the early modern period. The family settled in England in 1610, and Meric...
...This Jesuit from Aquitaine was born in Saintes in 1600 and died in Bordeaux on 12 May 1655. His spiritual treatises illustrate the mystical pre-occupations which were current during the first half of the century; however, he wisely kept...
...Lalouvère, Antoine de Languedoc Rieux Roberval, Gilles Personne de Toulouse Tournon Antoine de Lalouvère was born on 24 August 1600 in the diocese of Rieux in the Languedoc region and died on 2 September 1664. He entered the Society...
...Isendoorn, Gisbertus van Gisbert van Isendoorn was born in 1601 at Ede. In Harderwijk, University of Harderwijk (see University of Harderwijk) he attended the Gymnasium Illustre, the predecessor of the university there, where Pontanus...