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... ( Paris , 1563). Scaliger Joseph Justus , Diatriba de Europearum linguis, in Opuscula varia ( Paris , 1599). Further Reading Demonet Marie-Luce , ‘Du mythe à l’hypothèse. Les changements méthodiques dans les recherches sur l’origine des...
...Loisel, Antoine Antoine Loisel was born in 1536 in Beauvais Beauvais into a family of doctors and magistrates. He claimed the status of lawyer ‘of Paris Paris’, the city where he died in 1617. Intended for a medical career, Loisel studied...
...Oncieu, Guillaume d’ Better known in his homeland of Savoy Savoy than in the rest of France, Guillaume d’Oncieu, sieur de Donnes and sieur de Cogna, is known only for having been president of the Parliament of the duchy until at least 1622...
...Balfour was of Scottish origin but was probably born in Bordeaux, where he died in 1621. He worked at embassies in England, Scotland and Poland, under Charles IX and Henri III. He became principal of the Collège de Guyenne in 1602 and,...
...Jean-Pierre Camus de Saint-Bonnet, born in Paris in 1584, and where he died in 1652, was the son of a treasurer of France who intended him to become a magistrate. After a short period at court as a page under Henri IV, he studied civil law...
...Jean de Champaignac (or Champeynac) was born in the last quarter of the sixteenth century. He was one of those magistrates in south-west France whose philosophical training, undoubtedly undertaken in either Bordeaux or Toulouse...
...Scipion de Gramont was born towards the end of the sixteenth century, probably in Saint-Maximin in Provence; he was first ordinary secretary of the king’s chamber in around 1620. He was close to Richelieu , for whom he wrote epigrams, works...
...Francisco Sánchez was born in Portugal, in either Tuy or Braga, in around 1550. He was the son of a doctor of Jewish descent who had emigrated to Bordeaux. He studied at the Collège de Guyenne and spent time in Rome; he may then have...
...Annecy Baranzano, Jean Antoine, known as Redemptus Montargis Sales, François de Serravalle Baranzano was born in Serravalle in 1590 in northern Italy, where he was educated before becoming a Barnabite in 1608 under the name of Redemptus. He...
...Jean Crassot was regent of the Collège de la Marche et de Saint-Barnabé and was professor of philosophy at the University of Paris, where he died in 1616. Naudé considered him to be one of the most important masters of his time belonging...