Jean Fouquet
Music: Helas Madame (I Fagiolini) French text Helas madame, celle que j'ayme tant: Souffrez que soye vostre humble servant; Vostre humble servant je serays ...
George of Poděbrady
George of Kunštát and Poděbrady (23 April 1420 – 22 March 1471), also known as Poděbrad or Podiebrad (Czech: Jiří z Poděbrad; German: Georg von Podiebrad), was King of Bohemia (1458–1471). He ...
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Antonio Loredan
Antonio Loredan or Antoine Loredan (Latin: Antonius Lauretanus) (1420 – August 1482) was a member of Venetian noble family Loredan, captain of Venetian held Scutari and governor of Split, Alb...
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Konrad X the White
Konrad X the White (Polish: Konrad X Biały) or Młodszy, ("Younger") (1420 – 21 September 1492) was a Duke of Oleśnica, Koźle, and half of both Bytom and Ścinawa during 1450–1452 (with his brother ...
Juraj Šižgorić
Juraj Šižgorić (Latin: Georgius Sisgoreus, Georgius Sisgoritus) (ca. 1445–1509) was a Croatian Latinist poet.He was the first humanist from Šibenik and the central personality of the Šibenik's hum...
Joseph Colon Trabotto
Joseph Colon ben Solomon Trabotto, also known as Maharik, (c. 1420, Chambéry – 1480) was a 15th-century rabbi who is considered Italy's foremost Judaic scholar and Talmudist of his era.
Colo...
Mathieu d'Escouchy
Mathieu d'Escouchy (Le Quesnoy, Nord, 1420 — 1482) was a Picard chronicler during the last stages of the Hundred Years War.His Chronique was a continuation of the chronicle of Enguerrand de Monstrelet...
Juan de Valladolid
Juan de Valladolid (English: John of Valladoid) (1420–?), also known as Juan Poeta ("John the poet"), was a Castilian poet. Born Jewish, he converted to Christianity later in life. As a Marrano, or ba...
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Władysław of Głogów
Władysław of Głogów (Polish: Władysław Głogowski, Czech: Vladislav Těšínsko-Hlohovský, German: Wladislaus von Teschen) (c. 1420 – 14 February 1460) was a Silesian nobleman. He was t...
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Matteo di Andrea de' Pasti
Matteo di Andrea de' Pasti (1420-1467/1468) was an Italian sculptor and medalist. Matteo was born in Verona. He worked on many royal commissions, including work for Lionello d'Este and Sigismondo Pand...
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Sesshū Tōyō
Sesshū Tōyō (Japanese: 雪舟 等楊; Oda Tōyō since 1431, also known as Tōyō, Unkoku, or Bikeisai;1420 – 26 August 1506) was the most prominent Japanese master of ink and wash painting from the...
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Elisabeth of Cleves, Countess of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg
Elisabeth of Cleves was the daughter of Adolph I, Duke of Cleves and Marie of Burgundy, Duchess of Cleves. She married Count Henry XXVI of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg, on July 15, 1434.
Together, they...
Nicolas Jenson
Nicholas Jenson (1420 – 1480) was a French engraver, pioneer printer and type designer who carried out most of his work in Venice. Jenson acted as Master of the French Royal Mint at Tours, and is cre...
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Jean Fouquet
Jean (or Jehan) Fouquet (1420–1481) was a preeminent French painter of the 15th century, a master of both panel painting and manuscript illumination, and the apparent inventor of the portrait miniatur...
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Jean Meschinot
Jean Meschinot (1420, Monnières, near Clisson – September 12, 1491) was a Breton poet who wrote in French at the court of the dukes of Brittany. His birthplace was in the Mortiers domain, around 30...
Agostino Dati
Agostino Dati, also known as Augustinus Datus or Dathus (1420 – 6 April 1478) was a fifteenth-century orator, historian and philosopher best known for his grammatical textbook Elegantiolae. In 1489 Er...
Giovanni Castiglione (bishop)
Giovanni Castiglione (1420–1460) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Giovanni Castiglione was born in Milan in 1420, the son of Palatine Count Maffiolo Castiglione and Angela Lampug...
Bernardino of Fossa
Bernardino of Fossa (b. at Fossa, in the Diocese of Aquila, Italy, in 1420; d. at Aquila, 27 November 1503) was an Italian Franciscan historian and ascetical writer.
Bernardino belonged to the anc...
João Vaz Corte-Real
João Vaz Corte-Real ([ʒuˈɐ̃w̃ vaʃ ˈkoɾt(ɨ) ʁiˈaɫ]; born c. 1420 – died 1496) was a Portuguese sailor, claimed by some accounts to have been an explorer of a land called Terra Nova do Bacalhau (New Lan...
Albrecht von Eyb
Albrecht von Eyb (born in 1420 near Ansbach in Franconia; died in 1475) was one of the earliest German humanists.
After preliminary studies at Erfurt, he went to Italy and devoted himself to human...
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Jack Cade
Jack Cade was the leader of a popular revolt against the government of England in 1450. At the time of the revolt, the weak and unpopular King Henry VI was on the throne. While little is known about t...
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John V, Count of Armagnac
John V of Armagnac (Fr.: Jean V, comte d'Armagnac) (1420–1473), the penultimate Count of Armagnac of the older branch. He was the son of John IV of Armagnac and Isabella of Navarre.
Styled Viscou...
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Dorothea of Brandenburg, Duchess of Mecklenburg
Dorothea of Brandenburg (9 February 1420, Berlin – 19 January 1491, Benedictine monastery at Rehna) was a princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marriage Duchess of Mecklenburg.
Dorothea wa...
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Alv Knutsson
Alv Knutsson (c. 1420–1496) was a Norwegian nobleman who descended on his father’s side from the influential and wealthy Swedish Tre Rosor noble family. He was a member of the Norwegian council of the...
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Mahmud Pasha Angelović
Mahmud Pasha Angelovic (Serbo-Croatian: Mahmud-paša Anđelović, Cyrillic: Махмуд-паша Анђеловић; Turkish: Veli Mahmud Paşa; 1420–1474) was the grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 1456 to 14...
Loyset Liédet
Loyset Liédet (1420- after 1479, or after 1484), was an early Netherlandish miniaturist and illuminator, running a workshop which may have been of some size. Although he was very successful, and patro...
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Bartolomeo Caporali
Bartolomeo Caporali (c. 1420-c. 1505 ; active 1454-1499) was an Italian painter born and active in Perugia. He painted a Madonna and Saints (1487) for the church of Santa Maria Maddalena at Cast...
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Corneille of Burgundy
Corneille of Burgundy, also called Corneille of Beveren (1420 - May 16, 1452) was an illegitimate son of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, and Catherine Schaers. He was the first and favorite bastard...
Johannes Philippus de Lignamine
Johannes Philippus de Lignamine (1420 – ??) was a Sicilian printer/publisher from Messina active at Monte Cassino near Rome and a courtier to Pope Sixtus IV. He is best known for his public...
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