Antoine Busnois - The Orlando Consort: Antoine Busnois-Motet: Gaude caelestis Domina
Antoine Busnois(c. 1430-1492)-Motet: Gaude caelestis Domina (Tutti) Prima pars Gaude caelestis Domina transgressa super agnima que cantant semper carmina tuo...
Antoine Busnois
Love treats us honestly, o young and benevolent nymph. Unmistakably, for our own good, Love treats us honestly. And truly, very softly, while the delicious r...
Piero della Francesca
A man cultured, independent, versatile, one who never forgot his roots. He painted with a precise and poetic technique. (Seeten production)
Tifi Odasi
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William Caxton
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Eric Clauesson
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Enrique de Guzmán, 2nd Duke of Medina Sidonia
Don Enrique Pérez de Guzmán y Fonseca, 2nd Duke of Medina Sidonia (d.1492), became the 2nd Duke in 1468. Born out of wedlock his birth was later legitimized by the "Reyes Católicos" Ferdinand and Isab...
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James Fleming, 7th Baron Slane
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Maffeo Gherardi
Maffeo Gherardi (1406–1492) (called the Cardinal of Venice) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Maffeo Gherardi was born in Venice in 1406, the son of nobles Giovanni Gherardi and h...
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Philip II, Count of Nassau-Weilburg
Philip II, Count of Nassau-Weilburg (14 March 1418 – 19 March 1492 in Mainz) was Count of Nassau in Weilburg and shared briefly the regency of the County of Saarbrücken.
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Tikhon of Kaluga
Tikhon of Kaluga (died 16 June 1492) was a Russian abbot and saint. He grew up in Moscow and became a monk as a young man. He then moved to a forest near Medin in Kaluga, living in the hollow of an oa...
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Rodrigo Ponce de León, Duke of Cádiz
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Kenneth Mackenzie, 7th of Kintail
Kenneth Mackenzie (died 7 February 1492), traditionally reckoned 7th of Kintail and nicknamed Coinneach a'bhlair (or “Kenneth of the Battle”), was a Highland chief, being head of the Clan Mackenzie.
Thomas Mylling
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William of Wallingford
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Dhammazedi
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Pietro Ranzano
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Benedetto Dei
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Jehiel ben Samuel Pisa
Jehiel of Pisa (died February 10, 1492) was a philanthropist and scholar of Pisa.
The wealth he had acquired in the banking business he spent liberally for charitable purposes. Himself a scholar,...
Carlo de' Medici
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Born at Florence, he was...
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Gülbahar Hatun I
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Adolph of Cleves, Lord of Ravenstein
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Catherine of Luxembourg-Saint-Pol
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Peter Courtenay
Peter Courtenay (c. 1432 – 23 September 1492) was Bishop of Exeter and Bishop of Winchester, and also had a successful political career during the tumultuous years of the Wars of the Roses.
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Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Lisle
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Kim Jong-jik
Kim Jong-jik (Hangul:김종직, 1431–1492), often known by his pen name Jeompiljae(점필재), was a leading Korean Neo-Confucian scholar in the early Joseon Dynasty. He was born in Miryang in Gyeongsang provinc...
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