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)
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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Beatrice of Silva
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James Fleming, 7th Baron Slane
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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
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Kenneth Mackenzie, 7th of Kintail
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Thomas Mylling
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William of Wallingford
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Elizabeth Woodville
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Pietro Ranzano
Pietro Ranzano (1428–1492) was a Dominican friar, historian, humanist and scholar who is best known for his work, De primordiis et progressu felicis Urbis Panormi, a history of the city of Palermo fr...
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Benedetto Dei
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Catherine of Luxembourg-Saint-Pol
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Henry the Younger of Poděbrady
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Carlo de' Medici
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Gülbahar Hatun I
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Antoine Busnois
Antoine Busnois (also Busnoys) (c. 1430 – November 6, 1492) was a Netherlandish composer and poet of the early Renaissance Burgundian School. While also noted as a composer of motets and other sacred...
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Louis de Gruuthuse
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Ygo Gales Galama
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Peter Courtenay
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Andreas Ritzos
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Grue was born in Iraklio, was an influential member of the Post-Byzantine art Cretan School. He specialized in religious icon painting. He tr...
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