Johannes Ockeghem
Johannes Ockeghem (1420-96) was the most important composer of his generation in the Flemish school that dominated Renaissance music. Possibly a pupil of the...
Nikola Božidarević
Nikola Božidarević, known as Nicholas of Ragusa (Italian: Nicolò Raguseo, Latin: Nicolaus Ragusinus, Croatian: Nikola Dubrovčanin) (before 1460 – 1517) was a Ragusan painter.
Nikola B...
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Brian Palmes (died 1519)
Brian Palmes (before 1467–1519) was an English landowner, justice of the assize and politician who sat in the House of Commons.
Palmes was the son eldest son and heir of William Palmes of Naburn a...
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Cristoforo Caselli
Cristoforo Caselli (also known as Da Palma or il Temporello or Cristofaro Castelli) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance period. Parma 1460ca. - 1521
Caselli was a pupil of Mazzuola, and live...
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Helena Kantakouzene, Empress of Trebizond
Helena Kantakouzene (died 1463) was the second wife of David of Trebizond. She was the last Empress of Trebizond.
Donald Nicol has argued that Helena was the sister of George Palaiologos Kantakouz...
Nycasius de Clibano
Nycasius de Clibano (also Nicasius, Casijn) (fl. 1457 – 1497) was a Franco-Flemish singer and composer of the Renaissance, probably active only in his homeland, the southern part of the Netherla...
Sigrid Eskilsdotter (Banér)
Sigrid Eskilsdotter (Banér) (died 1528), was a Swedish noble, the mother of the Swedish regent Christina Gyllenstierna and the maternal grandmother of King Gustav Vasa of Sweden.
Sigrid Eskilsdott...
Roger Townshend (judge)
Sir Roger Townshend KS (died 1500) was a British judge and politician. He was the son of John Townshend and Joan Lumford and studied at Lincoln's Inn (of which he was elected a governor in 1461 and a ...
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Thomas Ensing
Thomas Ensing (by 1490-ca. 1539), of Winchelsea, Sussex, was an English politician. He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Winchelsea 1529 and 1536.
Heinrich Eggestein
Heinrich Eggestein (born around 1415/1420 in Rosheim, Alsace; died 1488 or later; also spelled Eckstein or Eggesteyn) is considered, along with Johannes Mentelin, to be the earliest book printer in St...
Fritz Herlen
Fritz Herlen (or Herlin) (before 1449 – October 12, 1491) was a German artist of the early Swabian school, in the 15th century.
The date and place of Herlen's birth are unknown, but his nam...
Robert Daundy
Robert Daundy (by 1500-1558), of Ipswich, Suffolk, was an English politician.He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Ipswich in 1539.
Hieronymus Angerianus
Hieronymus Angerianus (Gerolamo or Girolamo Angeriano) (c. 1480 but disputed [see below] –1535) was an influential Italian neo-Latin poet from Apulia. He retired at a young age from the life of ...
Master of the Lübeck Bible
Master of the Lübeck Bible (fl. ca. 1485 – ca. 1520) was a Flemish manuscript illuminator and printmaker. He is named for a series of woodcuts designed for a Bible printed at Lübeck, Germany in...
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William Justice (MP)
William Justice (by 1448–1521), was an English politician.He was made Sheriff (1495–96) and Mayor of Southampton (1501–02) where he traded in wine and other commodities from 1481. After moving to Read...
Alice Chestre
Alice Chestre (sometimes written "Chester" or "Chestour") (died 1485) was a merchant and a benefactor of the city of Bristol, England. She married Henry Chestre (or Chester), a draper who traded in S...
Johannes Ghiselin
Johannes Ghiselin (Verbonnet) (fl. 1491–1507) was a Flemish composer of the Renaissance, active in France, Italy and in the Low Countries. He was a contemporary of Josquin des Prez, and a significant...
Johannes Ockeghem
Johannes Ockeghem (also Jean de, Jan; surname Okeghem, Ogkegum, Okchem, Hocquegam, Ockegham; other variant spellings are also encountered) (1410/1425 – February 6, 1497) was the most famous composer o...
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