Murchadh Ó Cuindlis
Murchadh Ó Cuindlis, Irish scribe, fl. 1398 – 1411.Said to be a native of Bally Lough Deacker in what is now the extreme south of Co. Galway, Ó Cuindlis was one of the scribes of The Book of Lec...
Fernão Lopes
Fernão Lopes ([fɨɾˈnɐ̃w̃ ˈlɔpɨʃ]) (c. 1385 – after 1459) was a Portuguese chronicler appointed by King Edward of Portugal. Fernão Lopes wrote the history of Portugal, but only a part of his work ...
Johannes de Thurocz
Johannes de Thurocz (Hungarian: Thuróczy János; Slovak: Ján z Turca or Ján de Turocz, German: Johannes de Thurocz, variant contemporary spelling: de Thwrocz) (c. 1435 – 14...
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William Worcester
William Worcester or William of Worcester (c. 1415– c. 1482) was an English chronicler and antiquary.
He was a son of another William of Worcester, a Bristol citizen, and is some...
Neşri
Neşri (died 1520) was an Ottoman historian, a prominent representative of the early Ottoman historiography. According to some opinions his name was Neşri Hüseyn ibn Eyne Beg who was registered at Bur...
Bernard André
Bernard André, O.E.S.A. (1450–1522), also known as Andreas, was a French Augustinian friar and poet, who was a noted chronicler of the reign of Henry VII of England, and poet laureate.A native of Toul...
Turóc
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Ibn Kemal
Ibn Kemal, (Kemalpashazade), (Turkish: Kemalpaşazâde), "son of Kemal Pasha", (1468–1536), was an Ottoman historian, Sheikh ul-Islam, lawyer and poet.He was born into a distinguished military...
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Al-Sakhawi
Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Rahman al-Sakhawi (Arabic: شمس الدين محمد بن عبدالرحمن السخاوي‎, 1428/831 AH - 1497/902 AH) was a reputable Shafi'i Muslim hadith scholar and historian who ...
Shrivara
Shrivara (15th century) wrote a work on the history of Kashmir that adds to the previous works of Kalhana and Jonaraja, thereby providing an update of the history of Kashmir till 1486 CE.
Gilles de Roye
Gilles de Roye (or Egidius de Roya) (died 1478), Flemish chronicler, was born probably at Montdidier, and became a Cistercian monk.He was afterwards professor of theology in Paris and abbot of the mon...
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Simon Digby (antiquary)
Simon Digby (died 1495) was an English antiquary and Constable of Coleshill, in Warwickshire in the 15th century.Simon de Montford was executed in 1495 for contributing to the fund of Perkin Warbeck, ...
Giacomo Filippo Foresti
Giacomo Filippo Foresti da Bergamo (1434–1520) was an Augustinian monk, known as the author of several significant early printed works. He was a chronicler and Biblical scholar.His Supplementum chroni...
Patriarch Maximus III of Constantinople
Maximus III (Greek: Μάξιμος Γ΄), born Manuel Christonymos (Greek: Μανουήλ Χριστώνυμος), was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1476 to his death in 1482, and a scholar. He is honoured...
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Johannes Nauclerus
Johannes Nauclerus (Naucler, Naukler) (c. 1425 – May 1, 1510) was a 16th-century Swabian historian and humanist. He was born Johann Vergenhans to a noble (or knighted) man of the same name. As was the...
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Urard Ó Maolconaire
Urard Ó Maolconaire, Ollamh Síol Muireadaigh, died 1482.The Annals of Connacht, sub anno 1482, say of him:1482:Urard O Mailchonaire, ollav of Sil Murray in learning and poetry, the chief chronicler of...
Dietrich of Nieheim
Dietrich of Nieheim (Niem or Nyem) (c. 1345 – March 22, 1418), medieval historian, was born at Nieheim, a small town subject to the see of Paderborn.
He became a notary of the papal court of...
Michael Critobulus
Michael Critobulus (Greek: Μιχαήλ Κριτοβούλος, c. 1410 – c. 1470) was a Greek politician, scholar and historian. He is known as the author of a history of the Ottoman conquest of the Eastern...
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Thomas of Otterbourne
Thomas of Otterbourne is the name of two English medieval chroniclers, very often confused. The later Thomas wrote in the early 15th century and covers in detail the reign of Richard II of England, e...
Mīr-Khvānd
Mīr-Khānd, Moḥammad ibn Khāndshāh ibn Maḥmūd (written also as Mīr-Khvānd, Mirkhond, and other variants; 1433/1434–1498) was a noted Persian-language historian of the fifteenth century. He is known in ...
Aşıkpaşazade
Aşıkpaşazade, or Ashik Pasha-Zade (meaning: "Son of Ashik Pasha") or Ahmad b. Yahya b. Salman b. Ashik-Pasha (1400—1484) was an Ottoman historian, a prominent representative of the early Ottoman hist...
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Choe Bu
Choe Bu (1454–1504) was a Korean official during the early Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910). He is most well known for the account of his shipwrecked travels in China from February to July 1488, during the ...
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John Anagnostes
John, called Anagnostes (i.e. lector, reader; Greek: Ἰωάννης Ἀναγνώστης) was a Greek historian of the fifteenth century. He was an eyewitness to the Ottoman sack of Thessalonica on March 29, 1430;...
Zakariyya al-Ansari
Zakariyyā al-Ansārī was a leading Islamic scholar of the 15th century. He was born in or around 1420 CE, in Sunaika, located in the Egyptian province of Sharqiyya. During his adolescence, al- Ansārī m...
Giolla Íosa Mór Mac Fir Bhisigh
Gilla Íosa Mor mac Donnchadh MacFhirbhisigh (fl. 1390 – 1418) was a historian, scribe and poet of the learned Clan MacFhirbhisigh based at Lackan in Tír Fhíacrach, now part of County Sligo. He w...
Giolla na Naomh Ó hUidhrín
Giolla na Naomh O hUidhrin, Irish historian and poet, died 1420.O hUidhrin is known as the author of Tuilleadh feasa ar Éirinn óigh, a topographical poem of a kind with Seán Mór Ó Dubhagáin's Triallam...
Andrew of Wyntoun
Andrew Wyntoun, known as Andrew of Wyntoun (c. 1350 – c. 1425) was a Scottish poet, a canon and prior of Loch Leven on St Serf's Inch and later, a canon of St. Andrews.Andrew Wyntoun is most fa...
Muhammad ibn Iyas
Muhammad ibn Iyas (b. June 1448; d. after November 1522), is one of the most important Egyptian historians. He was an eyewitness to the historical event of the Ottoman invasion of Egypt. He was one of...