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Anghiera, Pietro Martire d', 1457-1526


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    • Anglería, Pedro Mártir de, 1457-1526
    • Anghera, Pierre Martyr d', 1457-1526
    • Angleria, Petrus Martyr ab, 1457-1526
    • Anglerius, Petrus Martyr, 1457-1526
    • Martyr ab Angleria, Petrus, 1457-1526
    • Martyr, Peter, of Angleria, 1457-1526
    • Petrus, Martyr Anglerius, 1457-1526
    • Martire d'Anghiera, Pietro, 1457-1526
    • Pietro, Martire, 1457-1526
    • Pedro, Mártir, 1457-1526
    • Mártir, Pedro, 1457-1526
    • Peter Martyr, of Angleria, 1457-1526
    • Pierre, Martire, 1457-1526
    • Martire, Pietro, 1457-1526
    • Anglus, Petrus Martyr, 1457-1526
    • Anghiera, Pietro Martire d', 1455-1526
    • Mártir de Anghiera, Pedro, 1457-1526
    • Pedro, Mártir de Anglería, 1457-1526
    • Mártir de Anglería, Pedro, 1457-1526
    • D'Anghiera, Pietro Martire, 1457-1526
    • Anghiera, Peter Martyr d', 1457-1526
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1457-02-02
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1526-09
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Arona (Italy)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Granada (Spain)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Italy
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Spain
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    • Anghiera, Pietro Martire d', 1455-1526
  • Sources

    • found: Ramos Pérez, D. Las variaciones ideológicas en torno al descubrimiento de América, 1981/1982:title page (Pedro Mártir de Anglería)
    • found: Guayasamín, O. De orbe novo decades, 1989:title page (Pedro Martír de Anglería)
    • found: Un lettré italien à la cour d'Espagne (1488-1526), 1887:title page (Pierre Martyr d'Anghera)
    • found: Dizionario biografico degli Italiani:volume 3, pages 257-258 (Anghiera, Pietro Martire d'; born at Arona on Lake Maggiore in the Piedmont region on February 2, 1457; was later named Anghiera after the nearby town of Angera (Anglería in Latin); he spent time in Milan and Rome; after meeting the Spanish ambassador in Rome, Anghiera accompanied him back to Spain in 1487 and soon became a notable figure among the Spanish humanists; he served on a diplomatic mission to Egypt in 1501; he died in Granada in September, 1526)
    • found: English Wikipedia, viewed April 25, 2018(Peter Martyr d'Anghiera)
  • LC Classification

    • PA8450.A83
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-11-05: new
    • 2018-04-26: revised
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