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Hand-book for travellers in northern Italy [by sir F. Palgrave]. - Page 517
by sir Francis Palgrave - 1847
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe: In the Fifteenth ..., Volume 1

Henry Hallam - Europe - 1837
...labours he was cut off by a fever at the age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man, so justly called...If we talk of the admirable Crichton, who is little CHAP, better than a shadow, and lives but in panegyric, ' so much superior and more wonderful a person...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volume 6

1838
...labours he was cut off by a fever at the age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man so justly called...much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirandola should not be forgotten. " Ficinus, Mirandola and Politian are, severally, the representatives...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volume 6

1838
...labours he was cut off by a fever at the age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man so justly called...better than a shadow, and lives but in panegyric, BO much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirandola should not be forgotten. "...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Volume 6

1838
...age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man BO justly called the phoenix of his age, and so extraordinarily...admirable Crichton, who is little better than a shadow, find lives but in panegyric, BO much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirautlola...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volume 1

Henry Hallam - European literature - 1839
...labours he was cut off by a fever at the age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man, so justly called...much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirandola should not be forgotten (). 97. If, leaving the genial cityiaf Florence, we are...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volume 1

Henry Hallam - European literature - 1839
...on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man, so justly called the phcenix of his age, and so extraordinarily gifted by nature...much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirandola should not be forgotten (). 97. If, leaving the genial city of Florence , we are...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volume 1

Henry Hallam - Europe - 1843
...labours he was cut off by a fever at the age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man, so justly called...slightly passed over, though he may have left nothing * Meiners, p. 10. which we could read with advantage. If we talk of the admirable Crichton, who is...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volume 1

Henry Hallam - Europe - 1847
...Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man, so justly called the phœnix of his age, and sо extraordinarily gifted by nature, ought not to be...much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirandola should not be forgotten.f 97. If, leaving the genial city of FlorState or ence,...
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History of the Philosophy of Mind: Embracing the Opinions of All ..., Volume 2

Robert Blakey - Cognitive science - 1848
...labours he was cut off by a fever, at the age of thirty-one, in 1494, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry into Florence. A man so justly called...much superior and more wonderful a person as John Picus of Mirandola should not be forgotten."* CORNELIUS AGRIPPA. 1486 AD Agrippa was a native of Nettesheym,...
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History of the Philosophy of Mind: Embracing the Opinions of All ..., Volume 2

Robert Blakey - Philosophy - 1850
...thirty-one, in 1401, on the very day that Charles VIII. made his entry .into Florenee. A man so justly ealled the phoenix of his age, and so extraordinarily gifted...read with advantage. If we talk of " the admirable Crich ton," who is little better than a shadow, and lives but in panegyric, so much superior and more...
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