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Theodorus Gaza

about 1410 - about 1475

[English] Theodoros Gazis (or Gazes) (* about 1410 in Thessaloniki; † about 1475 in San Giovanni a Piro in Kampanien), also called Theodorus Gaza, was a Greek emigrant, humanist, translator of Aristotle, Theophrast, Aelian, Dionysios of Halikarnassos, Chrysostomos, and other authors, and one of the revivalists of Greek literature in Italy during the Palaeologan Renaissance (15th century). His epithet was “Thessalonicensis” (in Latin) and “Thessalonikeus” (in Greek).

[German] Theodoros Gazis (oder Gazes) (* um 1410 in Thessaloniki; † um 1475 in San Giovanni a Piro in Kampanien), auch Theodorus Gaza genannt, war ein griechischer Emigrant, Humanist, Übersetzer von Aristoteles, Theophrast, Aelian, Dionysios von Halikarnassos, Chrysostomos und anderen Autoren, und einer der Wiedererwecker der griechischen Literatur im Italien der Palæologischen Renaissance (15. Jhdt). Sein Beiname war „Thessalonicensis“ (latein.) and „Thessalonikeus“ (griech.)

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March 31, 2017 Edited by Clean Up Bot add VIAF and wikidata ID
March 23, 2011 Edited by marycee added some details to bio
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