GALLINETA Lazzaro O.P.

Author
Date: d. 1490

Main Locations: Florence
Paris
London
Padua


Notes

The author (d. 1490), usually known as Frate Lazzaro da Padova was a quite interesting figure: son of the grammarian Damiano da Pola, he studied in Florence and then in Paris where he got the degree in theology in 1460. He was later in London where he was in touch with some Florentine merchants (cf. his poetical correspondence with Giovanni Frescobaldi); there he probably translated Leonardo Bruni's Laudatio urbis Florentinae. He moved again to Paris (1473) and later back to Padua, where he spent his late years in the convent of St. Augustin. He was the author of some orations as well (cf. Gargan 1971: 131-134; Kaeppeli: III, 69-70, nn. 2825-2831).



Original Record Author
Eugenio Refini
Record Last Updated On
08/03/2013
Record Last Updated By
Eugenio Refini

Citation
Eugenio Refini, ‘GALLINETA Lazzaro O.P.’, in Vernacular Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy Database (VARIDB)
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