Author

Lucio Marineo Sículo

Spaans historicus (1445-1530)

1444   -   1536

country of citizenship: Spain
language of expression: Latin, Spanish
occupation: historian, chronicler

Lucio Marineo Siculo (Vizzini, 1444 or 1445 – Spain, 1533) was a Sicilian humanist, historian and poet, known as a prominent figure of the Spanish Renaissance. He first taught Greek and Latin literature in Palermo. He moved to Spain and taught for twelve years at the University of Salamanca. His teaching and books influenced the development of the Spanish Renaissance, and his disciples included Alfono de Segura. King Ferdinand brought him to the royal court to serve as chaplain and chronicler. He was also charged with the education of the children of the nobility.
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works

2

De laudibus Hispaniae

Libro sobre la historia de España, de Lucio Marineo Siculo (1496)

author: Lucio Marineo Sículo

1496

De rebus Hispaniae memorabilibus Libri XXV

Libro sobre la historia de España, de Lucio Marineo Siculo (1530)

author: Lucio Marineo Sículo

1530

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