Flavio Biondo

Flavio Biondo (Latin Flavius Blondus) (1392 – June 4, 1463) was an Italian Renaissance humanist historian. He was one of the first historians to use a three-period division of history (Ancient, Medieval, Modern) and is known as one of the first archaeologists. Born in the capital city of Forlì, in the Romagna region, Flavio was well schooled from an early age, studying under Ballistario of Cremona. During a brief stay in Milan, he discovered and transcribed the unique manuscript of Cicero's dialogue ''Brutus''. He moved to Rome in 1433 where he began work on his writing career; he was appointed secretary to the Cancelleria under Eugene IV in 1444 and accompanied Eugene in his exile in Ferrara and Florence. After his patron's death, Flavio was employed by his papal successors, Nicholas V, Callixtus III and the humanist Pius II. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1472
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1503
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Published 1503
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1531
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Published 1531
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1558
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1559
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1892
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by Blondus, Flavius 1392-1463
Published 1927
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