Leonardo Bruni

Leonardo Bruni Leonardo Bruni (or Leonardo Aretino; c. 1370 – March 9, 1444) was an Italian humanist, historian and statesman, often recognized as the most important humanist historian of the early Renaissance. He has been called the first modern historian. He was the earliest person to write using the three-period view of history: Antiquity, Middle Ages, and Modern. The dates Bruni used to define the periods are not exactly what modern historians use today, but he laid the conceptual groundwork for a tripartite division of history. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1503
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by Aristoteles v384-v322
Published 1505
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by Xenophon v430-v355
Published 1505
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by Basilius Caesariensis 330-379
Published 1505
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by Aristoteles v384-v322
Published 1506
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1507
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1510
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by Aristoteles v384-v322
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by Polybius v200-v120
Published 1512
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1514
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1515
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1517
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by Basilius Caesariensis 330-379
Published 1526
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by Bruni, Leonardo 1370-1444
Published 1534
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