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Botero, Giovanni

Record IDcnp01336898
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01336898
Biographical Data1544 - 1617
Place of BirthBene, Italie
Place of DeathTurin
Last Edit2016-05-20

General Note

A écrit aussi en latin
Source(s) consultée(s) en vain: BN Cat. gén. 1960-1969
Écrivain, célèbre pour avoir critiqué les théories politiques de Machiavel
Gesuita, giurista e poligrafo, nato a Vagienna nel 1543 e morto a Torino nel 1617

More Information

Further Biographical Data1544-23.06.1617
1544-1617
1543-1617
1540-1617
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)Italian
ActivityWłoski historyk i pisarz polityczny.
NationalityItalian
Italy
Place of BirthBene, Italie (1544)
Place of DeathTurin (1617)
Online RessourceOnline Resource
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Place of Activity

Place of BirthBene, Italie (1544)
Lieu de naissance
Place of DeathTurin (1617)
Lieu de mort

Names

HeadingBotero, Giovanni
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Botero, Giovanni
used in: NUKAT union catalogue of Polish academic and research libraries; Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information, Rome (Italy); Wrocław University Library (Poland)
Variant NameBoter, Ian
Botero, Giovani
Botero, Giovanni [Sources: CEFAC; EI; DBI; DEI; MASIT; FRI]
Botero, Giovanni Battista
Botero, Jean
Botero, Jean
French
Botero Benese, Giovanni
Botero Benese, Giovanni
Italian
Boterus, Joannes
Boterus, Joannes
Latin
Boterus, Johannes
Boterus, Johannes
Latin
Bottero, Giovanni
Giovanni Botero
Nome su edizioni

Sources

Found inBN Cat. gén.. — Diz. autori italiani. — Larousse 19e s. : Botero (Jean). — Dizionario biografico degli italiani. - Rzym, 1971. — Kp. Giovanni Botero : historyk i pisarz polityczny epoki kontrreformacji / Stefan Bielański. - Kraków, 1995. — OPALE(P)'1999 (Botero, Giovanni 1544-1617). — LCA online (1540- 1617). — VD17 (www.vd17.de) (1540-1617). — ICCU (http://opac.sbn.it) (1540-1617). — Theatrvm swiata wszytkiego, na ktorem Europa, Asia, Afryka y Ameryka [...] są wystawione. / Po włosku [...] przez Iana Botera [...] opisane, [...] na polski ięzyk [...] przez W..O. Lencicyvsa [...] przetlumaczone [...]. - Kraków, 1659. — FRI. — MASIT. — DEI. — DBI. — EI. — CEFAC. — Tesoro politico / [Giovanni Botero], 1592