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  1. Jacobo Wimpfeling (Sélestat, 27 de julio de 1450 - ibídem, 17 de noviembre de 1528) fue un poeta, humanista, pedagogo e historiógrafo alsaciano. Biografía

    • 17 de noviembre de 1528jul. (78 años), Sélestat (Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico)
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  2. profesor académico alemán / De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia encyclopedia. Jacobo Wimpfeling ( Sélestat, 27 de julio de 1450 - ibídem, 17 de noviembre de 1528) fue un poeta, humanista, pedagogo e historiógrafo alsaciano. Datos rápidos Información personal, Nacimiento ... Cerrar. Oops something went wrong:

  3. 28 de oct. de 2022 · Jakob Wimpfeling (1450–1528) was a prolific German humanist, historian, poet, and advocate of a renewal within the Catholic Church based on the reorganization of the education system. He denounced the wrongdoing inside the clergy and committed to educate young...

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  4. Jakob Wimpfeling (25 July 1450 – 17 November 1528) was a Renaissance humanist and theologian . Biography. Wimpfeling was born in Sélestat (Schlettstadt), Alsace, Lorraine. He went to the school at Sélestat, which was run by Ludwig Dringenberg, the founder of the Humanist Library of Sélestat.

  5. Overview. Jakob Wimpfeling. (1450—1528) Quick Reference. (1450–1528), Prolific German humanist, born in Schlettstadt (now French Sélestat), in Alsace, and educated at the universities of Freiburg, Erfurt, and Heidelberg. In 1484, by which time he had become ... From: Wimpfeling, Jakob in The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance »

  6. (1450–1528), German humanist and reformer of Alsace.On the eve of the Reformation, he represented late medieval reform

  7. Author: Written by Paul Olearius. Date: ca. 1501. Medium: Woodcut. Dimensions: Overall: 7 15/16 x 5 3/4 x 1/4 in. (20.2 x 14.6 x 0.7 cm) Classification: Books. Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1932. Accession Number: 32.71.1. An illustrated explainer.