subject date: 2016-05-23

caption: JOHN AVENTINO (1477 - 1534), from the Latin Italianisation Johannes Aventinus, that Johan from Abensberg, name by which it was known Johann Georg Turmair (or Thurmayr) historian and German philologist. Guardian of the younger brothers of William IV of Bavaria from 1509 to 1517, was later appointed official historian of Bavaria, and in that capacity he composed chronicon "Annales Bojorum" (Annals of the Bavarians) for which he was also nicknamed "Bavarian Herodotus". Portrait, colorful version of an engraving of Hugo Bürkner (1818-1897), Germany 1854

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XVI

subject epoch: Sacro Romano Impero

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