Vittore Trincavelli (also Vettore or Victor Trincavelli; 1496–1568) was an eminent Italian physician, but is most famous as the editor of some of the first editions of the Greek classics.

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  • Vittore Trincavelli (né vers 1496 à Venise, alors capitale de la République de Venise et mort en 1568) est un médecin et un philosophe vénitien de la Renaissance. (fr)
  • Vittore Trincavelli (also Vettore or Victor Trincavelli; 1496–1568) was an eminent Italian physician, but is most famous as the editor of some of the first editions of the Greek classics. (en)
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  • 1568-1-1
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  • Physician and scholar (en)
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  • Vittore Trincavelli (né vers 1496 à Venise, alors capitale de la République de Venise et mort en 1568) est un médecin et un philosophe vénitien de la Renaissance. (fr)
  • Vittore Trincavelli (also Vettore or Victor Trincavelli; 1496–1568) was an eminent Italian physician, but is most famous as the editor of some of the first editions of the Greek classics. (en)
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  • Vittore Trincavelli (fr)
  • Vittore Trincavelli (en)
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