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Pietro Perna (1519 – 16 August 1582) was an Italian printer, the leading printer of Late Renaissance Basel, the Erasmian crossroads between Italian Renaissance humanism and the Protestant Reformation. His books promoted the Italian heretical thinkers at the origins of Socinianism and the theory of Tolerance. He was a major publisher of Protestant historians like Flacius Illyricus and David Chytraeus and promoted the ars historica treatises of the period, notably the 18 authores de historia in Artis Historicae Penus (1579).

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  • Pietro Perna Calcei, Pietro Perna o Petrus Perna (1519, Villa Basílica, Lucca, Italia–16 de agosto de 1582, Basilea, Suiza) fue un impresor y editor italiano. (es)
  • Pietro Perna (auch Petrus Perna; * vor 1522 in Villa Basilica bei Lucca; † 16. August 1582 in Basel) war ein italienischer Glaubensflüchtling, Drucker und Verleger in Basel. (de)
  • Pietro Perna (Villa Basilica, 1519 – Basilea, 16 agosto 1582 è stato un tipografo italiano, uno dei più importanti tipografi della Basilea crocevia tra Rinascimento e Riforma protestante. I suoi libri promossero lo sviluppo del protestantesimo italiano, del socinianesimo e della teoria della tolleranza. (it)
  • Pietro Perna (v. 1520 – 16 août 1582) est un imprimeur italien de la Renaissance. (fr)
  • Pietro Perna (ur. w 1522, zm. w 1582) włoski protestant – drukarz w Bazylei. Pochodził z Lukki. Obawiając się represji za poglądy protestanckie wyjechał z Włoch i w 1542 osiedlił się w Bazylei, gdzie był uczniem Pietro Martire Vermigli. Zaczął pracować jako asystent w drukarni J. Oporinusa i w końcu założył własną drukarnię w Bazylei w 1558, która stała się największą drukarnią w tym mieście. Dzięki kontaktom z włoskimi reformatorami z Padwy, m.in. Lelio Socynem i mógł drukować ich dzieła. Jego zięciem był znany lekarz z Bazylei . (pl)
  • Pietro Perna (1519 – 16 August 1582) was an Italian printer, the leading printer of Late Renaissance Basel, the Erasmian crossroads between Italian Renaissance humanism and the Protestant Reformation. His books promoted the Italian heretical thinkers at the origins of Socinianism and the theory of Tolerance. He was a major publisher of Protestant historians like Flacius Illyricus and David Chytraeus and promoted the ars historica treatises of the period, notably the 18 authores de historia in Artis Historicae Penus (1579). A native of Villa Basilica, in the Republic of Lucca, and a Dominican, he arrived in Basel in 1544 as a disciple of the reformer Pietro Martire Vermigli and with the help of Pietro Carnesecchi. As a printer he started as an assistant to the renowned Johannes Oporinus and set up a press of his own in 1558. As a bookseller and apprentice printer he established a network of Italian connections that helped him act as a go between and publisher of Italian reformed thinkers and writers, such as Vermigli, Pier Paolo Vergerio, Jacopo Aconcio, Bernardino Ochino, Lelio Sozzini, Sebastian Castellio, Celio Secondo Curione, etc. He published the editio princeps of the original Greek text of the Enneads of Plotinus. He produced important editions of Machiavelli and Bodin, Guicciardini and Lodovico Castelvetro. He published works of Paracelsus and various Paracelsians but also served as the chief printer of Paracelsus's leading critic Thomas Erastus. In 1570 Perna sent the artist Tobias Stimmer to Como to copy the famous collection of historical portraits in the Giovio Collection. Stimmer's distinctive woodcuts decorate numerous editions of Paolo Giovio, brought out by Perna and Heinrich Petri. The Basel doctor and polymath Theodor Zwinger was his close collaborator. Perna died of the plague and was buried in St. Peter's Church. (en)
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  • Pietro Perna Calcei, Pietro Perna o Petrus Perna (1519, Villa Basílica, Lucca, Italia–16 de agosto de 1582, Basilea, Suiza) fue un impresor y editor italiano. (es)
  • Pietro Perna (auch Petrus Perna; * vor 1522 in Villa Basilica bei Lucca; † 16. August 1582 in Basel) war ein italienischer Glaubensflüchtling, Drucker und Verleger in Basel. (de)
  • Pietro Perna (Villa Basilica, 1519 – Basilea, 16 agosto 1582 è stato un tipografo italiano, uno dei più importanti tipografi della Basilea crocevia tra Rinascimento e Riforma protestante. I suoi libri promossero lo sviluppo del protestantesimo italiano, del socinianesimo e della teoria della tolleranza. (it)
  • Pietro Perna (v. 1520 – 16 août 1582) est un imprimeur italien de la Renaissance. (fr)
  • Pietro Perna (ur. w 1522, zm. w 1582) włoski protestant – drukarz w Bazylei. Pochodził z Lukki. Obawiając się represji za poglądy protestanckie wyjechał z Włoch i w 1542 osiedlił się w Bazylei, gdzie był uczniem Pietro Martire Vermigli. Zaczął pracować jako asystent w drukarni J. Oporinusa i w końcu założył własną drukarnię w Bazylei w 1558, która stała się największą drukarnią w tym mieście. Dzięki kontaktom z włoskimi reformatorami z Padwy, m.in. Lelio Socynem i mógł drukować ich dzieła. Jego zięciem był znany lekarz z Bazylei . (pl)
  • Pietro Perna (1519 – 16 August 1582) was an Italian printer, the leading printer of Late Renaissance Basel, the Erasmian crossroads between Italian Renaissance humanism and the Protestant Reformation. His books promoted the Italian heretical thinkers at the origins of Socinianism and the theory of Tolerance. He was a major publisher of Protestant historians like Flacius Illyricus and David Chytraeus and promoted the ars historica treatises of the period, notably the 18 authores de historia in Artis Historicae Penus (1579). (en)
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