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Erasmus circle in Englandlocked

(act. 1499–1521)
  • Seymour Baker House


Erasmus circle in England (act. 1499–1521), was a network of some twenty men united by their devotion to and admiration for the great Dutch scholar Desiderius Erasmus. Some of his friends were writers and teachers like himself, able to co-operate with him in the editing or translating of texts, but many were closely involved in public life, either as bishops or as courtiers, diplomats, and agents of government. ...

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