SCALIGER Julius Caesar


SCALIGER Julius Caesar
SCALIGER Julius Caesar
Criticus, Poeta, Medicus et Philosophus insignis, magnum sibi in orbe nomen peperit, saeculô praeteritô. Hunc Italia genuit, educavit Germania, Gallia ad mortem usque tenuit. Natus A. C. 1484. in castro Ripa, territorii Veronensis, ex Principibus de la Scala, priscis Veronae, aliorumque
in Ital a locorum Dominis, oriundum se probavit: adversarium irreconciliabilem, sensit Hieronymum Cardanum, Medicum Mediolanens. cuius de Subt litate librum refutavit. Arma diu cum gloria gessit, sed inprimis ad studia natus est, ingeniorum Aquila. Obiit Aginni in Aquitania, A. C. 1558. aetat. 75. Pater Sylvii Medici, et Iosephi Iusti, paternae gloriae et eruditionis heredum. Scripsit Poeticam, opus admirandum: Epistolas et Orationes: Poemata: Commentarios in Aristotelem, et Theophrastum: plurimos de Medicina tractatus: de Causis Ling. Latin. Testimonia de gente Scaligera: Exercitationum Exoticarum libros 15. etc. Gloriae cum ulus purioris doctrinae professio fuit. Scaevola Elog. l. 1. Lips. in Epistol. Vander Linden de Script. Medic. Iustus in Chron. Medic. Quenstedt. de patr. Doctor. etc. adde Anton. Teissier. Elog. P. 1. et 2.

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