Biography of Charles Sigonius

Charles Sigonius (1524–1585) is also know as Sigonio. He was a teacher of Greek. His most esteemed works are titled “De Republica Hebrseorum”, “De Republica Atheniensium”, “Historia de Occidentali Imperio”, and “De regno Italize”. He “was unquestionably one of the first classical antiquaries of his time, and a man of great judgment as well as learning, very correct and deep in researches, and of most unwearied diligence.”

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1524 – He is born in Modena.

1585 – He dies.

1733-34 – His collected works are printed in Milan.

1800 – His “Fasti Consulares” is printed with the Oxford Livy.

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References:

1 – https://words.fromoldbooks.org/Chalmers-Biography/s/sigonius-charles.html

2 – https://books.google.com/books?id=IppfAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA478&lpg=PA478&dq=%22sigonius%22+vesuvius&source=bl&ots=LSbYy4yK4A&sig=ACfU3U0FkjdsFHT_3KhRU16iGSK54VX4yg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjQ-N65q_DmAhVldc0KHeVwDqUQ6AEwA3oECAgQAQ#v=onepage&q=%22sigonius%22%20vesuvius&f=false

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