Jean Tixier de Ravisi, en latin Ravisius Textor, (v.1480-1524) est un savant, humaniste et universitaire français.

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  • Jean Tixier de Ravisi, en latin Ravisius Textor, (v.1480-1524) est un savant, humaniste et universitaire français.
  • Johannes Ravisius (auch: Johannes Ravisius Textor, Ioannes Ravisius, eigtl. Jean Tixier de Ravisi; * 1480 in Nevers; † 1524) war ein französischer Humanist.Ravisius lehrte am Collège de Navarre in Paris und verfasste die Enzyklopädie Officinae epitome.
  • Jean Tixier de Ravisi (c. 1470–1542) was a French Renaissance humanist scholar and professor of rhetoric. He was born in Ravisi, which is near the commune of Saint-Saulge in the central province of Nivernais. His works, which are mostly on the topic of education, were widely accepted and employed by French academia. Tixier eventually adopted the Latinised name Johannes Textor Ravisius, Nivernensis.Per the epitaph on his headstone, Tixier was born in 1470, and died on 3 December 1542. According to Victor Gueneau, other scholars pretend that he died on 13 December 1524, and that his brother, Jacques, completed Jean's book l'Origine de l'imprimerie (French: "The Origin of Printing"). Similarly, some authors report his year of birth to be approximately 1480.Tixier studied humanities at the College of Navarre. When he graduated he accepted a position in the college's rhetoric department; there, he impressed faculty and students alike. In 1520, he accepted a position as rector of the University of Paris.[citation needed] He held the position until 1525, succeeded by William Manderstown.More than thirty editions of his principal work, Officina, were published as he continued to expand it.[citation needed] His other writings were published posthumously.[citation needed]
  • Jean Tixier de Ravisy o Ravisi, latinizado Johannes Textor Ravisius Nivernensis, por lo que a veces se le nombró como Ravisio Textor (Nevers, c. 1480 - 1524), humanista francés.
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  • Jean Tixier de Ravisi, en latin Ravisius Textor, (v.1480-1524) est un savant, humaniste et universitaire français.
  • Johannes Ravisius (auch: Johannes Ravisius Textor, Ioannes Ravisius, eigtl. Jean Tixier de Ravisi; * 1480 in Nevers; † 1524) war ein französischer Humanist.Ravisius lehrte am Collège de Navarre in Paris und verfasste die Enzyklopädie Officinae epitome.
  • Jean Tixier de Ravisy o Ravisi, latinizado Johannes Textor Ravisius Nivernensis, por lo que a veces se le nombró como Ravisio Textor (Nevers, c. 1480 - 1524), humanista francés.
  • Jean Tixier de Ravisi (c. 1470–1542) was a French Renaissance humanist scholar and professor of rhetoric. He was born in Ravisi, which is near the commune of Saint-Saulge in the central province of Nivernais. His works, which are mostly on the topic of education, were widely accepted and employed by French academia. Tixier eventually adopted the Latinised name Johannes Textor Ravisius, Nivernensis.Per the epitaph on his headstone, Tixier was born in 1470, and died on 3 December 1542.
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  • Jean Tixier
  • Jean Tixier de Ravisi
  • Johannes Ravisius
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