Zacharie Kalliergis (en grec Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης) est un humaniste de la Renaissance, un Grec natif de Réthymnon en Crète, célèbre notamment comme copiste de manuscrits et comme pionnier de l'imprimerie pour la langue grecque. Son activité connue et datée s'étend de 1499 à 1524.↑ Ou Zacharie Callierge dans d'anciennes publications, et Zaccaria Calliergi ou Callergi en italien.

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  • Zacharie Kalliergis (en grec Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης) est un humaniste de la Renaissance, un Grec natif de Réthymnon en Crète, célèbre notamment comme copiste de manuscrits et comme pionnier de l'imprimerie pour la langue grecque. Son activité connue et datée s'étend de 1499 à 1524.
  • Zacharias Kallierges (griechisch Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης, auch Kallergēs oder Kalliergis, italienisiert Zaccaria Calliergi, * um 1473 in Rethymnon in Kreta; † nach 1524) war ein griechischer Typograf und Drucker in Venedig und Rom.
  • Zaccaria Calliergi (in greco: Ζαχαρίας Kαλλιέργης) (Retimno, XV secolo – Roma, XVI secolo) è stato un tipografo greco.Abilissimo stampatore, fu attivo a Venezia dal 1499 al 1509 e a Roma dal 1515 (anno del suo Pindaro) al 1525.
  • Zacharias Calliergi (Greek: Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης, Zakharias Kalliergēs) was a Greek Renaissance humanist and scholar. He was born in Crete but emigrated to Rome at a young age. In 1499 by helped to bring out the Etymologicum Magnum at Venice and in 1515 he set up a printing press where he published exclusively Greek volumes, among them the first Greek book printed in Rome, a book of humns by Pindar. He also instituted the "Gymnasium Caballini Montis" school where lectures were given, by among others, eminent fellow Cretan scholar Marcus Musurus and Janus Lascaris In 1499, he established in Venice, along with Nicolaos Vlastos, also a Cretan, the first Greek owned printing press. Their publishing production wasn’t restricted only to the Greek public but generally to the humanistic public of their era. Also the financial support by Anna Notaras contributed to the 'imperial decoration' of the publications. The printery was exclusively staffed by Cretans, both in technicians and in individuals who shouldered the literary responsibilities of the publications. The offspring of this Cretan collaboration were four archetypes: the Etymologicum Magnum, one of the most important Byzantine dictionaries, the Ypomnema eis tas dekas kategorias tou Aristotelous, the Ypomnema eis tas pente phonas Porphyriou, tou Ammoniou and the Therapeutica of Galen.The publications are characterized by Byzantine luster, enriched by the expanded use of red-types, and aesthetic titles, and different sized first letters. His edition of the Etymologicum Magnum is one of the most important monuments of Byzantine literature. The beauty of this book comes from the tasteful aesthetics of the letters, which characterize the Byzantine, especially the liturgical Byzantine book. The pages are illustrated by xylography, in the top of each chapter.
  • Захария Каллиерги (греч. Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης) — греческий ренессансный гуманист.
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  • Zacharie Kalliergis (en grec Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης) est un humaniste de la Renaissance, un Grec natif de Réthymnon en Crète, célèbre notamment comme copiste de manuscrits et comme pionnier de l'imprimerie pour la langue grecque. Son activité connue et datée s'étend de 1499 à 1524.↑ Ou Zacharie Callierge dans d'anciennes publications, et Zaccaria Calliergi ou Callergi en italien.
  • Zacharias Kallierges (griechisch Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης, auch Kallergēs oder Kalliergis, italienisiert Zaccaria Calliergi, * um 1473 in Rethymnon in Kreta; † nach 1524) war ein griechischer Typograf und Drucker in Venedig und Rom.
  • Zaccaria Calliergi (in greco: Ζαχαρίας Kαλλιέργης) (Retimno, XV secolo – Roma, XVI secolo) è stato un tipografo greco.Abilissimo stampatore, fu attivo a Venezia dal 1499 al 1509 e a Roma dal 1515 (anno del suo Pindaro) al 1525.
  • Захария Каллиерги (греч. Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης) — греческий ренессансный гуманист.
  • Zacharias Calliergi (Greek: Ζαχαρίας Καλλιέργης, Zakharias Kalliergēs) was a Greek Renaissance humanist and scholar. He was born in Crete but emigrated to Rome at a young age. In 1499 by helped to bring out the Etymologicum Magnum at Venice and in 1515 he set up a printing press where he published exclusively Greek volumes, among them the first Greek book printed in Rome, a book of humns by Pindar.
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  • Zacharie Kalliergis
  • Zaccaria Calliergi
  • Zacharias Calliergi
  • Zacharias Kallierges
  • Каллиерги, Захария
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