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Caspar Brusch

(1518—1557)


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(Schlackenwald, Bohemia, 1518–57),

was a humanistic disciple of Celtis. He published collections of Latin poems, Silvae (1543) and Poemata (1554), and also geographical poetry in the manner of Celtis (Elegia ...

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