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Erasmus

(c. 1466—1536) humanist scholar and reformer


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(circa 1467–1536) Dutch humanist

Adages [Adagia] (1500) Non-FictionEnchiridion Militis Christiani (1503) Non-FictionThe Praise of Folly [Encomium Moriae] (1511) Non-FictionColloquia (1518) Non-Fiction

Adages [Adagia] (1500) Non-Fiction

Enchiridion Militis Christiani (1503) Non-Fiction

The Praise of Folly [Encomium Moriae] (1511) Non-Fiction

Colloquia (1518) Non-Fiction

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