(c. 1466—1536) humanist scholar and reformer

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Erasmus Lewis (1670—1754) government official

Erasmus Middleton (1729—1805) Church of England clergyman and Methodist sympathizer

Erasmus Philips (1699—1743) politician

Erasmus Philips (fl. c. 1710—1761) writer on economics

Erasmus Reinhold (1511—1553)

Erasmus Sarcerius (1501—1559)

Erasmus Saunders (1670—1724) Church of England clergyman

Erasmus Smith (1611—1691) merchant and educational benefactor

Erasmus Widmann (1572—1634)

George Erasmus Von Tschernembl (1567—1626)

Johann Erasmus Kindermann (1616—1655)

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Sir Erasmus Gower (1742—1814) naval officer and colonial governor

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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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