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   Ligorio
   Pirro
   P. L. ; Pirrho / Pyrrho Ligorio / Pyrrhus Ligorius / Pyrrhum Ligorium ;
   
   
   1510 or 1513 c. in Naples / Neapel / Napolitano
   1583
   Ferrara, now Italy
   
   
   
   Italy
   Totius Galliae descriptio cum parte Angliae, Germaniae, Flandriae, Brabantiae, Italiae, Romam usque; Nova descriptio totius Hungariae; Descriptio totius Galliae Belgicae; Antiquitatum studiosis; Orbis Romae situs com iis quae adhuc conspiuntur veter monument, Venice 1552; map of ancient Rome (Antiquae Urbis Imago), 1561
   named superintendent to the ancient monuments by the Popes Pius IV & Paul IV; since 1568 guest of Duke Alfonso II d'Este in Ferrara;
   humanist Benedetto Egio, antiquoro of Ippolito II D'Este (1509-1572) since 1549 ; Alfonso II D'Este (1533-1597), duke of Ferrara ;
   architectural, archaeological, geographic & topographic copper engraving & etching
   www.google.de/search?q=Pirro+Ligorio ; http://www.francigena.beniculturali.it/web/valit/mostre/mappa-interattiva?p_p_id=0056&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state
   links in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirro_Ligorio ; www.gardenvisit.com/biography/pirro_ligorio
   D.R. Coffin: Pirro Ligorio-Renaissance Artist, Architect & Antiquarian, 2003; F. Solinas: Other sources of drawings in the paper museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo, Milano 1993:240-1; Pamela O. Long in Valleriani (2017): 230-233;
   Italian architect, painter, antiquarian & garden designer; moved to Rome in 1534, where he developed his interest in antiquities; cf. http://www.italica.rai.it/scheda.php?scheda=rinascimento_parole_chiave_schede_cligo
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