Category:Faust Vrančić

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Deutsch: Fausto Veranzio (auch Faustus Verantius, kroatisch Faust Vrančić oder im Ungarischen Verancsics Faustus) (* 1551 in Šibenik in dem damals zur Republik Venedig gehörenden Dalmatien im heutigen Kroatien; † 20. Januar 1617 in Venedig) war ein Diplomat, Geistlicher, Universalgelehrter und Erfinder, der der Nachwelt insbesondere durch sein Werk Machinae Novae bekannt wurde.
English: Fausto Veranzio or Faust Vrančić (Latin: Faustus Verantius; Hungarian and Vernacular Latin: Verancsics Faustus) (circa 1551 – January 17, 1617) was a polymath and bishop from the Venetian Republic.
Español: Fausto Verancio o Fausto Verancio Siceno (Latin: Faustus Verantius; Hungarian and Vernacular Latin: Verancsics Faustus) (Sebenico/Šibenik, República de Venecia, hacia 1551 – Venecia, 17 de enero de 1617), humanista veneciano nacido en el territorio de la actual Croacia, autor, entre otros estudios, de «Machinae novae», obra técnica políglota sobre ingenios y máquinas.
Français: Fausto Veranzio ou Faust Vrančić (latin : Faustus Verantius; hongrois et latin vernaculaire: Verancsics Faustus) (Sebenico, République de Venise, vers 1551 – Venise, 17 janvier 1617) est un polymathe et un évêque de la République de Venise.
Hrvatski: Faust Vrančić (tal. Fausto Veranzio, lat. Faustus Verantius, mađ.: Verancsics Faustus; Šibenik, 1551. - Mletci, 20. siječnja 1617.), hrvatski polihistor, jezikoslovac, izumitelj, diplomat, inženjer, svećenik, biskup.
Italiano: Fausto Veranzio, (Sebenico, 1551 – Venezia, 17 gennaio 1617), è stato un umanista, filosofo e storico dalmata vissuto sotto la Repubblica di Venezia, segnalatosi anche come lessicografo e inventore.
Latina: Faustus Verantius (Italice Fausto Veranzio) natus in insula Pervicae iuxta Sebenicum, tunc ad Rempublicam Venetam pertinente, anno 1551; Venetiae mortuus die 27 Februarii 1617), episcopus catholicus, humanista et inventor venetianus fuit.


Fausto Veranzio 
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Italian humanist and bishop
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Date of birth1551 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Šibenik
Date of death17 January 1617, 27 December 1617
Venice
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