Category:Franciscus Junius (the younger)

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Franciscus Junius (29 January 1591 – 1677), also known as François du Jon, was a pioneer of Germanic philology. He is the son of Franciscus Junius (the elder) (1545-1602).
Some of the pictures contain this lines by Vondel: Dits Iunius, der schilders rechte hant / Zijn bloet is eel, noch eeler zjn verstant (Vondel)). (This is Iunius, the painter's right hand / his blood is noble, and his mind is even more noble (Vondel). This is clearly a reference to the work On the Painting of the Ancients (1638) by Franciscus Junius (the younger).


Franciscus Junius 
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Date of birth29 January 1591, 1589
Heidelberg
Date of death19 November 1677
Windsor
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