1494 in literature

1494 in literature




*Sebastian Brant - "Ship of Fools"
*"Oktoih" (first book produced in Serbian language in Cetinje)


*March 24 - Georg Agricola, scientist and writer (d. 1555)
*November 5 - Hans Sachs, poet and dramatist (d. 1576)
*"date unknown" - George Cavendish, biographer (d. c. 1562)


*August 1 - Giovanni Santi, painter and poet (b. c. 1435)
*August 4 - Paulus Barbus, philosopher and theologian
*November 17 - Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, philosopher (b. 1463)
*"date unknown" - Georgius Merula, humanist writer (b. c. 1430)

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