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Lazius, Wolfgang, 1514-1565

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Personal name headingLazius, Wolfgang, 1514-1565
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Variant(s)Lazius, W. (Wolfgang), 1514-1565
Lazius, Wolffgangus, 1514-1565
Lazius, Wolfgangus, 1514-1565
Lazius, Wolffgang, 1514-1565
Lazius, Wolfgang von, 1514-1565
Latzen, Wolfgang, 1514-1565
Latz, Wolfgang, 1514-1565
Lasio, Wolfgang, 1514-1565
Lazio, Wolfgango, 1514-1565
Lasius, Wolfgang, 1514-1565
Laz, Wolfgang, 1514-1565
Other standard no.0000000108724968
Birth date1514-10-31
Death date1565-06-19
Place of birthVienna (Austria)
Place of deathVienna (Austria)
AffiliationUniversität Wien
Profession or occupationPhysicians Historians Humanists Cartographers Philologists Etchers
University and college faculty members
Found inBiga librorum rariorum, 1730: t.p. (... W. Lazii) p. [13] (1st group) (autore Wolfgango Lazio, Viennensi, medico et historico)
World biog. index, 19 Apr 2000 (Lazius, Wolfgang, 1514-1565; physician, historian)
Historicarum commemorationum rerum Graecarum libri duo, 1605 t.p. (authore Woffgango Lazio, medico & historico Caesareo)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed May 25, 2022 (Lazius, Wolfgang ; born 31 October 1514 in Vienna, died 19 June 1565 in Vienna ; humanist, historian and geographer ; variant name: Lazius, Wolfgangus)
Katalog der Deutschen Natiobalbibliothek, viewed May 25, 2022 (Lazius, Wolfgang ; Austrian humanist, personal physician, court historiographer, philologist, draughtsman, etcher and woodcutter ; variant names: Lazius, Wolffgang; Lazius, Wolfgang von; Latzen, Wolfgang; Latz, Wolfgang; Lasio, Wolfgang; Lazio, Wolfgango; Lasius, Wolfgang)
English Wikipedia, viewed May 25, 2022 (Wolfgang Lazius ; also: Wolfgang Laz ; was an Austrian humanist who worked as a cartographer, historian, and physician ; was a professor in the medical faculty at the University of Vienna in 1541 ; curator of the imperial collections of the Holy Roman Empire and official historian to Emperor Ferdinand I)