Danti, Egnazio (1536-1586)

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Egnazio Danti, Italian architect and mathematician, was born in Perugia in 1536 and died in Alatri in 1586, a son of Giulio Danti and brother of Girolamo. He had got the fame mostly as a mathematician and cosmographer (geographic maps in Vatican).

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