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1503 in poetry

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1503 in poetry

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Contents

Events

  • Italian poet Ludovico Ariosto begins writing Orlando Furioso (earliest version published in 1516; first complete version published 1532)
  • Works published

  • Anonymous, Sir Tryamour, publication year uncertain; written in the late 14th century
  • William Dunbar, The Thrissil and the Rois, Scotland, a political allegory honoring Margaret Tudor, whose marriage to James IV of Scotland had been negotiated with the help of Dunbar
  • Jean Lemaire de Belges, La Plainte du Désiré, Belgian Walloon poet living in and published in France
  • Births

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • June 28 – Giovanni della Casa (died 1556), Italian poet and critic; Latin-language poet
  • November 17 – Agnolo di Cosimo, better known as "Il Bronzino" or "Agnolo Bronzino" (died 1572), Italian Mannerist painter and poet
  • Nicholas Bourbon in this year or 1505 (died 1550), French court preceptor and poet
  • Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (died 1575), Spanish
  • Benedetto Varchi, some sources say he may have been born this year, others say his birth year is either this year or 1502 (died 1565), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Garcilasco de la Vega (died 1536), Spanish
  • Sir Thomas Wyatt, born about this year (died 1542), English lyrical poet
  • Deaths

    Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • Antonio Bonfini (born 1434), Italian humanist and poet
  • Alessandro Braccesi (born 1445), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Matteo Canale (born 1443), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Gian Giacomo della Croce died this year or later (born c. 1450), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Iovianus Pontanus, also known as Giovanni Gioviano Pontano, (born 1426), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Annamacharya శ్రీ తాళ్ళపాక అన్నమాచార్య (born 1408), mystic saint composer of the 15th century, widely regarded as the Telugu pada kavita pitaamaha (grand old man of simple poetry); husband of Tallapaka Tirumalamma
  • References

    1503 in poetry Wikipedia


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