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JODOCUS BADIUS

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 189 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JODOCUS BADIUS or JossE (1462-1535), sometimes called BADIUS AscENSlus from the village of Asche, near Brussels, where he was born, an eminent printer at Paris, whose establishment was celebrated under the name of Prelum Ascensianum. He was himself a scholar of considerable repute, had studied at Brussels and Ferrara, and before settling in Paris, had taught Greek for several years at Lyons. He illustrated with notes several of the classics which he printed, and was the author of numerous pieces, amongst which are a life of Thomas a Kempis, and a satire on the follies of women, entitled Navicula Stultarum Mulierum.
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