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TOMMASO INGHIRAMI (1470—1516)

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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 564 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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TOMMASO INGHIRAMI (1470—1516), a humanist, is best known for his Latin orations, seven of which were published in 1777. His success in the part of Phaedra in a presentation of Seneca's Hippolytus (or Phaedra) led to his being generally known as Fedra. He received high honours from Alexander VI., Leo X. and Maximilian I.
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