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Morillon, Antoine

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Persons known by name

Morillon, Antoine

Antoine Morillon

  • c. 1522–1556-10-9/10 in Leuven
  • son of Guy Morillon (†1548), secretary to Charles V, admirer of Erasmus, supporter of the Collegium trilingue in Leuven
  • knew Pighius from his studies in Leuven
  • worked for Granvelle buying books in Venice,
  • in the circle of cardinal Rodolfo Pio da Carpi in Rome
  • suggested to Granvelle a list of books to buy or copy
  • close collaborator of Jean Matal who calls him "Belga" in 1547 in Vat. lat. 6038, fol. 188r°
  • [Cooper 1993: 101]: "Matals principal Flemish collaborator" + [Cooper 1993: 103] "one of his major […] collaborators"
  • records to Matal inscriptions from Germany, Venice, Padova, Napoli, Pozzuoli, Brindisi, Sicily
  • [Heuser 2003: 94 Fn 3] according to [Cooper 1993: 101, 103, 106, 108] BAV Rom, Vat. lat.
    • 6037: 59r, 
    • 6039: 299–303v, 331–333r, 353r/v–354r, 383v, 443v, 457 r/v
  • in the service of Granvelle he went to Venice to buy books and have them binded there.
  • In Trento (1546) he made a deep impression on Don Diego Hurtado de Mendoza: "Morrillon es el mejor hombre del mundo; y si el no se quisiesse bolver alla, por mi voluntad, no se yo si le dexare ir. " From May 1548 to October 1551 there are notes of Morillon's studies of antiquities in the correspondence between Hurtado de Mendoza and Granvelle. [Heuser 2003: 95 Fn 3 (cont. from page 94)]
  • [Heuser 2003: 111] "Antoine Morillon, der Onkel Philipp van Winghes, war unter den zeitgenössischen Antiquaren in Rom derjenige, der die meisten Beiträge zu Matals Inschriftensammlung leistete.
    • Sekundärliteratur zu Morillon: [Schulte 1979: 319, 321, 327f., 335f.]; [Velde 1961: 301]; [Veldo 1966: 25f.]
  • [Heuser 2003: 112, Fn. 3]:
 
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