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In Philosophy and Philosophers

Who is Petrarch?

Petrarch is an Italian poet and scholar who often encouraged people to speak and write thoughtfully. .
In Philosophy and Philosophers

Who was petrarch?

Petrarch was born in Italy in July of 1304. He was a scholar aswell as a poet, and is often referred to as the 'Father ofHumanism.'
In Philosophy and Philosophers

What did francesco Petrarch do?

he was an Italian man who was a humanist and a poet and some other thing that, i believe, lived during the renaissance. He is best known for writing letters to a woman named L (MORE)
In Relationships

What did petrarch do?

He was an Italian scholar, poet, and humanist. He became famous over his poems addressed to an unknown person named Laura which is without a doubt the most beautiful name in (MORE)
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What did Petrarch write?

Francesco Petrarca was an Italian poet from the Renaissance. He wasborn in the year 1304 in the city of Arezzo, in Tuscan, and iscommonly called 'The Father of Humanism'. Amon (MORE)
In Philosophy and Philosophers

How did Petrarch die?

He died in Arquà in the Euganean Hills on July 18, 1374. Accordingto Domenico Arentino, he died from apoplexy (stroke). He was foundin his library, with his head reclining (MORE)
In Philosophy and Philosophers

Who influenced Petrarch?

Petrarch was influenced by his hero, Cicero, and frequently wrote letters to him though he died over 1000 years before Petrarch was born. Also,many of his poems are about/adre (MORE)
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What did Petrarch believe?

Petrarch believed many things. Petrarch was called the father of humanism because he taught the people of the renaissance how to be "human" in other words how to enjoy life by (MORE)
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Did petrarch start sonnets?

Giacomo da Lentini is usually credited with the invention of the sonnet (though the form has a long and rich history both before and after Giacomo). Sonnets had certainly b (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What was the idea of petrarch?

Francesco de Petrach was a Renaissance poet and scholar who believed that writing his works in the "peoples dialect" of Tuscan was a good idea. He also wrote in Latin and he o (MORE)