Scaliger, Julius Cæsar (14841558)

Scaliger, Julius Cæsar, surnamed the Elder, classical scholar, became page to the Emperor Maximilian, and served him in war and peace for 17 years; at 40 quitted the army, and took to study the learned languages among other subjects; wrote a treatise on poetics and a commentary on the physics and metaphysics of Aristotle, and became an authority on the Aristotelian philosophy (14841558).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Scaliger, Joseph Justus * Scanderbeg
Saxo Grammaticus
Saxon Switzerland
Saxons
Saxony
Saxony, Prussian
Sayce, Alexander Henry
Scævola, Caius Mucius
Scafell
Scale, Delfa
Scaliger, Joseph Justus
Scaliger, Julius Cæsar
Scanderbeg
Scanderoon
Scandinavia
Scarborough
Scarpa, Antonio
Scarron, Paul
Scattery Island
Scepticism
Sceptre
Schadow, Johannes Gottfried