Muratori, Ludovico Antonio (16721750)

Muratori, Ludovico Antonio, Italian antiquary and historian, horn in Vignola, Modena; became librarian in Milan 1695, and of the D'Este library, Modena, in 1700, in which city he died; he edited the Italian chronicles of the 5th-16th centuries, with many essays and dissertations, and many other historical and antiquarian works; but his name is chiefly associated with the “Muratorian Fragment,” which dates from the 2nd century, and contains a list of the then canonical scriptures, and which he published 1840 (16721750).

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

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Mulock, Dinah Maria
Mulready, William
Münchhausen, Baron von
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Murat, Joachim
Muratori, Ludovico Antonio
Muravieff, Count
Murchison, Sir Roderick Impey
Murdoch, William
Mure, Colonel
Mürger, Henri
Murray, John
Murray, Lindley
Murray, William
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