• Johannes de Grocheio

    Johannes de Grocheio

    Johannes de Grocheio (Grocheo) (c. 1255 – c. 1320) was a Parisian musical theorist of the early fourteenth century. His French name was Jean de Grouchy, but he is more commonly known by his Latinized name. A Master of Arts, he is the author of the treatise Ars musicae ("The art of music") (c. 1300), an attempt to describe the music of his time as it was practiced in and around Paris.

  • Johannes de Groot

    Johannes de Groot

    Johannes de Groot (May 7, 1914 – September 11, 1972) was a Dutch mathematician, the leading Dutch topologist for more than two decades following World War II.

  • Johannes de Imola

    Johannes de Imola (Italian: Giovanni Nicolétti, English: John of Imola) (c. 1370 – 1436) was an Italian jurist, a student of Baldus de Ubaldis, Francesco Ramponi and Johannes of Lignano. He taught at Pavia, Siena and Bologna, and was one of the major commentators on the Decretals of Gregory IX

  • Johannes de Thurocz

    Johannes de Thurocz

    Johannes de Thurocz (Hungarian: Thuróczy János; Slovak: Ján z Turca or Ján de Turocz, German: Johannes de Thurocz, variant contemporary spelling: de Thwrocz) (c. 1435 – 1488 or 1489), was a Hungarian historian and the author of the Latin Chronica Hungarorum ("Chronicle of the Hungarians"), the most extensive 15th-century work on Hungary, and the first chronicle of Hungary written by a layman.

  • Dictionarius (Johannes de Garlandia)

    Dictionarius is a short work written about the year 1200 by the medieval English grammarian Johannes de Garlandia or John of Garland. For the use of his students at the University of Paris, he lists the trades and tradesmen that they saw around them every day in the streets of Paris, France. The work is written in Latin with interlinear glosses in Old French.

  • Johannes de Bosch

    Johannes de Bosch

    Johannes de Bosch (1713–1785) was a Dutch painter, engraver and draughtsman. De Bosch was born in Amsterdam, the son of the apothecary Jeroen de Bosch, who owned a significant collection of paintings and drawings, he was surrounded and influenced by fine art from an early age.

  • Johannes de Graaff

    Johannes de Graaff

    Johannes de Graaff (1729–1813), also referred to as Johannis de Graeff in some documents, was a Dutch Governor of Sint Eustatius, Saba and Sint Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles during the difficult time of the American Revolutionary War.

  • Johannes de la Fage

    Johannes de la Fage (fl. 1520) was a composer of the Franco-Flemish school.

  • Johannes de Indagine

    Johannes de Indagine

  • Johannes de Cleve

    Johannes de Cleve (c. 1529 – 14 July 1582) was a composer active at the court of Ferdinand I and Charles II.

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