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Giovanni Botero

1544 - 1617

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Giovanni Botero (c. 1544 – 1617) was an Italian thinker, priest, poet, and diplomat, author of Della ragion di Stato (The Reason of State), in ten chapters, printed in Venice in 1589, and of Universal Relations, (Rome, 1591), addressing the world geography and ethnography. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Giovanni Botero has received more than 95,071 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Giovanni Botero is the 2,043rd most popular writer.

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Among writers, Giovanni Botero ranks 2,043 out of 5,755Before him are Annie Proulx, Tomé Pires, John W. Campbell, Georg Heym, Doppo Kunikida, and D. R. Bendre. After him are Benjamin Péret, Yoshida Kenkō, Mohamed Choukri, James M. Cain, Joseph Kessel, and Jean-Baptiste de Boyer, Marquis d'Argens.

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Among people born in 1544, Giovanni Botero ranks 10Before him are Ismihan Sultan, Gevherhan Sultan, Şah Sultan, Renata of Lorraine, Anna of Saxony, and Maria Temryukovna. After him are Sigismund Rákóczi, Maddalena Casulana, Gillis van Coninxloo, Giovanni Maria Nanino, and Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas. Among people deceased in 1617, Giovanni Botero ranks 13Before him are Emperor Go-Yōzei, Hendrik Goltzius, David Fabricius, 4th Dalai Lama, Fausto Veranzio, and Dorothea of Denmark, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg. After him are Prospero Alpini, Dorothea Maria of Anhalt, Giovanni Antonio Magini, and Isaac Oliver.

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