Marin Barleti

1450 - 1513

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Marin Barleti (Latin: Marinus Barletius, Italian: Marino Barlezio; c. 1450–1460 – c. 1512-1513) was a historian and Catholic priest from Shkodër who was a humanist. He is considered the first Albanian historian because of his 1504 eyewitness account of the 1478 siege of Shkodra. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Marin Barleti has received more than 104,013 page views. His biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 23 in 2019). Marin Barleti is the 143rd most popular historian (down from 135th in 2019), the 29th most popular biography from Albania (down from 28th in 2019) and the most popular Historian.

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Among historians, Marin Barleti ranks 143 out of 339Before him are Vladimir Minorsky, Otto von Gierke, Adémar de Chabannes, Matthew of Edessa, Philostorgius, and Ibn Hibban. After him are Gottfried Achenwall, Ibn Wahshiyya, Max Weinreich, Arnold Toynbee, Agatharchides, and Steven Runciman.

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Among people born in 1450, Marin Barleti ranks 28Before him are Gaspar Corte-Real, Ibrahim Lodi, John of Foix, Viscount of Narbonne, Pedro Berruguete, Basarab II of Wallachia, and Piero Soderini. After him are Yunus Pasha, Ercole de' Roberti, Sikandar Lodi, Yuriy Drohobych, Bartolomeo Montagna, and Adam Kraft. Among people deceased in 1513, Marin Barleti ranks 8Before him are John, King of Denmark, James IV of Scotland, Pinturicchio, Şehzade Ahmet, Helena of Moscow, and Şehzade Korkut.

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In Albania

Among people born in Albania, Marin Barleti ranks 29 out of 111Before him are Rexhep Meidani (1944), John Koukouzelis (1280), Haxhi Lleshi (1913), Bamir Topi (1957), Evangelos Zappas (1800), and Ilir Meta (1969). After him are Gjergj Fishta (1871), Fatos Nano (1952), Karl Thopia (1331), Ernest Simoni (1928), Koca Davud Pasha (1401), and Adil Çarçani (1922).

Among HISTORIANS In Albania

Among historians born in Albania, Marin Barleti ranks 1