Guarino da Verona

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Guarino da Verona

(gwärē`nō dä vārô`nä), 1374?–1460, Italian humanist, considered the greatest teacher of his time. Associated with several universities, he translated various Greek and Latin classics and wrote a Latin grammar (1487).
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In his often strangely unfocused lead essay, curator Keith Christiansen quotes a beautiful missive by the humanist scholar Guarino of Verona in praise of devotional images: 'simply to behold these is to have one's mind drawn to higher things'.
Giovanni Malpaghini eventually taught rhetoric at the Florentine Studio, his students including such important figures as Poggio and Guarino of Verona.
Next Allen turns to women's education in philosophy during 1200-1450, including, inter alia, the writings and practice of Vincent of Beauvais, Francesco Barberino, Guarino of Verona, and Vittorino of Feltre.