Blondus (Orbiondo), Flavius

Blondus (Orbiondo), Flavius, an Italian writer, born at Forli in 1388, was for some time secretary to pope Eugenius IV, and died at Rome, June 4, 1463. He is chiefly noted for his Historiarum Romanarum decades 3, from 410 to 1440, afterwards abridged by AEneas Sylvius (pope Pius II). He also wrote, Roma Triumphans (Brescia, 1503): — Roma Instaurata: — Italia Illustrata: — De Origine et Gestis Venetorum.

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