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Giordano Bruno (1548–1600)

Bruno, Giordano (brö’nō). A renowned Italian philosopher; born at Nola, near Naples, Italy, 1548; burned at the stake in Rome, Feb. 17, 1600, charged with heresy. His best-known works are: ‘Ash-Wednesday Conversations’; ‘The Work of the Great Key’; ‘The Exploration of the Thirty Seals’; ‘The Taper’; ‘Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast’; ‘The Heroic Enthusiasts’; and a great number of other writings in prose and verse. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).