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Manuel Chrysoloras (c. 1355–1415)

Chrysoloras, Manuel (kris-ō-lō’räs). A Greek scholar; born in Constantinople, about 1355; died at Constance, April 15, 1415. He was the first to attain eminence in Italy as a teacher of the literature and language of Greece: a work by him called ‘Queries’ (Erotemata) long remained authoritative on Greek grammar.