Georgios Hermonymos was a Byzantine scribe, translator, and scholar, who worked predominantly as a copyist in Italy, France, and England. Furthermore, he taught ancient Greek to numerous prominent Renaissance scholars, including Erasmus, Budé, Reuchlin, and Jacques Lefèvre d’ Étaples. He also engaged in diplomatic activities of the papal Curia during the fifteenth century.
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