(Huisman[n]; Huusman; Huysman[n]; Rodolphus; Rudolph; Roelof; Rudolf von Groningen; ca. 1443/441485). Humanist; b. Baflo, near Groningen, Neth.; educ. Erfurt, Cologne, Louvain, Pavia, Ferrara; scholar, painter, musician; active successively in Dillingen, Groningen, Brussels; lectured at Heidelberg; grasp of languages included Fr., Gk., Heb. Works include De inventione dialectica; De formando studio. See also Humanism, Sixteenth-Century German; Reformed Churches, 2.
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