Bramante

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Bra·man·te

 (brə-män′tā, brä-män′tĕ), Donato 1444-1514.
Italian architect who evolved the style known as High Renaissance. He provided the original central plan for the new Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome.

Bramante

(Italian braˈmante)
n
(Biography) Donato (doˈnato). ?1444–1514, Italian architect and artist of the High Renaissance. He modelled his designs for domed centrally planned churches on classical Roman architecture

Bra•man•te

(brəˈmɑn teɪ)

n.
Donato d'Agnolo, 1444–1514, Italian architect and painter.
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