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 (kŏl′ət), John 1467?-1519.
English scholar and theologian who founded Saint Paul's School in London (1509) to promote classical as well as scriptural learning.


(Biography) John. ?1467–1519, English humanist and theologian; founder of St Paul's School, London (1509)


(ˈkɒl ɪt)

John, 1467?–1519, English educator and cleric.
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They were William Grocyn, "the most upright and best of all Britons,"* Thomas Linacre, and John Colet.
One member of this group was the fine-spirited John Colet, later Dean of St.
The grammar of William Lyly and John Colet, for example, utilized native English only as a translation tool enabling students to acquire the wisdom of the ancients.
Twee jaar later het HAUM-Literer Leroux se eerste drie romans uit die vyftigerjare Die eerste lewe van Colet, Hilaria en Die mugu uitgegee as Die eerste siklus.
Adams, The Better Part of Valor: More, Erasmus, Colet and Vives on Humanism, War and Peace (Seattle: 1962), 98.
Anker SD, Colet JC, Filippatos G, Willenheimer R, Dickstein K, Drexler H, et al.
In the anteroom of divinity; the reformation of the angels from Colet to Milton.
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At that time he had Flaubert's Letters to Louise Colet always to hand, and from them, too, he drank poisonous draughts.
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In places, Erasmus's vignettes of More and Colet strain credibility.