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Janello Torriani and the Spanish Empire

A Vitruvian Artisan at the Dawn of the Scientific Revolution

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Janello Torriani, or Juanelo Turriano (Cremona, ca. 1500 – Toledo, 1585), is the greatest––though forgotten–– among Renaissance inventors and constructors of machines. His story is foundational for the understanding of the roots of the Scientific and the Industrial Revolutions.

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