Biagio da Cesena

  • Biagio was the Master of Caramonies at the Vatican
  • Biagio criticed the Final Judgement as he said it was..
"no work for a papal chapel but rather for the public baths and taverns" and
"it was mostly disgraceful that in so sacred a place there should have been depicted all those nude figures, exposing themselves so shamefully"

  • To take his revenge at the opinions, Michelangelo painted the face of Biagio on the figure of Minos in Mic(hell)e (No Pictures Avalable)

Sources: Cannot be cited under moral issues

Pythagoras: (in the "School of Athens")

1) A famous mathmeaticain

2) A citizen of the island of Samos

3) He moved to Croton, a city in southern Italy, because of Samos' corrupt government

4) Croton is where he aquired some of his mathmatical skill

5) Did not actually invent the Pythagorian thereom he just popularized it

6) Belived in gosts, spirits, and souls

7) He also moved to Egypt to gather information