1447 Giorgio Valla is born in Vigoleno near Piacenza (his parents are Andrea and Cornelia Corvini).
1457 -- 1462 Valla lives with family of Alberto Scotto, duke of Vigoleno, and he studies with the duke's sons.
1462 -- 1465 Valla moves away from Vigoleno and goes to live in Milan, here he studies ancient greek language at the Costantino Lascaris School. In Milan Valla meets Cicco Simonetta, Giangiacomo Trivulzio e Francesco Sforza; Valla gets to be the tutor of their sons.
1465 Valla moves away from Milan and goes to live in Pavia for going into more in-depth studies at the University: here he keeps studing ancient greek language with Andronico Callisto and he gets to study math with Giovann Marliani.
2 agosto 1466 Valla begins his teachers' training college until 1485. Simonetta writes to Valla a letter telling him to not leave Pavia.
1467 Valla resides in Pavia, here he studies ancient greek language with Andronico Callisto.
1467 -- 1476 Valla teachs rhetoric and ancient greek language in Pavia.
1475 Valla writes to Simonetta a letter to ask him if he can leave Pavia for going in Rome to celebrate the jubilee.
1477 -- 1478 Valla lives in Genoa and here he teachs at the University.
1480 Valla resides in Pavia and he is the tutor of Cicco Simonetta's sons.
1484 Valla resides in Pavia and here he teachs at the University.
1485 Valla resides in Venice and here he teachs at the San Marco School in place of Giorgio Merula.
1491 Valla gives to Nicolò Leoniceno a copy of the codex A, with the Archimede's works, to deliver it at Poliziano.
1492 Valla teaches the De architectura of Vitruvio and the Comedies of Plauto.
1496 Prison and Sue for treason. Valla is imprisoned for eight months because he took the side of Charls VIII, King of France, enemy of Venece Republic and Ludovico said The Moro.
24 gennaio 1500 Giorgio Valla dies in Venice.
1501 Giovanni Pietro Cademosto, foster son of Giorgio Valla, makes editing of the De expetendis et fugiendis rebus.
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