Boytac, Diogo

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Boytac, Diogo (fl. 1490–1525). French master-mason who worked on the Church of Santa Maria, Belém, Lisbon (begun 1502), one of the first examples of the Manueline style of Portugal, and also Christ Church at Setúbal (1494–8), which commemorates Portuguese voyages of discovery in its form and detail.

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Cruickshank (ed.) (1996)