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  • c. 1444 - 1514
    Life of the Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante.
  • 1480
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante moves to Milan.
  • 1485
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante works on the Church of Santa Maria Presso San Satiro in Milan.
  • 1492 - 1497
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante works on on Milan’s Santa Maria delle Grazie church.
  • 1492 - 1494
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante likely works on the rectangular piazza in Vigevano.
  • 1493
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante works for Ludovico Sforza to assess the fortifications along Lombardy’s border with Switzerland.
  • 1499
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante moves to Rome.
  • 1500
    The Italian Renaissance architect Bramante designs the cloister for the Santa Maria della Pace church in Rome.
  • 1501
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante designs the Palazzo Caprini in Rome, aka 'Raphael's House'.
  • c. 1502
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante designs the Tempietto of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome.
  • 1504
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante redesigns the space between the Vatican Palace and the Villa Belvedere in Rome.
  • c. 1506
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante creates his design for the new Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome.
  • 11 Apr 1514
    The Italian Renaissance architect Donato Bramante dies in Rome.
  • 1517 - 1520
    The Italian Renaissance artist Raphael lives in Rome’s Palazzo Caprini, designed by Donato Bramante.