1495 ca1530
an English churchman and humanist scholar. He studied in London's St Paul’s Cathedral School, and at a young age entered the household of John Colet. He learned classics from William Lilye, and then went to Pembroke Hall, Cambridge. In Cambridge Lupset worked closely with Desiderius Erasmus, on New Testament and patristic texts. He may then have travelled to Italy with Richard Pace. From 1519 he was supported by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, as a reader in humanities, as successor to John Clement. He then was given church livings and lectured in Greek. He was tutor to Thomas Wynter, Wolsey's son.
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