architect or builder.
A nephew of Jean Bullant, of Écouen, who worked under his direction at Saint-Denis after 1573.
Sir Thomas Tresham (Tressam)
amateur architect; b. about 1543; d. 1605.
In 1573-1574 he was sheriff of Northamptonsire. From 1581 to 1588 and again in 1597 and 1599 he was imprisoned as a Catholic. He built the market house at Rothwell, the "triangular lodge" at Rushton, and the new building at Lyveden.
Nicolas de Vergara
sculptor, painter, and architect; d. 1606.
A son and pupil of Nicolas de Vergara, a painter and sculptor. In 1573 he succeeded his father as sculptor and painter of the cathedral of Toledo (Spain). He made the fine bronze and iron lateral lecterns of the choir, and designed the new Sagrario, or chapel of the Host, which was finished by Monegro. In 1575 he designed the church of the Bernardine nuns at Toledo, and in 1595 a chapel for the relics of the Jeronymites of Guadalupe (Spain).