Donato Bramante (1444-1514), Italian architect, was born near Urbino[?], Italy. His most famous design was the St. Peter's Basilica (begun in 1506), commissioned by Pope Julius II. His other work includes S. Maria presso S. Satiro (1482-1486), the cloisters[?] of S. Ambrogio, Milano (1497-1498), and the Palazzo Caprini[?] (1501-1502).