Marco Dente da Ravenna, usually just called Marco Dente, was an Italian engraver born in Ravenna in the latter part of the 15th Century. He was a prominent figure within the circle of printmakers around Marcantonio Raimondi in Rome, and is known for the imitative nature of his works that characterize his career. His prints in specific cases are also of certain interest in that we can see the impact and design of sculptural restorations. Marco Dente was killed In the tumult of the Sack of Rome in 1527. He used the accompanying monogram, D-B; albeit sparingly.