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2 edition of fifteenth century Italian Plutarch.. found in the catalog.

fifteenth century Italian Plutarch..

Charles Mitchell

fifteenth century Italian Plutarch..

by Charles Mitchell

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Published by Faber in London .
Written in English


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SeriesFaber Library of illuminated manuscripts series
The Physical Object
Pagination40p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20916842M

The fortune of Italian humanism in fifteenth-century England / Marianne Pade Additional Lives: Hannibal, Scipio, and Epaminondas / Judith Mossman 'Scholemaister and Counsailour unto Traianus': Plutarch, the Institutio Traiani, and humanist political advice in Renaissance England / Fred Schurink.   Free Online Library: Marriage, sexual pleasure, and learned brides in the wedding orations of fifteenth century Italy *. by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Kings Rites, ceremonies and celebrations Kings and rulers History Marriage customs 15th century AD Marriage customs and rites.

  Free Online Library: Creating canons in fifteenth-century Ferrara: Angelo Decembrio's De politia litteraria, *.(Critical Essay) by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews European literature Criticism and interpretation . This fifteenth-century manuscript contains a treatise on reading the abbreviations of civil and canon law. Werner was identified as the author in , when it was observed that the section De decreto versificato (fols. 18rr in our manuscript) incorporates an acrostic yielding his name, birthplace, and profession.

The manuscript is decorated by fine miniatures of the Lombard school and contains the most complete fifteenth-century figurative commentary to Plutarch's work. The initial from folio 88v represents Cato the Censor, wearing a cloak and a laurel wreath and holding a book in his left hand and a lance with an oriflamme decorated with an eagle in. “Plutarch’s works were introduced to Byzantine scholars along with the revival of classical learning in the fifteenth century, and Italian humanists had already translated them into Latin and Italian before , when the ‘Moralia’, the first of his works to be printed in the .


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Pade's study is a substantial contribution to the study of fifteenth-century Italian humanism. The transcriptions and indices of her second volume also provide resource for other scholars. The book is beautifully produced and generously illustrated.- Julia Haig Gaisser, Renaissance Quarterly, spring Cited by: A Fifteenth Century Italian Plutarch.

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Simon Gilson and Catherine Keen, Leeds,67 –82Cited by: 1. Pade’s elegant and richly illustrated book sets out to explore the revival of Plutarch’s Parallel Lives in the Italian Renaissance by examining the various translations produced in Italy during the first half of the fifteenth century and their diffusion in manuscripts and in printed books up to Author: Maude Vanhaelen.

Plutarch was a Greek biographer and author born in the 1st century CE whose works strongly influenced the evolution of the essay, the biography, and historical writing in Europe from the 16th to the 19th century. Translations of Plutarch influenced writers, including Montaigne, Shakespeare, and Goethe, and inspired leaders of the French Revolution.

Plutarch’s Lives were essential reading in the Italian Renaissance, especially for powerful men who wanted to emulate or be seen to emulate the great politicians and generals of antiquity. In this book Marianne Pade demonstrates the point by tracing and discussing the sixty-two Latin translations of Plutarch’s Lives made from to In the first volume she discusses each translation.

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+ 18 color pls. index. append. illus. bibl. $ ISBN: –87–––1. Plutarch’s Lives were essential reading in the Italian Renaissance, especially for. Full text of "Italian book illustrations, chiefly of the fifteenth century" ITALIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS Chiefly of the Fifteenth Ce?itury By ALFRED W.

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LIMITED, ESSEX STREET, STRAND NEW YORK. "'Neoclassical' scholarly-calligraphical" group: Vat. (Plutarch), copied in Constantinople by George Chrysococces (RGK 2,95; 3,) in CE. This neat and tidy script is reminiscent of the so-called Metochitesstil of the preceding century.

Chrysococces produced many copies of classical Greek texts for prominent patrons, among them the famous Italian humanist Francesco Filelfo. ven after illuminations in manuscripts of the fourteenth and fifteenth century] In Latin and French, illustrated book on silk Lyon, R.

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A manicule delicately links a marginal note to the main text in a fifteenth-century copy of Plutarch’s Six Lives. New York, Columbia University, Rare .Book Description: Founded in as the publication organ for the Fifteenth-Century Symposium, Fifteenth-Century Studies has appeared annually since then.

It publishes essays on all aspects of life in the fifteenth century, including literature, drama, history, philosophy, art, music, religion, science, and ritual and custom.Plutarch has books on Goodreads with ratings.

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