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Neo-Latin Commentaries and the Management of Knowledge, 1400–1700)
This book sheds light on the various ways in which classical authors and the Bible were commented on by neo-Latin writers between 1400 and 1700.
The Early Modern Cultures of Neo-Latin Drama
The essays in this collection all illustrate the vitality of Neo-Latin drama in early modern Europe, arising from its productive combination of classical models with deep-rooted vernacular traditions.
Scottish Latin Authors in Print up to 1700
A Short-Title List
The first-ever bibliography of Scottish Latin authors in print.
Ad fines imperii Romani anno bismillesimo cladis Varianae
Acta conventus Academiae Latinitati Fovendae XII Ratisbonensis
The Neo-Latin Epigram
A Learned and Witty Genre
The epigram is certainly one of the most intriguing, while at the same time most elusive, genres of Neo-Latin literature. From the end of the fifteenth century, almost every humanist writer who regarded himself a true "poeta" had composed a...
Essays on Neo-Latin Literature in Honour of Monique Mund-Dopchie and Gilbert Tournoy
This collective volume has been dedicated to two distinguished scholars of Neo-Latin Studies. Both the rich variety of subjects dealt with and the international diversity of the contributors reflect the wide interests of the celebrated Neo-Latinists...
Spanish Humanism on the Verge of the Picaresque
Juan Maldonado's "Ludus Chartarum," "Pastor Bonus," and "Bacchanalia"
Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia, Vol. 24 The sixteenth-century humanist Juan Maldonado (c. 1485–1554), in his Latin essays, foreshadows the Spanish picaresque. Maldonado's Pastor Bonus, a lengthy open letter to a bishop, reviews in a vivid and...
"Cui dono lepidum novum libellum?"
Dedicating Latin Works and Motets in the Sixteenth Century
This book presents an interdisciplinary study of the nature of the sixteenth-century dedication that will appeal to not only Neo-Latinists and musicologists but also historians of the book and philologists.