Cultural Encounter and Identity in the Neo-Latin World - a cura di Camilla Horster, Marianne Pade (Analecta Romana Instituti Danici. Supplementum, 54)


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    A cura di: Camilla Horster, Marianne Pade
    Anno edizione: 2020
    Collana: Analecta Romana Instituti Danici. Supplementum, 54

    Materie: Filologia, Storia
    Formato: 21x29,7
    Pagine: 264



    Translatio studii: imitation and transformations of Italian humanist culture

    Susanna De Beer, Conrad Celtis’s Visions of Rome Relocation, Contestation and Imitation of the Italian Renaissance in German Humanism

    Annet den Haan, Sources, pools and runnels: The humanist reception of the Ordinary Gloss and Lyra’s Postils

    Marianne Pade, Melanchthon and Thucydides: The reception of the Peloponnesian War in a Reformation context

    Trine Arlund Hass, Playing your Part: Bucolic Traditions and Positions in Hans Lauridsen Amerinus’s Ecloga de pacis foedere (1573)

    Per Sigurd T. Styve, Renaissance Images of Multiple Temporalities

    Lærke Maria Andersen Funder, Meeting expectations and revealing aspirations: Ole Worm and the emergent genre of museum catalogues

    Teaching and development of Humanist Latin

    Clementina Marsico, Continuity and change in the Neo-Latin grammars of the European vernaculars (French, Castilian, German, and English)

    Morten Fink-Jensen, Education, Humanism, and the Reformation in Denmark

    Johann Ramminger, The Latin of the German Reformation and the Heritage of Quattrocento Humanism

    Camilla Plesner Horster, Humanist Latin for a new purpose: The indication of indirect discourse from Italy to Denmark

    Competing Nations

    Marc Laureys, Assessing the influence of Biondo Flavio’s historical geography: the case of the Low Countries

    Karen Skovgaard-Petersen, Stephanius’s Notæ uberiores in Historiam Danicam Saxonis Grammatici (1645): a humanist commentary on a medieval history of Denmark

    Peter Zeeberg, Collections of Latin inscriptions from the milieu around Henrich Rantzau

    Outi Merisalo, Urbes antiquissimae: Renaissance influences in descriptions of towns and cities of seventeenth-eighteenth-century Magnus Ducatus Finlandiae