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Cultural Encounter and Identity in the Neo-Latin World
(Ed. by Camilla Horster & Marianne Pade), 2020. Edizioni Quasar

 

CONTENTS

Preface

Translatio studii: imitation and transformations of Italian humanist culture

S. De Beer: Conrad Celtis's Visions of Rome Relocation, Contestation and Imitation of the Italian Renaissance in German HUmanism

A. den Haan: Sources, pools and runnels: The humanist reception of the Ordinary Gloss and Lyra's Postils

M. Pade: Melanchthon and Tucydides: The reception of the Peloponnesian War in a Reformation contesxt

T. Arlund Hass: Paying your Part: Bucolic Traditions and Positions in Hans Lauridsen Amerinus's Ecloga de pacis foedere (1573)

P. S. T. Styve: Renaissance Images of Multiple Temporalities

L. M. Andersen Funder: Meeting expectations and revealing aspirations: Ole Worm and the emergent genre of museums catalogues

 

Teaching and development of Humanist latin

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

M. Fink-Jensen: Education, Humanism, and the Reformation in Denmark

J. Ramminger: The Latin of the German Reformation and the Heritage of Quattrocento Humanism

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

 

Competing Nations

M. Laureys: Assessing the influence of Biondo Flavio's historical geography: the case of the Low Countries

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

P. Zeeberg: Collections of Latin inscriptions from the milieu around Henrich Rantzau

O. Merisalo: Urbes antiquissimae: Renaissance influences in descriptions of towns and cities of seventeeth-eighteenth-century Magnus Ducatus Finlandiee

Index

Contributors