3 edition of Fifteenth-century Latin translations of Lucian"s essay on slander found in the catalog.
|Series||Studia erudita -- 1|
|LC Classifications||PA4236 .D45 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||390 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||390|
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Fifteenth-century Latin translations of Lucian's essay on slander Author: Deligiannis, Ioannis Awarding Body: University of Cambridge Current Institution: University of Cambridge Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. Επίκουρος Καθηγητής Λατινικής Φιλολογίας του Δημοκριτείου Πανεπιστημίου Θράκης.
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Paul Botley 1 International Journal of the Classical Tradition vol pages – () Cite this article. History and reception of classical Greek and Latin texts in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, esp. Latin translations of Greek texts 3.
Greek and Latin Palaeography – Codicology and Textual Criticism 4. PUBLICATIONS BOOKS 1. Deligiannis, Fifteenth -Century Latin Translations of Lucian’s Essay on Slander, Pisa – Roma. Joannis Deligiannis, Fifteenth-Century Latin Translations of Lucian’s Essay on Slander, Studia Erudita I (Pisa & Rome: Gruppo Editoriale Internazionale, ), pp.
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The book Fifteenth-century Latin translations of Lucians essay on slander book on a single, short, work, Lucian's De Calumnia. Lucian's work was widely read in Quattrocento Italy, and this essay on slander was among the most popular.
There were at least seven extant Latin translations. Review of Ioannis Deligiannis, Fifteenth-Century Latin Translations of Lucian’s Essay On Slander.
A list of works by Lucian of Samosata (c. AD – after AD ), who wrote in Ancient Greek. The order of the works is that of the Oxford Classical Texts edition. The English titles are taken from Loeb (alternative translations are sometimes given in brackets).
The traditional Latin titles have also been given. Some of the works are probably not by Lucian. Those whose attribution is almost. See a quasi diplomatic edition of Lucian’s De calumnia (the text shown in Wilson’s illustration from ms.
), provided by the reviewer in his Fifteenth-century Latin translations of Lucian’s essay on Slander, Pisa-Roma,pp. and details on this manuscript, pp. Fifteenth-Century Latin Translations of Lucian's Essay on Slander: Studia Erudita 1 Pisa and Rome: Gruppo Editoriale Internazionale, Pp.
About eighty short works by Lucian of Samosata were known in the Renaissance, enough to take up eight volumes in. Step-by-step solutions to millions of textbook and homework questions. - Slader. Joannis Deligiannis, Fifteenth-Century Latin Translations of Lucian’s Essay on Slander, Pisa and Rome, International Journal of the Classical Tradition,pp.
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Deux pamphlets théologiques anonymes publiés avec les pièces catholiques de la controverse. Fifteenth-century Latin translations of Lucian’s essay on Slander, Pisa-Roma,pp. and 5. The authors should also check the attribution of the Latin translation of Lucian’s Muscae encomium to Guarino (p.
Mastering Latin and learning Greek in the Italian Renaissance is the subject of Wilson's essay. He explores the difficulties that Italian scholars needed to copewith and how they accommodated these needs; special reference is made to the appointment of M.
Chrysoloras as a teacher of Greek in Florence in the late fourteenth century. Ioannis Deligiannis, Fifteenth-Century Latin Translations of Lucian’s Essay on Slander, Studia Erudita I (Pisa and Rome: Gruppo Editoriale Internazionale, ), pp. Paul Botley Pages BookReview.
Cambridge Core - Renaissance and Early Modern Literature - A Guide to Neo-Latin Literature - edited by Victoria Moul. Lucian of Samosata (c.
– after ) was an Assyrian satirist and rhetorician who is best known for his characteristic tongue-in-cheek style, with which he frequently ridiculed superstition, religious practices, and belief in the paranormal.
Although his native language was probably Syriac, all of his extant works are written entirely in Ancient Greek (mostly in the Attic Greek popular. Joseph Brodsky and Ágnes Lehóczky. Author: Silvia Panicieri; Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This thoroughly researched overview on one of the most absorbing literary phenomena of recent decades—the trespassing of cultural and linguistic borders—departs from the canonical point of view.
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InThomas More undertook with Erasmus to translate selected works of Lucian into Latin. Although More was likely more widely known in his lifetime as a translator of Lucian than as the author of Utopia (Branham ), his translations of Lucian’s Cynic, Menippus, Lover of Lies, and Tyrant-Killer remain understudied.
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Jerome, revisions and translations.By a careful com- parison of three versions: Guarini's Latin, Alberti's Latin and Alberti's Italian translations, and of these three with Lucian's original Greek, Forster established that Alberti certainly had Guarini's translation before him when he wrote his book.
In fact, Guarini's translation from the Greek was not literal, and certain.A list of works by Lucian of Samosata (c.
AD – after AD ), who wrote in Ancient Greek. The order of the works is that of the Oxford Classical Texts edition. The English titles are taken from Loeb (alternative translations are sometimes given in brackets). The traditional Latin titles have also been given. Some of the works are probably not by Lucian.