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Hankins, James The Platonic Theology is the philosophical masterpiece of Marsilio Ficino, the Florentine scholar-philosopher-magus who was largely responsible for the Renaissance revival of Plato. He was committed to reconciling Platonism with Christianity, in the hope that such a reconciliation would initiate a spiritual revival and return of the golden age. This book is one of the keys to understanding the art, thought, culture, and spirituality of the Renaissance.
Valla was the most important theorist of the humanist movement. It appears here in a new translation with introduction and notes by G. Bowersock, based on the critical text of Wolfram Setz. Valla — was the leading theorist of the Renaissance humanist movement. This volume provides a new translation with introduction and notes by Bowersock. Folengo was a native of Mantua and a member of the Benedictine order, later to become a runaway monk and satirist. Blending Latin and various Italian dialects in a deliberately droll manner, Baldo follows a sort of French royal juvenile delinquent through imprisonment, fantastical adventures, and a journey to the underworld.
This edition provides the first English translation of this hilarious send-up of the ancient epic and Renaissance chivalric romance traditions. Ciceronian Controversies DellaNeva, JoAnn Duvick, Brian The main literary dispute of the Renaissance pitted those Neo-Latin writers favoring Cicero alone as the apotheosis of Latin prose against those following an eclectic array of literary models.
This Ciceronian controversy pervades the texts and letters collected for the first time in this volume. Addressing some of the most fundamental aspects of literary production, these quarrels shed light on similar debates about vernacular literature concerning imitation and the role of the author. Leonardo Bruni was the best-selling author of the fifteenth century.
His History of the Florentine People is generally considered the first modern work of history. This third volume concludes the edition, the first to make the work available in English translation. Pietro Bembo , a Venetian nobleman, later a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, was the most celebrated Latin stylist of his day and was widely admired for his writings in Italian as well.
This edition, in a projected three volumes, makes it available for the first time in English translation. The diaries of Pius II give us an intimate glimpse of the life and thought of one of the greatest of the Renaissance popes. Commentaries, the only autobiography ever written by a pope, was composed in elegant humanistic Latin modeled on Caesar and Cicero. Peter down to his own time. The work critically synthesized a wide range of sources and became the standard reference work on papal history for early modern Europe.
This edition contains the first complete translation into English and an improved Latin text.
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This volume collects works from throughout his career that show his acquaintance with recently rediscovered ancient writers, and the influence of fellow humanists such as Marsilio Ficino, Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini Pope Pius II , and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola. Bembo — , a Venetian nobleman, later a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, was the most celebrated Latin stylist of his day and was widely admired for his writings in Italian as well.
Nicholas of Cusa — , a polymath who studied canon law and became a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, was widely considered the most important original philosopher of the Renaissance. He wrote principally on speculative theology, philosophy, and church politics. Marsilio Ficino — , the Florentine scholar-philosopher-magus, was largely responsible for the Renaissance revival of Plato. Cristoforo Landino — was one of the great scholar-poets of the Renaissance.
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His most substantial work of poetry was his Three Books on Xandra. Also included in this volume is the Carmina Varia, a collection whose centerpiece is a group of elegies directed to the Venetian humanist Bernardo Bembo. Folengo — was born in Mantua and joined the Benedictine order, but became a runaway monk and a satirist of monasticism. In he published, under the pseudonym Merlin Cocaio, the first version of his macaronic narrative poem Baldo.
This edition provides the first English translation of this hilarious send-up of ancient epic and Renaissance chivalric romance.
The History of Venice was published after his death, in Latin and in his own Italian version. This edition, completed by this third volume, makes it available for the first time in English translation. Jacopo Sannazaro — is most famous for having written, in Italian, the first pastoral romance in European literature, the Arcadia But after this early work, Sannazaro devoted himself entirely to Latin poetry modeled on his beloved Vergil. It was Leo who commissioned his famous epic, the Christiad, a retelling of the life of Christ in the style of Vergil, which was eventually published in This translation, accompanied by extensive notes, is based on a new edition of the Latin text.
This is the first critical edition and the first translation into any language. Odes Filelfo, Francesco Robin, Diana Francesco Filelfo — , one of the great scholar-poets of the Italian Renaissance, was the principal humanist working in Lombardy in the middle of the Quattrocento and served as court poet to the Visconti and Sforza dukes of Milan.
His Odes, completed in the mids, constitute the first complete cycle of Horatian odes since classical antiquity and are a major literary achievement. This volume is the first publication of the Latin text since the fifteenth century and the first translation into English. Holford-Strevens, Leofranc Sacred Painting. Humanist Tragedies Grund, Gary R. This first English translation includes the famous letter about the discovery on the Via Appia of the perfectly preserved body of a Roman girl.
The work gives a panoramic view of European poetry in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century, concentrating above all on Italy. Nauta, Lodi In Dialectical Disputations, translated here for the first time into any modern language, Lorenzo Valla provided a stylistically correct and rhetorically elegant logic for use by lawyers, preachers, and statesmen in public debate—a logic that could dispense with the technical language of the scholastics.
His Dialogues are our best source for the humanist academy of Naples which Pontano led for several decades. Later poets imitated him in vernacular love poetry, especially Ronsard. All of these works appear in English translation for the first time. This volume contains the first complete edition of the Latin text and the first complete translation into any modern language.
The work discusses literary style and whether the vernacular could surpass Latin as a vehicle for literary expression. This volume includes a fresh edition of the Latin text and the first translation into English. Editorial team. Marsilio Ficino , M. Allen , J.
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