3 edition of Poggio Bracciolini and classicism found in the catalog.
Poggio Bracciolini and classicism
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian toimituksia,, nide 238 =, Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae. Ser. B ;, tom. 238, Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian toimituksia., nide 238.|
|LC Classifications||Q60 .H53 nide 238, PA8477.B76 .H53 nide 238|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||88132186|
(Gian Francesco) Poggio Bracciolini (Febru – Octo ) served as a papal secretary under seven popes, as a Florentine/Roman scholar, writer and an early recovered a great number of classical Latin manuscripts, mostly decaying and forgotten in German, Swiss, and French monastic libraries, including the only surviving copy of Lucretius's De rerum natura, and. The proceedings of the symposium have recently been published in a volume titled Poggio Bracciolini and the Re(Dis)covery of Antiquity: Textural and Material Traditions. Stephan Greenblatt, author of The Swerve: How the World Became Modern, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Nonfiction in and National Book Award for Nonfiction in
POGGIO BRACCIOLINI. Born at Terranova, in the territory of Florence, Studied Latin under John of Ravenna, and Greek under Manuel Chrysoloras. An able copyist, he was received into the service of the Roman curia about Here he served as secretary for a period of fifty years. Poggio acquired fame as a discoverer of classical manuscripts. POGGIO BRACCIOLINI. Poggio Bracciolini (born Febru , Terranuova, Tuscany [Italy]—died Octo , Florence) was one of the most influential humanists, active in Italy in the first half of the fifteenth century. He wrote a number of important treatises; and as a member of the Roman Curia under seven Popes, he travelled widely in Europe, even to England, and maintained a .
The Renaissance (ca. ) is often remembered for its revival of Classical literature. Modern books like The Swerve celebrate the Renaissance era book hunters such as Poggio Bracciolini, who travelled to hidden monasteries in search of Latin manuscripts of Virgil or Cicero, and uncovered lost works, such as Lucretius' De rerum natura. Classical Tradition and Humanist Innovation Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Please find details to our Contact Persons; Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter. III. Poggio Bracciolini and the Moral Debate. $ / 30,00 € / £ Get Access to Full Text. Citation.
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Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini, (born FebruTerranuova, Tuscany [Italy]—died OctoFlorence), Italian humanist and calligrapher, foremost among scholars of the early Renaissance as a rediscoverer of lost, forgotten, or neglected Classical Latin manuscripts in the monastic libraries of Europe.
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Cited by: 3. (Gian Francesco) Poggio Bracciolini (Febru - Octo ) was an extraordinary figure of the early Renaissance, belonging to the second generation of Italian humanists, who made it their life purpose to resurrect the knowledge of all the books of the Greco-Roman civilization left abandoned and buried during the Middle Ages/5(4).
Poggio Bracciolini and classicism. Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia: Distributor, Akateeminen Kirjakauppa, (OCoLC) Named Person: Poggio Bracciolini; Poggio Bracciolini; Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini; Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Iiro Kajanto.
De Varietate Fortunae. Bracciolini presents a facsimile reprint of an early edition of Poggio’s treatise on the vicissitudes of fortune, with a critical edition available in Merisalo Two books from this treatise are often printed alone.
Boriaud offers a critical edition of Book 1, which is of interest for its survey of Roman antiquities; Bracciolini covers the same ground.
'''Gian Francesco Poggio Bracciolini''' (11 February – 30 October ), best known simply as '''Poggio Bracciolini''', was an Italian scholar and an early humanist.
I n the winter of the papal secretary Poggio Bracciolini made a great discovery. In an abbey in Germany he came across a manuscript of a long-lost classical. Bracciolini, the personal secretary to seven popes, was part of the humanist impulse to take a second look at Classical writing, along with figures like Petrarch and Boccaccio.
He hunted for copies of ancient manuscripts in monastic libraries (especially. Stephen Greenblatt gave a talk on the hero of his recent book, Poggio Bracciolini, at the Jaipur Lit Festival By Angela Paljor. Express News Service. The Italian Humanist Poggio Bracciolini is important both for his rediscovery of classical texts and his design of a new script, later the model for the first printed books, with which to transcribe the material of these texts.
This conference will be concerned with all of Poggio Bracciolini’s activities. A reissue of the Columbia U. Press edition of the letters of Florentine humanist Poggius () to his friend de Niccolis regarding the rediscovery of lost classical texts. Translated (from the Latin) with notes by Phyllis Walter Goodhart Gordon.
Annotation copyrighted by Book 4/5(3). An Italian humanist and historian; born at Terranuova, near Arezzo, in ; died at Florence, 10 Oct., He studied at Florence and went to Rome about Boniface IX made him one of the Apostolic secretaries, which position he held under Innocent VII, Gregory XII, Alexander V, and John deposition of John XXIII and the delays of the Council of Constance afforded him leisure to.
Reviews the book "Lettere," vol. 1, "Lettere a NiccolÃ³ Niccoli," and vol. 2, "Epistolarum familiarium libri," by Poggio Bracciolini and edited by Helene Harth. A REFERENCE TO THE FACETIAE OF POGGIO BRACCIOLINI IN GABRIEL HARVEY'S AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR PA PP-HA TCHETT, AND MAR TIN MAR-PRELA TE.
Other publications on Poggio by the present author are: "Poggio Bracciolini and Classical Epigraphy," Arctos 19 (): ; "Fortune in the Works of Poggio Bracciolini," Arctos 20 (): ; (with Outi Merisalo) "The Edition of Poggio Bracciolini's De varietate.
Poggio Bracciolini has 52 books on Goodreads with ratings. Poggio Bracciolini’s most popular book is The Facetiae or Jocose Tales of Poggio, Volume 2. The Facetiae Or Jocose Tales of Poggio, Volume 1 The Facetiae Or Jocose Tales of Poggio, Poggio Bracciolini Volume 1 of The Facetiae: Or, Jocose Tales of Poggio ; Now First Translated Into English with the Latin Text, Poggio Bracciolini [Petite collection elzévirienne] Author: Poggio Bracciolini: Publisher: I.
Liseux, Original from. Poggio’s main interest throughout his lifetime was in the area of classical studies—including archaeology, architecture, coins, epigraphy, and statues, as well as manuscripts. The purpose of this information is to provide connections of Niccolo de' Niccoli to Poggio Bracciolini, and the alleged forgery of Tacitus and other works by the hand of Poggio, as is considered by Hochart and Ross, who wrote about the forgery in the 19th century CE as well as infomation which can be found within the Fomenko books.
THE LIFE OF POGGIO BRACCIOLINI. Liverpool: Printed by J. M'Creery for Cadell & Davies, London, First edition. 4to. (4), iv, pp. Engraved view on title page; with the half-title. Poggio (), an Italian scholar and humanist, "was responsible for rediscovering and recovering many classical Latin manuscripts, mostly decaying and forgotten in German, Swiss, and French monastic.
Author of The facetiae, or, Jocose tales of Poggio, Die facezien, Poggii Bracciolini florentini Dialogus an seni sit uxor ducenda, Die Facezien des Poggio Fiorentino, Poggii Florentini oratoris clarissimi ac sedis apo. secretarii operum, Contro l'ipocrisia (l frati ipocriti), Poggii historia Florentina nunc primum in lucem edita, Hus the Heretic.
Stephen Greenblatt's superb essay on the discovery of a lost classical epic makes great claims – and with good reason, writes Charles Nicholl scholar by the name of Poggio Bracciolini.
A.About Poggio Bracciolini: Pogius, rabula adeo indoctus ut etiam si vacaret obscoenitate, tamen indignus esset qui legeretur, adeo autem obscoenus ut eti 4/5(5).Poggio Bracciolini and Johannes Hus: A Hoax Hard to Kill.
Richard G. Salomon - - Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 19 (1/2) Poggio and Alberti.