Humanistica Lovaniensia, Volume LXII – 2013

Journal of Neo-Latin Studies

Edited by Dirk Sacré, Gilbert Tournoy, Monique Mund Dopchie, Jan Papy, and Lambert Isebaert

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Journal - print

Leading journal in the field of Renaissance and modern Latin. As well as presenting articles on Neo-Latin topics, the annual journal ‘Humanistica Lovaniensia’ is a major source for critical editions of Neo-Latin texts with translations and commentaries. Its systematic bibliography of Neo-Latin studies (Instrumentum bibliographicum Neolatinum), accompanied by critical notes, is the standard annual bibliography of publications in the field. The journal is fully indexed (names, mss., Neo-Latin neologisms).

CONSPECTUS RERUM

Seventh Annual Jozef IJsewijn Lecture

— George Hugo Tucker, From Rags to Riches: the Early Modern Cento Form

1. Textus et studia
— Ià±igo Ruiz Arzalluz, Petrarca y las primeras ediciones
de Terencio

— Jeroen Lauwers, Expository Moralism in Leonardo
Bruni's Cicero Novus

— Wlodzimierz Olszaniec, Maxime omnium ligitime
amavit Socrates. Marsilio Ficino e i riferimenti all'omosessualità
nei Dialoghi di Platone

— Han Lamers, Manilius Cabacius Rhallus of Sparta
(ca. 1447-ca. 1523): A Study of his Life and Work with
an Editio Minor of his Latin Poetry

— Jean Braybrook, The Miraculous Powers of the Poet:
Quinziano Stoa's Orpheos libri tres

— Demmy Verbeke, Maarten van Dorp (1485-1525) and
the Teaching of Logic at the University of Leuven

— Olivier Pédeflous -; Gilbert Tournoy, Juan Luis Vives
and his dialogue Sapiens

— Alla Brzozowska, Erasmi Vitelli, Episcopi Plocensis
et Oratoris Regis Poloniae, Litterae binae ad Bernardinum
Clesium nunc primum editae

— José María Maestre Maestre, Nota de crítica textual
a la Linguae Latinae Exercitatio de Juan Luis Vives:
¿codex excerptorius o codex exceptorius?

— Sandra I. Ramos Maldonado, Plinio y Erasmo: a
propósito de la carta-prólogo de la edición frobeniana
de la Naturalis Historia (Basileae, 1525)

— Carolin Ritter, Plinius für Musterschüler. Anweisungen
zum Selbststudium in Jacob Micyllus' (1503-1558)
Brief an Johann Fichard: Interpretation und Kommentar

— Beatriz Antón, Emblema ex Aesopica fabula. A propósito
del emblema Eízav nik¬n, sive victrix animi
aequitas, de Hadrianus Junius

— Dirk Sacré, New Light on the Roman Professor and
Neo-Latin Poet Henricus Chifellius (1583-1657) (with
unnoticed poems of Justus Rycquius and Maxaemilianus
Vrientius)

— Sigmund Méndez, La representación secundum naturam
y el ingenium como faculdad inventiva en la Graphice
de Johannes Schefferus

— Tim Denecker, Joannes Lucas SJ, De monumentis
publicis Latine inscribendis oratio (Paris, 1677): Introduction,
Analysis of Assumptions about Language, and
Annotated Edition

— Niek Janssen, 'Absona musis': Giovanni Pascoli's
Ecloga XI sive ovis peculiaris as an Apology


2. Instrumentum criticum
— Dirk Sacré, Ambrosii Novidii Fracci (c. 1480 - c. 1550)
hendecasyllabi cuiusmodi sint

— Romain Jalabert, Une réédition de vers latins de
Rimbaud en juin 1870


3. Instrumentum bibliographicum Neolatinum

4. Instrumentum lexicographicum

5. Indices

— Index codicum manuscriptorum
— Index nominum

Format: Journal - print

Size: 229 × 152 × 40 mm

732 pages

ISBN: 9789058679611

Publication: December 17, 2013

Series: Humanistica Lovaniensia. Journal of Neo-Latin Studies 62

Languages: English | French | German | Italian | Latin | Spanish

Stock item number: 83785

Dirk Sacré is professor of Latin and Neo-Latin at KU Leuven.
Gilbert Tournoy is emeritus professor of Classical, Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin at KU Leuven.
Jan Papy is research professor of Neo-Latin Literature and Renaissance Humanism at KU Leuven.
Lambert Isebaert is professor of Latin and Linguistics at the Université catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve).
Monique Mund-Dopchie is emeritus professor of Ancient Greek literature and History of Humanism at the Université Catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve).