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Opus epistolarum des. erasmi roterodami, vol. 2: denuo recognitum et auctum; 1514-1517 (classic repri - Works of Teofilo Folengo (1491-1544)



Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  6 (1822) 396-469.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Read before the Academy Sept 13, 1816.  André de Longjumeau, 6 (1822) 443ff.  Not much on geography.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 335-438.  Roba AS 162 P318.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Recherches sur la ville de Kara-Korum avec des éclaircissements sur plusieurs points obscurs de la géographie de la Tartarie dans le moyen âge.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 234-291.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Critique of Deguignes.

3. Comparison of glosses from the 1517 Paganini and the 1520 Arrivabene: A painstaking work of questionable utility: the 1517 and 1520 Glosses of Baldus compared and translated into English : 

The greatly expanded second edition is known as the Toscolana, for the town in Northern Italy where Paganini had his press. There are many more prefatory pieces (see list below), and the Baldus is now twice as long (12,668 hexameters). 51 woodcut prints illustrate the story nicely. Additionally there many more eclogues, a mock-epic between flies and ants, a list of errors corrected, a table of contents, a sonnet, and more. Each page is packed: there are 37 lines per page on a smaller area of print than the 1517 edition. About 100 copies of this edition are still in existence today. Some of these also feature a dialogue about the poet and letters from him to and from the editor.

Other editions containing works of Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus. Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami, Vol. 1: 1484–1514. Ed. P. S. Allen (1906)

Other editions containing works of Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus. Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami, Vol. 1: 1484–1514. Ed. P. S. Allen (1906)

Find great deals for Opus Epistolarum des Erasmi Roterodami, 1532-1534 Vol. X by Desiderius Erasmus (1992, Hardcover). Shop with confidence on eBay!

Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus ( / ˌ d ɛ z ɪ ˈ d ɪər i ə s ɪ ˈ r æ z m ə s / ; 28 October 1466 [1] [2] – 12 July 1536), known as Erasmus or Erasmus of Rotterdam , [note 1] was a Dutch Renaissance humanist , Catholic priest, social critic , teacher, and theologian .

Erasmus died suddenly in Basel in 1536 while preparing to return to Brabant , and was buried in Basel Minster , the former cathedral of the city. [6] A bronze statue of Erasmus was erected in 1622 in his city of birth, replacing an earlier work in stone.

Desiderius Erasmus is reported to have been born in Rotterdam on 28 October in the late 1460s. [1] [7] He was named after Saint Erasmus of Formiae , whom Erasmus's father Gerard personally favored. [8] A 17th-century legend has it that Erasmus was first named Geert Geerts (also Gerhard Gerhards or Gerrit Gerritsz), [9] but this is unfounded. [10] He was born in Rotterdam, but there are insufficient records to confirm that [ citation needed ] . A well-known wooden picture indicates: Goudæ conceptus, Roterodami natus (Latin: conceived in Gouda , born in Rotterdam). According to an article by historian Renier Snooy (1478–1537), Erasmus was born in Gouda.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  6 (1822) 396-469.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Read before the Academy Sept 13, 1816.  André de Longjumeau, 6 (1822) 443ff.  Not much on geography.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 335-438.  Roba AS 162 P318.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Recherches sur la ville de Kara-Korum avec des éclaircissements sur plusieurs points obscurs de la géographie de la Tartarie dans le moyen âge.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 234-291.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Critique of Deguignes.

3. Comparison of glosses from the 1517 Paganini and the 1520 Arrivabene: A painstaking work of questionable utility: the 1517 and 1520 Glosses of Baldus compared and translated into English : 

The greatly expanded second edition is known as the Toscolana, for the town in Northern Italy where Paganini had his press. There are many more prefatory pieces (see list below), and the Baldus is now twice as long (12,668 hexameters). 51 woodcut prints illustrate the story nicely. Additionally there many more eclogues, a mock-epic between flies and ants, a list of errors corrected, a table of contents, a sonnet, and more. Each page is packed: there are 37 lines per page on a smaller area of print than the 1517 edition. About 100 copies of this edition are still in existence today. Some of these also feature a dialogue about the poet and letters from him to and from the editor.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  6 (1822) 396-469.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Read before the Academy Sept 13, 1816.  André de Longjumeau, 6 (1822) 443ff.  Not much on geography.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 335-438.  Roba AS 162 P318.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Recherches sur la ville de Kara-Korum avec des éclaircissements sur plusieurs points obscurs de la géographie de la Tartarie dans le moyen âge.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 234-291.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Critique of Deguignes.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  6 (1822) 396-469.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Read before the Academy Sept 13, 1816.  André de Longjumeau, 6 (1822) 443ff.  Not much on geography.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Mémoires sur les relations politiques des princes chrétiens, et particulièrement des rois de France, avec les empereurs Mongols.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 335-438.  Roba AS 162 P318.

Abel-Rémusat, Jean-Pierre.  «Recherches sur la ville de Kara-Korum avec des éclaircissements sur plusieurs points obscurs de la géographie de la Tartarie dans le moyen âge.»  M é moires de l’Acad é mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres .  7,2 (1824) 234-291.  Roba AS 162 P318.  Critique of Deguignes.

3. Comparison of glosses from the 1517 Paganini and the 1520 Arrivabene: A painstaking work of questionable utility: the 1517 and 1520 Glosses of Baldus compared and translated into English : 

The greatly expanded second edition is known as the Toscolana, for the town in Northern Italy where Paganini had his press. There are many more prefatory pieces (see list below), and the Baldus is now twice as long (12,668 hexameters). 51 woodcut prints illustrate the story nicely. Additionally there many more eclogues, a mock-epic between flies and ants, a list of errors corrected, a table of contents, a sonnet, and more. Each page is packed: there are 37 lines per page on a smaller area of print than the 1517 edition. About 100 copies of this edition are still in existence today. Some of these also feature a dialogue about the poet and letters from him to and from the editor.

Other editions containing works of Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus. Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami, Vol. 1: 1484–1514. Ed. P. S. Allen (1906)

Other editions containing works of Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus. Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami, Vol. 1: 1484–1514. Ed. P. S. Allen (1906)

Find great deals for Opus Epistolarum des Erasmi Roterodami, 1532-1534 Vol. X by Desiderius Erasmus (1992, Hardcover). Shop with confidence on eBay!


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