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Cover illustration: Alciati Andrea, Omnia [...] Emblemata: Cum commentariis, ed. Claude Mignault (Antwerp, Christoph Plantin: 1581) [copy: BSB Munich, 037/Kst 32], p. 455, detail. The ornamental frame used as background comes from Morata Olimpia Fulvia, Opera omnia cum eruditorum testimonijs (Basel, Pietro Perna: 1580) [copy: BSB Munich, Opp. 102], fol. *8v. The engraving shows the image of the sorrowful Italy (r.) with the cartouche ʽSpoliata ingemisco (Plundered I sigh)ʼ, and Germany (l.) in triumph, with the inscription ʽOrnata insurgo (Decorated I rise)ʼ. It illustrates therefore, in nuce, the theme of our volume and shows that there were already germs of a theory about the effects of migration in early modern times close to a translatio studiorum: through the afflux of migrating heterodox Italians, Germany´s intellectual power is increasing.

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Fruits of Migration

Heterodox Italian Migrants and Central European Culture 1550-1620


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