Fourteenth Annual Margaret Mann Phillips Lecture: Of Mice and Men: Aelurus Colocci's Invectives Against Erasmus

in Erasmus Studies
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Abstract

An unusual view of Erasmus comes from sixteenth-century Rome, in a series of poems that portray the sage of Rotterdam through the eyes of Aelurus, the beloved cat of Angelo Colocci (1474–1548), humanist, socialite, book collector, antiquarian, and undisputed expert on the length of the ancient Roman foot.

Fourteenth Annual Margaret Mann Phillips Lecture: Of Mice and Men: Aelurus Colocci's Invectives Against Erasmus

in Erasmus Studies

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