Einige Bemerkungen zu Grotius' Lucan-Nachahmung

in Grotiana
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Abstract

Grotius' Latin poetry is typical for its manifold reminiscences of examples from Roman antiquity. His favourite Latin poets were Lucan, Manilius, Statius and Claudian. Especially the influence of the first-mentioned poet (whose work was also edited by Grotius with critical notes) is prominent. It is shown here by some examples from the Genealogia Nassaviorum (1601), the Silva in Annales Borrhii (1603) and other poems in what way Grotius made use of Lucan.

Einige Bemerkungen zu Grotius' Lucan-Nachahmung

in Grotiana

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