Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Vindobonensis

Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Vienna 2015)

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Since 1971, the International Congress for Neo-Latin Studies has been organised every three years in various cities of Europe and North America. In August 2015, Vienna in Austria was the venue of the sixteenth Neo-Latin conference, held by the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies. The proceedings of the Vienna conference have been collected in this volume under the motto “ Contextus Neolatini – Neo-Latin in Local, Trans-Regional and Worldwide Contexts – Neulatein im lokalen, transregionalen und weltweiten Kontext”. Sixty-five individual and five plenary papers spanning the period from the Renaissance to the present offer a variety of themes covering a range of genres such as history, literature, philology, art history, and religion. The contributions will be of relevance not only for scholarly readers, but also for an interested non-professional audience.
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Biographical Note

Astrid Steiner-Weber has been a research associate in various Greek and Neo-Latin projects. She is production editor of the Neulateinisches Jahrbuch as well as editor of several volumes of the series Noctes Neolatinae. She is also Chair of Publications of the IANLS.

Franz Römer has been on the academic staff of the University of Vienna since 1968 (professor of Classics 1978). He was Second Vice-President of the IANLS 2012–15. His special interests comprise Roman literature of the Early Empire, textual transmission and Neo-Latin.

Table of contents

XVIth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies Programme Presidential AddressCraig Kallendorf List of Figures and Tableslvi

Plenary Papers

1 Das erstaunliche Petrus-Epos des Antonio MirabelliLudwig Braun 2 Non tenentes caput …: Fe, razón y monstruos en Pedro de Valencia (1555–1620) y Francisco de Goya (1746–1828)Avelina Carrera-de la Red 3 Why was it Necessary for Neo-Latin Authors to Coin New Words?Hans Helander 4 Écriture et réseau : la dimension sociale et collective de la composition poétique chez Jean Second et ses frèresVirginie Leroux 5 I poeti di Federico da MontefeltroFabio Stok

Communications

6 El Compendium (o Summa) de las Constituciones de Cataluña de Narcís de Sant DionísDaniel Álvarez Gómez 7 Ein Flüssekonzil zu Ehren Kaiser Maximilians II. Das Carmen Danubius des Augustinus EucaediusJohannes Amann-Bubenik 8 Exégèse antiquaire et critique sociale chez Émeric CrucéValéry Berlincourt 9 The Certamen poeticum Hoeufftianum and the Second Anglo-Boer War (1899–1902)Xavier van Binnebeke 10 Early Quakers and the Uses of Latin, 1655–1700Sylvia Brown 11 Editing Colocci’s Collection of Epigrams and a Few Issues in Textual CriticismNadia Cannata 12 Joan Estelrich and the Reception of Vives in Inter-war EuropeSílvia Coll-Vinent and Alejandro Coroleu 13 Neo-Latin Lexicography in the Shadow of the CatholiconJohn Considine 14 Il sistema dei personaggi nei Dialoghi del PontanoClaudia Corfiati 15 Structure of the Vocabulary in Macaronic Latin: A Digital ApproachŠime Demo 16 Prime note sulla struttura del Liber tertius di Marcantonio FlaminioValeria Di Iasio 17 Et pariet modulos nepotes: A University Background and an Agonistic Context for Marvell’s Latin Epigram “Upon an Eunuch. A Poet”Robert Dulgarian 18 Law, Pedagogy, and History in Thomas Watson’s Compendium memoriae localisRoger S. Fisher 19 Mimetische Briefe. Eine Sondergestaltung neulateinischer HeroidenbriefeThomas Gärtner 20 Angelo Colocci as a Collector of EpigramsMaia Wellington Gahtan 21 Text and Context in Giovanni Vespucci’s Preface to his School Translation of Sallust’s Catiline (1490)Gerard González Germain 22 Estilemas narrativos en la Tertia Quinquagena de Antonio de Nebrija (Alcalá: Brocar, 1516)Felipe González-Vega 23 Petite fabrique d’adages modernes chez Érasme : réflexions sur la créativité érasmienneLika Gordeziani 24 Latin and Vernaculars in Early Modern ScotlandRoger Green 25 Eine Kunstübung in der Auslaufphase. Das Verfassen lateinischer Texte in österreichischen Gymnasien unter der Regierung Kaiser Franz I.Klaus Heydemann 26 The Poets as Philosophers of Practical Action: Sophocles and Ovid in Niels Hemmingsen’s De lege naturae apodictica methodusEric J. Hutchinson 27 Territorio, poesia ed erudizione nel De hortis Hesperidum di Giovanni PontanoAntonietta Iacono 28 Jesuit School Plays from Provincia Bohemia SJ Written for Grammar ClassesMagdaléna Jacková 29 Das lateinisch‐deutsche Inschriftenprogramm in der evangelischen Dorfkirche von Hülsede (1577)Katharina Kagerer 30 Commentaries, Censorship, and Printed Books: Neo-Latin in a Transnational WorldCraig Kallendorf 31 The Eight Criteria of Evil BooksSari Kivistö 32 Tradizione e fortuna del De re uxoria di Francesco Barbaro: censimento dei manoscrittiChiara Kravina 33 A Catalogue of Learned Women in the Latin Schoolroom Letters of Mary Stuart, Queen of ScotsAnne-Marie Lewis 34 Philosophy and Theology not in a Burlesque Mode – The Pantheisticon of John TolandWalther Ludwig 35 Jean Bodin et l’éloge de la superstitionEric MacPhail 36 ¿Leyó Miguel de Cervantes a Baptista Mantuano?Mariano Madrid Castro† 37 Some Reasons to Study Quotations, References and Allusions in Neo-Latin School Drama: Examples from the King’s School, CanterburyAleksi Mäkilähde 38 El origen del ensayo a partir del comentario a los autores: el caso de Jodoco Badio Ascensio y sus comentarios familiares al Ars horacianoAlejandro Martínez Sobrino 39 Il Carmen in Divam Hippolitam et Alphonsum Brutiorum ducem di Elisio CalenzioMichele Mongelli 40 Vernacular Instances in Paulus Ritter’s Latin Verse EpistlesVioleta Moretti 41 De duobus varii generis libris Latino sermone conscriptis, quibus Ioannes Conradus Schwartz ineunte saeculo XVIII° plagium quodcumque litterarium reprehendit et condemnavitCarolus Augustus Neuhausen† 42 Johannes Magnus’ Historia de omnibus Gothorum Sueonumque regibus and Gostagus the TyrantAstrid M. H. Nilsson 43 Minerva en Hispania: elogio de la ciencia española en el contexto de Europa en el tratado de Rodrigo Caro sobre los antiguos dioses (1628–1641)Joaquín Pascual Barea 44 Prognostic Fame and Didactic Use: Jesuit Emblem Books as Mirrors of PrincesChristian Peters 45 El conocimiento y el bien moral en las Institutiones theologicae de Francisco Xavier AlegreCarolina Ponce Hernández 46 Zurück zu den Quellen: Gregor von Tours als Autorität für die französische Historiographie um 1500Maike Priesterjahn 47 A Sojourner in Florence: Neoplatonic Themes in the Hymni naturales of MarullusValery Rees 48 Pontano le ‛elezioniʼ e i pronostici annuali: tra astrologia dotta e astrologia ‛popolareʼMichele Rinaldi 49 El latín de la Medicina humanística y la barbarie médica: claves lingüísticas de un enfrentamiento parcialMaría Teresa Santamaría Hernández 50 Un modelo neolatino de la literatura cinegética: Alcon sive de cura canum venaticorumMaría de Lourdes Santiago Martínez 51 Der verschwundene Aeneas in Székelys Aeneas Habspurgus (1695)Florian Schaffenrath 52 William Harveys Exercitatio anatomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus im Diskussionsfeld der zeitgenössischen KritikBruno Schneeweiss 53 Podagra, (un)gelöst? Thomas Sydenhams englisch-lateinischer Spagat zwischen Gicht, Wassersucht und HysterieSonja Schreiner 54 Note sulla fortuna del Pontano nel SettecentoMargherita Sciancalepore 55 Paul Flemings Suavia: ein Meisterwerk der neulateinischen erotischen DichtungEva Miriam Simon 56 Fratres et Sorores Ganeae, Secta Cuspidea, Bibones et Comedones – a Reality of Humanist Court Circles in Sixteenth-Century Cracow or a Literary Convention?Anna Skolimowska 57 Valentin Ecchius: ex poeta vir politicusDaniel Škoviera 58 Humanist CosmographersCaroline Stark 59 De sermonibus Sancto Ladislao dedicatis, qui a natione Hungarica Universitatis Viennensis saeculo decimo septimo habiti suntLászló Szörényi 60 Searching for Equivalents: Exempla Latina in Szymon Birkowski’s Edition of De compositione verborumMikołaj Szymański 61 Ludwig Helmbold und die HumanistenodeNikolaus Thurn 62 Representaciones antitrinitarias de la historia eclesiástica: el caso de la Medulla historiae ecclesiasticae (ca. 1685) de Benedykt WiszowatyPablo Toribio 63 Die poetischen Stilmittel im lateinischen Œuvre Vasyl‘ DovhovyčsMyroslav Trofymuk sen. 64 Die neulateinischen Dichtungen von Ireneus FalkowskiMyroslav Trofymuk jun. 65 Das literarische Œuvre des Het’man der Ukraine Philipp Orlyk, eines weithin vergessenen Politikers und SchriftstellersOleksandra Trofymuk 66 Guerra, amore e poesia nell’epitalamio di Giovanni Tommaso Filocalo per Fabrizio Maramaldo e Porzia CantelmoSebastiano Valerio 67 La diferenciación de las traducciones latinas de la Política de AristótelesJuan J. Valverde Abril 68 Latin as a Variable Language: Livy’s Patauinitas through Early Modern EyesRaf Van Rooy 69 Pietro Paolo Palumbo’s Non Recedat Volumen (1573): Illustrated Elegiacs and Japanese ChristiansAkihiko Watanabe 70 Between the Universe and Universal Knowledge: Martinus Szent-Ivany’s Curiosiora et selectiora variarum scientiarum miscellanea (1689–1709)Svorad Zavarský Index nominum

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