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This index combines names and subjects. All references are to the page numbers. References to the literary texts presented in this volume are to the English translation. For names in the Latin texts, consult the Glossarial Index.

Abundance (goddess). See PlentyAchelous700Achilles137n, 225, 341, 375n46, 469 an Achilles (Eobanus)753Acron. See CreonActaeon241–243Actium, Battle of229Adam357nadder399See also snakeAdmetus, King642Adonis (mythical)261, 391, 688 (shepherd)359Adriatic, frogs of the445adynaton; adynata530, 736, 741Aega427n85Aegle347Aemilius, Georg32Aeneas225–227, 229n31, 233n39, 329n5, 337n12, 377n50, 469Aepolus421–429Aesculapius113n60, 123, 135, 137n, 375n46Aeson117Aesop21n60, 445n93Agamemnon225Aganippe643Agavus (Crotus)363n38, 449–459Agenor, King226n19Agenorides (Cadmus and Perseus)227ages of man10, 17, 65n, 67, 111, 521, 523Agnes of Hesse465n116Agricola, Georg189n2Agricola, Rudolph592Ajaxes, the225Albert of Prussia31nAlbrecht of Mansfeld, Count213Alcon of Crete375Alexander the Great125, 141, 178, 179n23, 195, 227Alexis (shepherd)331, 339, 355n29Alps275, 437Amalthea427Amor. See CupidAmphion, King229n30Amphitryon, son of (Hercules)469Amyntas375, 411, 425, 673analogies, pastoral655Anchises225, 251Andrelini, Fausto321, 639Andromeda226n19angel; angels123, 299anger65, 71, 117, 526, 529–530Annaberg6Anna of Mecklenburg335n, 393n62, 395n64, 397n68, 401nSee also GalateaAnsbach199n17Antiochus I Soter125, 139Antony, Mark141, 229Aon615Aonian maidens or sisters (Muses)182, 251, 253, 269, 345, 347, 377–379Aonian peak243, 245See also HeliconApelles (ancient)178, 179n23 (Dürer)177, 178, 179n23, 182, 183aphrodisiac95n49, 548–550, 724Apollo; Phoebus; Phoebus Apollo11, 17, 33, 63, 89, 97, 129, 135nn77–78, 147, 157, 189, 214n11, 221, 223, 225n12, 261, 345, 347, 381, 389, 421, 431, 441, 445, 447, 453, 457n105, 462n110, 469, 471, 481 greatest (Christ Apollo)361 laurel-wreathed189 lucrative17 my81 triune443n true (Christ Apollo)443 herdsman (Nomios)345, 642–643 inventor of medicine4, 519 leader and champion of the Muses4, 182, 469 patron of Eobanus4 patron of physicians139 patron of the Muses and physicians4, 21, 49, 155 Physician18, 131, 147, 578 physician and poet157 sun god223, 239, 399, 417, 429, 451 epigrams on135 grandsons of (Machaon and Podalirius)123, 135 invocation to751 priest of (Eobanus)237 soldiery of109 laurel sacred to747 swans sacred to89, 345 flays Marsyas377, 421n lies naked and freezing473 punishes Midas79n, 377See also ChristArab; Arabs123, 145Archigenes4Archimedes195n11, 491n139Argus (Eobanus)381–391 (mythical)205, 249, 596, 685Ariadne225n17, 233Arion229n29Aristotle28, 123, 231, 529, 685, 720Arnald of Villanova11, 37, 39 medical commentary attributed to11, 17Arthemisius. See Peypusarts. See liberal artsAsclepiades of Prusa113n61, 139Ascra, vales of457ash tree, shade of419, 713Asia Minor139Assaracus225astrology8–10, 143astronomy193, 195n11, 491 Muse of (Urania)151nAthens475, 493, 720, 785Atlas, daughter of (Maia)249Augsburg Confession463n111Augustinian Friars291nAugustus, Caesar7, 26, 145, 227, 464n112, 465Aulaeus, Christoph34, 37n89, 43Aurora451Ausonius321, 775Avicenna12, 145Bacchus (god)79n, 105, 107, 135, 223, 381 a second55 ivy sacred to747 (wine)73, 301Bach, Barthel168, 177, 187, 189, 195Baltic Sea399n69, 437, 475n128Bamberg237n45, 247n65barbarian; barbarians; barbarism11, 16, 37, 63, 85, 127, 155, 167, 437, 449, 471–479, 729, 765basilisk399Battus (Jonas)373–381, 670Baumgartner, Hieronymus22, 23n70, 26, 164, 167, 210, 214, 282, 312, 315n22, 488n, 489–499, 777Bebel, Heinrich599beech tree91, 361, 373, 397, 417, 431, 485, 665, 670, 693, 712Beham, Barthel175, 183–184Beham, Sebald183–184Berenices (plural)229Berigardo, Pietro578Beroaldo the Elder, Filippo730Bible; Holy Writ; Word of God119, 195, 495 as translated by Luther630–631See also Gospels; Old TestamentBiereye, Johannes19Bion391, 688Bischoff (Episcopius), Johann29, 543, 547, 557Blemyan cliff239Boccaccio, Giovanni321, 730Bohemia273n79Bohlenstube. See HolzstubeBöschenstein, Johann191Brassicanus, Johann Alexander173–176, 179–184, 315Braubach, Peter319Bretschneider. See PlacotomusBritain475Brosamer, Hans2, 317–318Bruitsma, Reinier40–42Brutus, M. Junius227n24bucolic repose, motif of647, 670, 683, 717, 719, 745Budé, Guillaume125Burton, Robert42–43, 528–529Busche, Hermann von dem435n, 775Cadiz273Cadmus226n19, 241Caesar, Julius227, 228n, 329n5, 337n12, 391, 393n62, 688, 690, 754Caesar Augustus. See AugustusCaligula227n26Callimachus46n2Calliope151, 243n58, 257, 453n101, 584, 616, 747Callirhoë (shepherdess)407, 411Callisto103n56Calpurnius Siculus, T.321, 329n7, 337, 638Calypso (shepherdess)393Camenae357–361, 395See also MusesCamerarius Quaestor (Kammermeister), Joachim5–7, 12, 18, 20, 22, 40, 49, 167, 191, 199n17, 203n, 239, 245, 313, 387n56, 467n121, 522, 543, 553, 562, 578, 586, 636, 753 a literary Proteus5 an Aristarch59, 316 eclogues by321 epithalamium for211–213, 217, 249–271, 613 heads the evangelical school in Nuremberg22, 164–165 sets out for Spain213, 217, 273–275 marries Anna Truchsess211 lectures on Homer27 reluctant to publish his poetry212, 213n6 edits Eobanus’s dietetic poem30propempticon for213, 217, 273–275, 622Venus Triumphant addressed to217–235Lament against Venus212–213, 217, 237–247, 609Camillus (Eobanus)343–353, 455n, 641Campano, Giannantonio730Canace (shepherdess)431–433, 722Capella (constellation)427n85Capitoline Hill103n55Capys225cardinal points9, 65n, 67, 521, 523Castalian springs241catalogue of flowers657, 693, 773 of lovers229 of vices764Catherine of Alexandria676Cato, distichs of193n7Cato the Elder129, 668; (plural) 267Catullus231Celaenos (plural)87Celsus, A. Cornelius11, 16, 147Celtis, Konrad491n136, 522Norimberga775–776Quattuor libri amorum524Ceres107, 135, 187n, 224n11, 225, 349cestus, golden259Chaldeans123Charles V, Emperor7n24, 213, 273–275, 467n120, 624Charles the Great (Charlemagne)275n81Charmis143Chios Strait117n63Chiron16, 123, 137, 375n46Chloris367, 429Choerilus7Christ155, 195, 197, 291, 293, 357, 377, 381, 419, 503, 519, 666, 670, 675–677, 751 Christ Apollo15–16, 63n14, 361n34, 443n, 657See also Apollo; GodChristian III of Denmark466n119, 467Christiani, Ludwig343, 455n, 641Christina of Saxony465n115Chronos67n21Chrysippus123Cicero, M. Tullius19, 89n37, 93, 195, 229, 605; (plural) 475 their193De officiis195n12Circe121, 123n64, 225n15Claudius, Emperor75, 99, 145, 227, 533Clemen, Otto282Cleombrotus of Ceos125nCleopatra141, 229; (plural) 229Clio149, 257Clitor, spring at105Clodius Pulcher, P.228n, 229Codro Urceo, Antonio730commonplace. See toposcomparison696, 703 derogatory732 ironic667, 738 argument from109, 113, 115 dative of719 pattern of650, 660, 731complexions. See temperamentsconcoction75Constantinople, fall of475n127contentment, life of659, 662Cop, Guillaume12Cordus, Euricius7–8, 19, 21, 49, 178–179, 321, 744Coronis135Corydon (Eobanus or Trebelius)390n, 437–449 (in Vergil’s eclogues)331n8, 339n15, 354ncountry life, praise of77–79, 536, 662, 681Cousin, Gilbert321cowl (monk’s); cowls233, 289–293, 459, 509, 752See also ex-monk; monkCracow310Creon (Acron)143Crete67n19, 723Crimea243n55Critias (Crinas)143Critobulus125, 141Croatia273n79Crocale409Croesuses79, 125Crotus Rubianus, Johann363n38, 393n62, 425n, 449, 659, 743See also Agavus; Iarbas; Meleterus; PhilaegonCulmann, Leonhard33–34Cupid; Amor; Love212, 221–235, 239, 243–247, 255, 263, 365–369, 407, 433, 608, 661, 664, 666, 725–726; (plural) 221, 233–237, 243, 245, 265, 273 arrow-bearing435 unbridled221 arrow of411 bow of225, 231, 235, 239–243, 247, 481–483 traits of, allegorized661 triumph of598–599Curio, Johann37–43Curtius, Quintus195Cydonia91Cygnus (Eobanus)363–371, 383n54, 659, 663Cynics93Cynthia (Propertius’s mistress)229–231, 722Cyprus243n57, 706 goddess of (Venus)235Cythera goddess of (Venus)117 realms of237Dalmatia729Damascus91Dantiscus, Johannes310, 596, 651Daphne257, 345Daphnis (archetypal shepherd)688–689, 693, 703 (Eobanus)392–393n62, 393–401, 688, 693 (Julius Caesar)329n5, 337n12, 391, 393n62, 688 death of351, 679, 706, 741David (king)231, 285, 421, 599, 715debauchery129, 227; (personified) 291decorum, pastoral421n81, 654, 715Deianira233Deiphobus225De Jode, Pieter42, 523dell nymphs225, 351, 397, 411, 489Delphi97demons381, 389Demophoon233n38Demosthenes (plural)475despondency71, 117devil389n59, 459dialectic164, 193n8, 199; (personified) 193Diana212, 241–243Dichtel, Sibilla493nDido, Queen229, 233n39dietetics10–12, 29, 117, 519Diksmuide41Diogenes93n47Diomedes225n14, 243Dioscorides16, 141Dis121, 223, 239, 687See also Plutodisease; diseases9, 40, 71, 77, 79, 97, 105, 109–115, 121, 139n, 143 of love139, 405, 431, 667, 699, 722 of the mind117–119, 566Dissipation (personified)291Dodona, oak grove of91Dominicans291Donatus167Don River353, 437dream; dreams5, 46–47n2, 47, 65–67, 97, 176n12, 431, 451–459, 528, 744, 746, 749–750drunkenness73, 105, 493, 530dryad; dryads225, 411, 419, 489Dürer, Albrecht168n17, 744, 791 modern Apelles177, 178, 179n23, 182, 183 prince of artists182 friendship of, with Eobanus165, 176–178, 183 portraits by of Eobanusv, 165, 171–185, 315n22 of Erasmus179 of Melanchthon163, 165, 177, 179 of Pirckheimer332 woodcuts by, for Celtis’s Quattuor libri amorum524Etliche underricht zu befestigung der Stett, Schloss, und flecken491n138eagle; eagles imperial447n94, 739 Jupiter’s armorbearer445–447Eberbach, Petrejus7n26, 13n43, 373See also TityrusEberbach, Philipp168, 189n2Ebro River273Echo703Eder River353, 387, 395Eisenach383, 389–391Elbe River167, 313, 513elements, the four9–10, 17, 64–65n16, 65, 221, 521, 523Elizabeth of Hesse393n, 399n70Elsholtz, Johann S.36, 553, 556Elysium397Empedocles143Endymion225n12, 243n54, 433Engelsburg, Haus zur3, 6–7, 19–20England103Ennius46n2envier; enviers169, 187, 199–201, 519, 586, 595envy; jealousy107, 205, 441, 449, 477, 479, 511; (personified) 187, 201, 291, 331, 339, 389, 557Eobanus Hessus. See HessusEpidaurus113, 137nepilepsy115, 530, 563Epirus, oaks of87, 91n44Episcopius. See BischoffErasistratus83, 125n68, 139, 539Erasmus of Rotterdam12, 18, 19, 24, 153, 321, 629, 668 portrayed by Dürer179, 183Adagia101n53, 125n70, 231n35, 517–519, 526, 537, 539, 541–543, 545, 556, 577, 584, 592, 595, 608, 618, 626, 631, 637, 645, 648, 668–669, 680, 696, 698, 702, 717, 728, 732, 734, 736–737, 739, 745, 752, 761, 771, 785, 790, 793See also proverbColloquia193n7Declamatio in laudem artis medicae19, 109, 125n70, 131–133, 153, 557Epithalamium Petri Aegidii613Erato151, 245n61, 263Erfurt3–6, 18, 21–22, 24, 49, 135, 155, 166, 312, 355, 361, 363, 383, 385n, 413, 453, 495, 499–509, 681, 791 praised351, 455n, 489n, 782 satirized382–383n53, 383–391 Augustinian church in7n26 Eobanus’s lectorship funded by3, 21 golden age of787 “Mad Year” in383n53, 787 radical preachers in109n, 389n60, 498n, 509–511, 686 riots and tumults in312, 387n57, 499–513 Senate of503 vampires in311n10, 389–391See also University of ErfurtEriphyle233Erysichthon187nErysiptolis312, 498–499n, 499–513Eryx, goddess of (Venus)239Esslingen213Ethiopia, Nomads of554Etna, Mount225, 435, 595, 728Euadne233, 694Europa (princess)67n19Europe475n127 eastern127n71 Nuremberg in the heart of489Eurydice233, 347Eurytus (shepherd)331n9, 339n16, 429–435, 481–487, 721–722, 766Euterpe149, 243n59, 261, 583Evander177exercise10, 73–75, 533ex-monk; ex-monks280, 312, 509n, 498n, 627See also cowl; monkFaber, Thomas34Fabricius, Georg33Fabricius, Johann A.33Fame (personified)107, 469Fastus435n, 730Fate or fate; the Fates125, 191, 193, 259–263, 273, 327, 329, 337, 359, 371n, 395, 397, 407, 419, 423, 465, 475, 493, 499, 501, 511, 690, 692, 714See also Parcaefaun; fauns223, 351, 381, 421, 489Faunus415Faustus (Mantuanus)365Feige, Johann3n2, 27, 314n19, 321, 335n, 753 dedicatory letter to318, 320, 335–341 portrait of, by Cranach333Ferdinand, Archduke180, 273fever; fevers harsh83 sudden71 caused by anger530 of love405 table of the12, 14, 20, 26, 45, 49, 159Ficino, MarsilioThree Books on Life9, 11, 16Fiera, Battista28, 31figure of speech. See imageFiletico, Martino311Firmicus, Julius8Flavia393n62Flora, gifts of385flute149, 245, 345, 351, 375–377, 381, 429, 433, 501, 583, 673 boxwood437, 673 hazelbark439 humble497 oaten341, 700 rustic191, 310 Syracusan329, 337food and drink10, 12, 16, 25, 35, 53, 63, 73–77, 81–107 beer30, 32, 107, 135n76, 556–557 cereal foods99–101, 135n76 eggs103 fish101 fowls87–89 fruit of trees89–91 gourds99 legumes93 meat81–87, 101, 123 milk foods103 roots95–97 truffles; mushrooms99 vegetables93–95, 367, 546 wine73, 99, 103, 105, 123, 135, 301, 349, 531Fortune; Fortuna; fortune111, 129, 139, 261–263, 267, 273, 275, 403, 489, 491, 511, 513 assaults of495 blows of505 cycles and seasons of507 fickleness of789 whims of179n23Fracastoro, Girolamo43n103, 729France273–275, 447n96, 475, 739Franciscans, the291nFrancis of Assisi, Saint293Frankenberg343, 353, 387n56, 455n, 641Frankenhausen, Battle of463n11, 467n122Frankfurt am Main, book fair in15, 316Frederick I, king of Denmark466n119Frederick the Wise167, 313, 434–435n89, 449, 742Frisians103Froebel, Karl P.215frog; frogs439, 443–449, 507 fable of the445n93, 738–739 represent the enemies of learning479, 507, 765, 791 represent the Venetians445n93, 738Frontinus21n60Fuchs, Jakob22Fuchs, Mechthild280n9Fulda659Fulda River365, 395, 463, 684Fury; the Furies129, 391, 487Galatea (Anna of Mecklenburg)341, 393n62, 399 (mythical)399n69, 703, 766Galen9, 10n33, 12, 21, 33, 134n, 137–139, 145Gallus, C. Cornelius229, 703, 707, 709, 713, 746Garamantes127Gauls103n55genre; genres amoebean contest670, 716, 719 didactic poetry519 dietetics in Neo-Latin verse519 encomium12, 53, 153, 155, 312, 315, 320, 321, 341, 413, 415, 463, 464n113, 471, 489, 497, 557–558, 753–754, 775 epicedium166–167, 174, 176n12, 185, 313–314 epitaph174, 185, 413, 693, 703, 707 epithalamium211–213, 217, 249, 257n69, 281, 613–614 fable445n93, 738, 739 genethliacon; birthday poem341, 393, 399, 401, 464n114 panegyric3, 318, 321, 329n6, 337n13, 341n18, 341n20, 435n, 471n, 695, 753–754, 775 pastoral309–310, 329, 337, 355, 363n37, 641, 653, 671, 724 pastoral eulogy or lament321, 391–393, 464n114, 688, 754 praises of medicine558propempticon213, 273, 622 Psalm paraphrase22, 279–283 regimens of health11 urban encomium489, 775–776geography195n11, 491geometry195n11, 491Georgenthal355, 381n52, 383Gera River7n7, 351, 363, 453, 782; (personified) 312, 498n, 499–513Germany103, 191, 195, 197, 203, 310, 325, 365, 415, 435, 467, 473, 475, 489, 493, 501, 507Geyer6, 189n2Giants447, 479Gigas (Heune), Johann174, 185Gillis, Pieter613God15, 111–115, 119–123, 131, 259, 267, 273, 289, 291, 295–303, 365, 373, 419, 447, 467, 477, 511, 670, 674 praise of377–381See also Christ; SpiritGoldast, Melchior636, 776Golden Age648, 662, 681, 787 new463n110, 642, 695, 710, 787golden mean263Gospels123See also BibleGossberg; Goss Mountain353Gotha361, 413, 658 St. Mary’s in421n79Grace; Graces8, 20, 59, 155, 211, 214n11, 225, 249–253, 257, 261–265, 269, 271, 275, 351, 447, 613, 713 choir of the249, 255Graz18, 27Greece137, 191, 253Greek (language)23, 37, 83, 93n47, 97, 199n17, 267n, 311, 343, 390n, 413, 421, 495 taught in Nuremberg165, 169, 191, 198n, 199Gröningen, Johann170, 177–178, 315n22, 316, 775Grünsberg247n65Grynaeus, Alajos35Guadalquivir River273Günther, Simon36Habsburg-Valois War, the second275n80Hades. See underworldHaemus257Haguenau313, 316Halgehausen387n56hamadryads351, 489Harmonia226n19Harpies87Haschaert (Hassardus), Pieter29–30, 557Häussler, Reinhard, Nachträge zu A. Otto125n70, 529, 656, 663, 680, 696, 700, 701, 705, 717, 727, 728, 732, 734, 737–740, 749See also proverbHaus zum schwarzen Ross19Haus zur Engelsburg. See EngelsburgHebrew (language)165, 169, 191, 198n, 199Hebrews231Hector225Hecuba225n16Heidenheim, principality of467n121Helen of Troy113n60, 207n23, 225n13, 231, 233n37; (figurative) 207Heliades (Trebelius)47n, 390n61, 391, 449–459, 686, 746, 750Helicon, Mount46n2, 182n33, 197n14, 267, 345n27, 357, 415, 453n100, 455–457, 511, 615, 643, 746, 748, 751See also Aonian peakhell381, 389n59, 391See also underworldHelle427n86Helmbold, Ludwig38n92Henninger, Johann S.32Hercules137n, 223n9, 231, 375n46, 469, 602 some479 arrows of375, 672 labors of231, 457 Pillars of273n77 poplar sacred to457n103 Strait of273Hercynian Forest237, 495, 782Hercynian Mountains499Hermione233Herophilus83, 141, 539Hesiod5, 46n2, 47, 457, 747Hesperides261Hesse320, 335n, 363n39, 387, 393, 395, 463n111, 471, 691 praised353Hessian; Hessians103, 349, 393n62, 433, 753Hessus, Helius Eobanus built like a warrior177–178 an erudite Vergil7 a veritable Proteus4–5 first German to write a cycle of eclogues309–310 Germany’s leading poet169, 202–203n20, 203 Camerarius’s Lament against Venus addressed to237–247 portrait of, by Brosamer317–318 portraits of, by Dürerv, 165–166, 171–185 swan the emblem of363n38See also Argus; Camillus; Corydon; Cygnus; Daphnis; Polyphemus Life on the brink of penury3 writes panegyric verses3 studies law3–4 studies medicine4–12 becomes friends with Sturtz7–8 dedicates books to Sturtz8 defends medicine9, 15, 18, 109n, 558 praises medicine18–19, 49, 109–131, 153 lives in the Engelsburg3, 7n26, 19n55 owns a small house in Erfurt7–8n26 asks Sturtz to fund his medical studies21 loses his city-paid lectorship21 accepts a teaching post in Nuremberg22, 164–165 arrives in Nuremberg166 resumes publication in Nuremberg166–169 lauds and advertises the Nuremberg academy168–169, 189–199, 586–587, 598 teaches poetry and versification164, 167, 195 becomes friends with Dürer165, 176–178 writes portrait epigraphsv, 163, 165–166, 172, 177, 183n35, 184 defends himself for committing a metrical error169–170, 187, 199–207 versifies Psalms279–280, 282–283, 287, 295–303 admires the Italian Neo-Latin poets729–730 continues his medical studies21–22 abandons his medical studies26–27 plans to versify the Hippocratic Aphorisms22, 27 Friends and rivalsSee Bach; Baumgartner; Brassicanus; Camerarius; Christiani; Cordus; Crotus; Dürer; Eberbach (Petrejus); Erasmus; Feige; Gröningen; Hune; Jonas; Lang; Luther; Magenbuch; Marthen; Meckbach; Melanchthon; Mutianus; Opsopoeus; Pirckheimer; Sbruglio; Sturtz; Trebelius WorksAd ill. Principem Ioannem Fridericum3, 166–167, 175, 180n28, 184, 306, 313–314Adnotationes281n10, 319Bonae valetudinis conservandae praecepta background to8–13, 47–49 dedicated to Sturtz8, 45–49 printing history of12–15 prose prefaces in153–155 concluding epigram in157 title page of50 analysis of11–21 reprints of28–29 verse translation of29–30 commentary on, by Haschaert29Bonae valetudinis conservandae rationes aliquot51–151 background to21–23, 55–61 dedicated to Sturtz55–61 printing history of23–24, 26–28 analysis of24–26 reprints of30–33 commentary on, by Placotomus30–32 later fortunes of24, 28–43Bucolicon221n3, 309–310, 461n107Bucolicorum idyllia166, 167n11, 205n, 207, 212, 221n3, 308, 310, 325–513 background to22, 311–312, 318–319 printing history of313–321 original title page and dedication of325–331 revised title page and dedication of335–341De generibus ebriosorum28, 373n44De laudibus et praeconiis489n135De non contemnendis studiis humanioribus epistolae8De victoria Wirtembergensi317–318, 321, 341, 466n118, 694Dialogi tres9–10, 18, 109n, 311, 558, 759Elegiae tres162, 187–207 background to164–169 printing history of169–170Encomium nuptiale613Epicedia166–167, 176n12, 313–314, 319Epithalamion, seu ludus gratulatorius613Ex Idylliis encomia duo181n31, 307, 315–316Heroidum Christianarum epistolae310–311Heroidum libri tres22, 310–311, 319, 518Hodoeporicon518Homeri Ilias27In hypocrisim vestitus monastici278, 285–303 background to279–280 printing history of281–283Operum farragines duae27–28, 30, 169n19, 170, 319–322Psalterium universum22, 280, 283, 319, 630–632Scribendorum versuum maxime compendiosa ratio167–168Sylvae8, 22, 166, 319Theocriti Syracusani idyllia triginta sex55, 212, 237, 311, 343Urbs Noriberga497, 641, 775–776Venus triumphans210–275, 279, 285n background to211–213 printing history of213–215Hieron II of Syracuse329n6, 337n13, 754Hippocrates10, 137–139, 143n83, 145n86, 580, 584Aphorisms22, 27Hippocratic Oath131n74Hippocrene182n33, 197n14, 746Hippolytus135n77history195, 469 Muse of (Clio)149n92Holy Roman Empire273, 275n80, 447n96, 743Holy Writ. See BibleHolzstube (Bohlenstube)19–20Homburg413Homer121, 127, 137, 205, 214n11, 341, 753; (plural) 235, 475 lectures on, by Camerarius27 translation of27Iliad135n78; (plural) 235Horace47n3, 231n34, 630Hörselberg (Horrisonus)389Hortensius Hortalus, Q.89humane studies collapse of164, 182, 197, 199, 505–513 contempt for155, 471–481, 574 enemies of479, 507n147, 765, 791 evangelical hostility to475n129, 312, 383n53, 475–477, 498n, 507–511 rebirth of182, 197, 475, 511 bear blossoms but no fruit127See also liberal artshumors, the four13n43, 14, 17, 45, 49, 65–67, 521, 523 black bile10, 65, 67, 71, 73n26, 83, 85, 93, 117, 521, 524, 530, 546 blood10, 65, 67, 93, 101–105, 521 phlegm10, 65, 67, 85, 87, 101, 521, 524 yellow bile (choler)10, 65–67, 95, 521, 522, 530 epigrams on42, 522–523Hune, Martin9–10, 18, 22, 27, 45, 49, 109, 131, 578, 753n3Hungary273n79Hutten, Ulrich von168n14, 435nHybla, Mount417, 710hyperbole195n11, 495n141, 651hypocrisy; hypocrites245, 285–293Iarbas (Crotus)363n38, 427Iasion224n11Ida, Mount224n10, 225, 241, 251, 427n85, 433, 726Idalium, Mount; Idalian mountain221, 227, 269Ilus225image; images (figure of speech) antidote770 arena526 asylum592, 779 brawling winds691 burning bush676 castration692 cuckoos291n dress (cultus)518 ducks291n east wind677 first fruits538 flower in an enclosed garden676 frogs738, 765, 791 heart’s grotto727 heifer703 Hercules765 imbibing flames770 light758 magpies291n martial518 mixed752, 779 nautical557, 576 oil lamp81, 538 plectrum646 poison; venom713, 771 premature stillborn517 proscription762 Proteus5pulvis526, 733 race horse521 ravens291n reaper525 rose727 straw fire724 swelling up738 thirst702tondere648, 698 triumph598 trumpet641verbera668 vines631 wars of Venus548 weaving591 wounds669, 699India, wealth of654Indians357innate heat69n22, 81, 105insult; insults129, 205, 241, 435n, 732, 734invocation15–16, 25 Christian15, 519 to Christ519 to Urania15–16, 63n14, 299Io381n52Iolas (William II of Hesse)341, 391–401, 465, 689Iole (shepherdess)331, 339, 481–487, 766Iole of Oechalia223Ionia87Italy329, 337, 475n127 homeland of humanism731 praise of647 studies in6, 8, 18, 21, 413Jason (Argonaut)117n62, 227, 255Jerusalem, the heavenly421n80Jesse231, 715Joachimsthal15, 18, 21, 168, 177, 185, 189John Frederick I of Saxony467 elegy for3, 166–167, 313John of Saxony399n70joke; jest4, 43, 47, 71, 177, 425, 429, 720, 753Jonas, Justus280, 373See also BattusJove. See JupiterJulus227Juno103n56, 224n10, 241n50, 249, 251n68Jupiter; Jove (god)55n, 103n56, 135, 223, 239, 245, 251, 253, 261, 271, 355, 357, 399, 427, 485, 598–599, 676 Capitoline103 cloudgatherer253 armorbearer of (eagle)445 daughters of (Muses)243, 255 offspring of (Hercules)223 oracle of87n36, 91n44 son of (Mercury)251 thunderbolts of135, 241, 447, 479 (planet) associated with youth and spring524Jupiter Ammon227jurisprudence. See lawjustice109, 501Kassel463Knaust, Heinrich34–35Kovachich, József Miklos32Krafft, Adam178, 753Krause, Carl (Karl)176, 282, 551Krell, Jakob37–40, 43n103Kronos67n21Kundtmann, Sylvester36Lactantius599Lahn River395, 397landscape Arcadian383n54 degenerated679 Golden Age648 idealized647, 658 paradisiacal677 pastoral710Lang, Johann179, 184, 213n7, 281, 311n8, 315n22Laodamia233, 694Latin (language)83, 93n46, 165, 169, 191, 198n, 421, 495, 563, 718, 719Latium227Latmus, Mount243Latona507n147Lauffen, Battle of317, 321, 466n118laureation34, 47n1, 345n, 390–391n, 437n, 449, 453–459, 742–743, 746Lavinia227n22law; jurisprudence3–4, 6, 109, 119, 127Lebanon297Leipzig. See University of LeipzigLesbia231Leucippe409liberal arts55, 57, 169, 191–195, 197–199, 493, 498n Venus the enemy of77See also humane studiesLibya227Lindener, Michael168n14Linus229Livy195Loersfelt, Johann13Lollia Paulina227Love. See Cupidlove, passionate; lovesickness139, 141, 212, 221–271, 311–312, 329–331, 339, 347, 354–355n, 367–371, 393, 401–413, 429–435, 481–487, 598–599, 667–668, 701–708 disease699, 722 fire724, 728 insanity728 living death701 poison713, 771 thirst702 cares of725 cure for668, 701 symptoms of606, 667, 723Löwenburg385nLucan257Lucina243n56, 259Lucullus261Luna225, 433Luther, Martin164, 280, 281n10, 282, 630–632, 743To the Councilmen of All Cities in Germany164Lycian peasants (frogs)507Lycoris (Gallus’s lover)229, 712–713 (mistress)419Lydia229Macedonia141, 195, 227n20, 469Macer, Aemilius147Machaon16, 123, 135n78, 137macrocosm; microcosm64n quaternions of the16–17, 25Maecenas, C.47n3 a new (Sturtz)7Magenbuch, Johann26, 59Maia223, 249Main River237, 395Mainz archbishop of385, 413 archbishopric of312, 499nManlius, Arnold41Mannus (Trebelius)437n, 730Mantua661 poets of (Vergil and Mantuanus)365 Vergil of325n1, 415n77, 462n109Mantuanus, Baptista309, 312, 321, 363, 365n, 661, 664, 720, 730 a Christian Vergil309, 363n37, 635, 660 compared with Vergil363–365Adolescentia309, 363n37See also FaustusMarburg178, 184, 395, 401n, 463n111, 753 Colloquy of463n111 St. Elizabeth’s in397See also University of MarburgMaro. See VergilMars (god)223, 226n19, 227, 471, 495, 691 (planet)67, 521, 524Marschalk, Nikolaus390nMarseille143Marsyas377, 421n81Marthen, Herbord von der381n52, 385, 614, 743. See also PhileremusMarthen, von der681Martial87n36, 179n23, 257n70Marullo, Michele730Marx, Friedrich583Mary, the Virgin15n48, 678, 712 bride of Christ676 burning bush676 flower in enclosed garden676 intercessor670, 678 Virgin Muse15 praise of311, 377–381, 670, 674mathematics127, 165, 193, 195n11, 199, 491Maximilian I, Emperor7n24, 273, 435n, 447n95Mechelen40Meckbach, Johann321, 729, 753Medea117n62medicine; medical science3–27, 49, 59, 63–107, 135–147, 155 Greek113n61, 139n medieval10n33, 524 lucrative3–4, 125–127 defense of9, 15, 558 god of (Aesculapius)113n60 inventor of (Apollo)4, 15–16, 25, 63, 135, 519 praise of12, 18–19, 25, 45, 49, 53, 109–133, 153, 313, 558Megara397n66Meienburg, Michael279Melanchthon, Anna614Melanchthon, Philip22, 49, 167, 193, 201, 212, 213, 281, 282, 313, 488n, 627, 636, 753 idyl addressed to167, 169, 199n18, 201, 202n, 207, 312–313, 320, 471–481, 759 poem collection dedicated to166, 313 portrait of, by Dürer163, 165, 177, 179, 183 helps organize the evangelical academy in Nuremberg22, 164–165 praises Eobanus as Germany’s best poet202–203n, 203 urges Eobanus to versify the Psalms279–280, 287Meleterus (Crotus?)393–401, 363n38Melinus421–429Melisaeus (Christiani)343–353, 363n39, 455, 641, 643, 645, 659Melissa409Melpomene149, 259–260Menalcas401–411, 697Menelaus225, 233n37Mercury135, 211–212, 214n11, 223n7, 239, 249–253, 271 attributes of223, 249, 251Messalina, Valeria145n87, 227n25meter; meters Alcaic strophe616 Alcmanic strophe621 dactylic hexameter180, 600, 609, 614, 641, 652, 658, 670, 679, 688, 697, 708, 716, 721, 730, 743, 753–754, 760, 770, 776, 785 elegiac distich3, 16, 42, 63n15, 165, 169, 180, 185, 282, 283, 316–317, 517, 519, 558, 578, 583, 585–587, 592, 594, 598, 615, 622, 626, 627, 630–631, 635, 636, 640, 752, 753 First Archilochian strophe618 Fourth Archilochian strophe618 Fourth Asclepiad617 greater Asclepiad followed by an iambic dimeter620 iambic strophe616, 629 iambic trimeter180, 622, 629 leonine hexameters40 Phalaecian hendecasyllable, followed by a dactylic pentameter615 Sapphic hendecasyllables, concluding with an adonic615 Sapphic strophe619 Second Archilochian strophe620 Second Asclepiad617 Second Pythiambic strophe616Meyerpeck, Wolfgang176, 185miasmas528microcosm. See macrocosmMicyllus, Jakob282, 313Midas79, 85, 159, 377; (plural) 127Mincio River415n77, 462n109Minerva77, 212, 224n10, 241, 251n68See also Pallas AtheneMinotaur225n17Misenus377, 674Mithridates123mithridaticum4, 123Mizauld, Antoine35Mnemosyne255Monheim, Johann34monk; monks212, 233, 280, 289–293, 509 cowl does not make the459, 752 fish the meal of101See also cowl; ex-monkMoreau, René38n94Morpheus451Moses121Münzer, Thomas467n122Murmellius, Johann168n14Musa, Antonius26, 145Musaeus229Muse; Muses32–33, 46–47n2, 59, 63, 77, 89, 129, 131, 147–151, 155, 182, 189–191, 197, 201, 203, 211–212, 221n1, 229, 231, 235, 237–275, 310, 327, 329–331, 335–339, 345, 347, 355–361, 365, 377–381, 419, 427, 434n88, 437, 439, 443–449, 453, 455–459, 467–475, 479, 481, 489, 493, 497, 501, 507, 511, 583, 584, 613, 616, 719–720, 746–748, 751, 784 barren127 chaste219, 431 Christian15, 355, 357n exiled; outcast168–169, 189, 197, 493, 501, 511 jocose219 Latin310, 415, 449 Latin and Greek475 Minciadic415, 463 my (our)89, 125, 191, 193, 201, 303, 329, 337, 341, 345, 347, 385, 395, 415, 439, 463, 467, 489, 491 rustic310, 325, 415 the nine12, 20, 53, 157, 214n11 Vergil’s26, 145, 415n77, 462n109 daughter of the inventor of medicine15–16, 25, 63 Isle of my287 leader of the (Apollo)4, 49, 155 Nest of the12, 19–20 portraits of the12, 20–21, 149–151, 155See also Calliope; Camenae; Clio; Erato; Euterpe; Melpomene; Pieria; Pierian maidens; Polyhymnia; Terpsichore; Thalia; Uraniamusic127, 165, 199 health benefits of71, 528–529 Muse of (Euterpe)149n93Muth, Johann413nn73–74Muths, the; Mutians413Mutianus Rufus311n8, 313n13, 361, 373, 391n, 413–421, 435n, 662, 708–710, 739, 742–743 Eobanus’s mentor3–4, 373n45 circle of humanists around355n29See also ThrasybulusMuzio, Macario730naiad; naiads225, 351, 397, 411, 419, 431, 435, 489, 499Narcissus (mythical)401, 697, 700, 702 (shepherd)401–413, 697, 700, 702–703, 705, 707, 708naturals, the seven10Nature; nature67, 75, 141, 147, 361, 425, 483, 507, 689 wayward479 Mother77, 642 cycles of111 gifts of121 ingenuity of497 law of77 powers of113, 115 ruler of261 secrets of10, 111, 147, 491Nemesianus321Nemphe353Neptune223, 239, 513, 615Nereus223, 271, 399n69, 702Nero, Emperor227, 329n7, 337n14Nesen, Wilhelm18n53, 167, 313Nesse River365, 389Nestor467, 757Nicias766Nile239Nisus (mythical)397n66 (shepherd) Rhenish397Nomads554non-naturals, the six10, 40Noric berg (Noric mountain)490nNorici189n3, 490nNossen, Michael507n148Numidians103Nuremberg22–24, 55, 61, 165–166, 169, 183–184, 189, 199, 211, 213, 249, 253, 279, 281, 285, 287, 310, 313, 315, 327, 461, 471, 489, 491, 495, 499, 540, 782, 783 located in the heart of Europe489, 777 located in the heart of Germany777 sheet anchor for good studies182 city council (Senate) of183–184, 191, 197, 493, 495, 636 encomium of312, 320, 489–499, 775 evangelical academy in22, 164–165, 168–169, 187–199, 217, 279, 489n132, 586 first impression of166, 495–496 Lorenz and Sebald parish in497n143 monastery of St. Aegidius in164, 280, 285–289 becomes a Lutheran city164 welcomes the outcast Muses168–169, 191, 197, 493Nützel, Kaspar495n141nymph; nymphs131, 135, 191, 221, 225, 351, 353, 363, 377, 399, 401, 411, 423, 431, 447, 499, 513, 692 guardian312, 498n145, 499 Stygian239See also dell nymphsOcean399, 401Oceanus501Oeta, Mount602Old Testament212See also BibleOlenian goat427Olenus427n85Olympiad461, 465Olympus598Opsopoeus, Vincentius169, 187n, 199n17Ordronaux, John39oread; oreads351, 419, 489Ore Mountains6, 21, 189n2Orléans. See University of OrléansOrpheus121, 229, 243n58, 257, 347Otto, A., Sprichwörter der Römer125n70, 519, 529, 539, 543, 596, 643, 656, 662, 663, 680, 696, 700, 701, 705, 717, 727, 728, 732, 734, 736–740, 749, 752, 761, 763, 764, 771, 790See also proverbOtto Cremonensis40Ovid229n33, 401, 598–599owl345, 439, 732Pactolus261, 618Paeon123Paestum, roses of437, 731Palaepaphus706Palamedes, birds of (cranes)89Pales387, 682, 683Pallas Athene505 long-exiled312, 481 arena of69, 457 citadel of505, 507 epithet of785 olive tree sacred to457n103See also MinervaPan345, 351, 353, 377, 387, 415, 431, 435; (plural) 223 inventor and master of the syrinx643, 673papacy, the447n96, 739Paphus253Paradise, earthly357n31, 361Parcae214n11, 395See also FateParis of Troy207n23, 224n10, 225, 241n50, 251n68, 433, 726Parnassus, Mount747Parrhasia103n56Parrhasian Bear103Parthians, the227Pasch, Johannes33Pasiphae233passion; the passions10, 415n75, 662pastoral analogies655patron; patronage3, 5, 8, 22–23, 59, 183, 287, 335, 341, 413, 520, 753Paul, Saint123Paulinus Nolanus629–630Paul of Aegina12, 16, 139Peasants’ War312, 463n111, 467n122, 499n, 757Pegasus’s spring (Hippocrene)182Pegnitz River166, 182, 189, 191, 211, 249, 253, 269, 271, 489–491, 777 associated with the Peneus166, 189, 269, 495, 783Pelusian ale (zythum)107Pelusium107nPeneus River166, 189, 249, 269, 495Permessis (Permessus) River453, 746Perseus226n19, 241Persia, kings of477, 763Persians123Persius46n2Petrarca (Petrarch), Francesco321, 730Petreius, Johann23, 213, 281–282, 315Peypus (Arthemisius), Friedrich166, 169, 177n15, 179, 313Phaedra225n17, 233Phaon117Phasis River87Philaegon (Crotus)363–371, 425, 659, 664Philantis405–411, 703Phileremus (Herbord von der Marthen)381–391Philetas (Alexandrian poet)652 (Spalatin)355, 359, 434n8, 435, 659Philip of Acarnania141Philip of Hesse321, 335, 341, 391–393, 399, 401n, 695 birthday poem for341, 393, 399–401, 464n114 encomium of3, 312, 315, 317, 320, 321, 341, 463–471, 753–754, 775 portrait of165n7, 317Philip II of Macedonia141, 227n20Philip the Upright397n66Philondas (Sbruglio)435–449, 730philosopher; philosophers37, 371, 413, 668 ancient119, 212, 231 Cynic93n47 Stoic668 contrasted with physicians111, 561philosophy413 natural10 schools of111Philotas401–409Philyra, son of (Chiron)375Phocis253Phoebus. See ApolloPhrixus427Phyllis233, 351, 419; (plural) 351physician; physicians4–10, 16–18, 26, 47–49, 81, 87, 155, 157, 481, 563 epigrams on the12, 20–21, 25–26, 32–33, 53, 135–147, 155, 578 contrasted with philosophers111–113, 561 praised109–131physiology40, 81Pieria, Muses of481Pierian Maid (Mary)16Pierian maidens (Muses)251, 345, 377–381, 489Pillars of Hercules273n77Pindaric lyre231Pirckheimer, Willibald167, 169, 199n17, 214, 315n22, 320, 495n141, 776, 791 dedicatory letter to317, 320, 327–331, 636 portrait of, by Dürer332 fails to acknowledge Eobanus’s dedicatory letter320, 335n, 341Pirithous225, 226n18Pistorius, Abbot Friedrich279n1, 280, 280–281n10, 285–289, 614Pithou, Pierre582Placotomus (Bretschneider), Johann25n, 29–32, 35, 41, 73n25, 87n33, 101n53, 525–530, 532, 533, 536–540, 542, 544–549, 554, 556, 557plague; plagues; pestilence13n43, 71, 113, 390–391n caused by miasmas71, 528 (figurative) envy201, 205, 291 passionate love233, 371, 481 radical preachers511 scholastic education475Planer, Johannes A.33planetary hours13n43, 14, 45planets9–10, 17, 67, 521 aspects of the8Platina, Bartolomeo16Plato123, 231Plautus193n7, 507n148Plenty; Abundance105 horn of89, 153, 259, 297, 349, 505Pliny the Elder125, 147Pluto223, 227, 391, 687See also Dispodagra530Podalirius16, 123, 135, 137Poles, the103Poliziano, Angelo730Polla Argentaria257Pollio, C. Asinius463n110Polybius21n60Polybus28Polyclitus491Polyhymnia; Polymneia; Polymnia151, 243, 267Polyphemus (Eobanus)47n2, 449–459, 744, 749 (mythical)724, 766, 771Pompeia228nPontano, Giovanni321, 641, 729popes212, 233portrait; portraits all but breathing21, 155, 585 silent speech182–183 of Eobanusv, 165, 171–173, 175–185, 315n22, 318 of Erasmus183 of Feige333 of illustrious physicians12, 20–21, 135–147, 155 of Martial179n23 of Melanchthon163, 165, 177, 179, 183 of Philip of Hesse165n7, 317 of Pirckheimer332 of Sturtz2 of the Muses12, 20–21, 149–151, 155 of Vergil168n17portrait epigraphv, 163, 165–166, 172, 175–177, 179, 180n9, 183n35, 184posterity49, 269, 329, 339; (personified) 461, 636powers (animal, natural, vital)69Praeneste177Prague. See University of Praguepreachers, radical evangelical15, 109n, 312, 383n53, 389n60, 475n129, 477–479, 498n, 507n147, 509n, 686Pregel, Johann285Priam, King225n16, 726printing advent of761 art of473Priscian167Procris233Prodicus of Selymbria143Propertius231, 722, 746Proserpina226n18Proteus4 (Camerarius)5 (Eobanus)4–5, 23proverb; proverbial125n70, 182n32, 518, 526, 541, 543, 572, 596, 608, 618, 644, 645, 654, 664, 667, 680, 681, 686, 700, 701, 705, 710, 717, 727, 728, 734–740, 752, 757, 761, 763, 789See also Erasmus (Adagia); Häussler; Otto; Thesaurus Proverbiorum Medii Aevi; WaltherPrusa, old man of (Asclepiades)113, 139nPrussia310Ptolemy (son of Antiochus)125Ptolemy II Philadelphus329n6, 337n13, 464n113, 465, 754Pyramus91n41Pyrenees275Pythagoras of Samos101, 123, 491n139qualities, the primary9–10, 17, 65, 67, 521, 523quaternions; quaternaries9–10, 16–17, 25, 521–525See also tetradic systemsQuintus. See Curtiusradical moisture81, 538radical preachers. See preachersRaphael (archangel)123Redlich, Paul R.33Reformation, Lutheran197n13, 463n111, 489n132 aftermath of the164refrain653, 674Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum11, 16, 17, 34, 37–40, 43, 63n15, 521 interpolations into, from Eobanus38–42regimens of health11n33Regnitz River237n45, 239Renaissance, achievements of the475, 762Renzi, Salvatore de38–39Reuchlin, Johann473n, 583, 765Reusner, Nikolaus33, 35, 583Rhesus of Thrace243rhetoric164, 193, 558, 775 flowers of193n8, 199rhetorician127, 139Rhine River273, 395, 437, 463, 465Rhône River275Ries, Adam7Roman; Romans (ancient)123, 129, 227Roman Empire (ancient)227, 471Rome (ancient)113n61, 125, 137, 139n, 141n82, 227, 329, 337, 465, 469, 475, 493, 543, 779 (modern)680Romulus227n23rose; roses237, 257, 359, 361, 371, 425, 481, 485 image of fleeting youth435, 727 of Paestum437, 731Roting, Michael193Saale River513Sabine women227Sabinus, Georg321, 614Sachse the Elder, Melchior317Sadler I, Raphael42, 522Samson231Sannazaro, Jacopo321, 729Sappho233Sarmatians85, 353Sarmatian shores127satire; satires28, 311, 373n44, 382–383n53, 389, 599, 664, 731, 733Saturn (Sickle-bearer) (god)67n21, 375n46 (planet)67, 521, 525satyr; satyrs95, 223, 351, 377n48, 381, 421n81, 489Saxons, the103Saxony467 electors of413Sbruglio, Riccardo434–435n89, 435, 729See also PhilondasScandinavia103n56Scheurl, Christoph434–435n89Schmalkaldic League463n111, 467n120Schmalkaldic War463n111Scholastic theologians193n9Schöner, Johann195n11Schottenloher, Karl168n14Schreyber (Grammateus), Heinrich13–15, 26, 28, 45, 49, 541, 565Schwäbisch Hall319Schwarz, Anna281n10Schwarz, Georg281n10science; sciences193 mathematical195n11 medical119, 123, 125, 558, 583 natural10 true137Scythia87seasons, the four9, 65n, 67, 265, 301, 303, 521, 523Secundus, Janus321Seiler, Johann577Semele55n, 223n8Serenus Sammonicus, Q.16, 147serpent375, 383 the fell (Satan)357 of Epidaurus113See also snakeSetzer, Johann313, 315–316, 318–319Seydel, Moritz5Sicily417, 710Sickingen, Franz von3, 312, 463n111, 465n117, 753Sickle-bearer. See SaturnSileni223Sinno, Andrea39Sirens127, 149Sirius425Siwa oasis227n20snake; snakes97, 113n60, 349, 375n47, 383–387, 399, 417, 419, 445, 648, 680, 713See also adder; serpentSocrates231n35, 734Socratic balance415Solomon231, 599sophist; sophists193, 473Spain213, 217, 273Spalatin, Georg313, 355, 359n33, 381n52, 434n88, 435nSee also PhiletasSpangenberg, Johann4Spengler, Lazarus282, 315n20spice; spices73n26, 83, 87, 542Spirit, the; Holy Spirit303, 379, 751See also Godspirits (bodily)10, 25, 69, 77, 117, 531spring; springtime description of343–345, 641–642, 710 in medical theory67, 521, 524–525 of life265, 341, 641–642Statius257nn69–70Stella, L. Arruntius257Stigel, Johann321, 614Strabo, Walahfrid28, 31, 32Strait of Hercules273Stratonice139Strozzi, Ercole and Tito729Stürmer, Wolfgang391nSturtz, Andreas6Sturtz, Georg168, 177, 180, 184, 189n2, 213, 312, 313, 315n22, 481, 520 patron and mentor5–8, 21–22, 47–49 dedications to7, 8, 12, 16, 24, 45–49, 55–63 Museum of12, 19–21, 45, 49, 135, 155, 157 portrait of, by Brosamer2 life of6–8 buys and remodels the Engelsburg6–7, 19–21 directs Eobanus’s medical studies5–6, 8–12 gives the impetus to Eobanus’s dietetic poem8–9, 47, 59, 63, 107 “Table of the Fevers”12, 14, 20, 26, 45, 49, 159Sulpizio da Veroli, Giovanni31Sun; sun god225, 390nsuperstition; superstitions289, 293, 381n51swan; swans emblem363n38 of Phoebus89 songs of345n26, 439, 732Swedes103sylvans223, 351Sylvius, Zacharias38n94, 39n96Syracusan flute329, 337Syracuse, ancient of (Archimedes)195Syrinx431, 435, 673, 722Tajo River125, 261, 618Tartar; Tartars85, 540Tartarus477See also underworldTauri, the243n55Tempe, Vale of166, 495temperaments (complexions), the four9, 17, 65–67, 111, 521 tetrastichs on42, 522–523Terence5, 47, 193n7Terpsichore149, 265Tethys513tetradic systems (in medical theory)64–65n, 65–67, 521–522See also quaterniansThalia; Thaleia149, 261, 243, 289Thamyras229Thebes229n30, 469Theocritus237, 309–311, 325, 329, 337, 391, 464n113, 465, 638, 652, 688, 754 translation of, into Latin verse55, 212, 311, 343, 635, 766–769 “The Cyclops”237n44, 312, 320, 331, 339, 481, 766, 771theologians117 conservative473n Scholastic193n9theology59, 127Theophrastus123Thesaurus Proverbiorum Medii Aevi518, 524, 526, 527, 539, 541, 607, 628, 667, 680, 681, 705, 717, 723, 728, 734–736, 739, 740, 752, 787, 789, 790See also proverbTheseus225, 226n18Thessalus145Thessaly166, 495Thisbe91Thrace243Thracians239Thrasybulus (Mutianus)361, 373–381Thuringia345, 363, 373, 383, 389, 413, 453, 499 praised349–351, 644, 647 uprising in467Thyrsis429–435, 721Tiberius, Emperor227Tiber River137Tibullus229, 659Tifernate, Gregorio598–599Tityrus (Petrejus Eberbach)373–381, 673 (Vergil)325, 351, 365, 415, 462n110, 463, 464n112, 465, 649, 660, 673, 709, 722Tobias, the younger257Tobit123topos; commonplace183n34, 692, 695, 723, 782 affected (rhetorical) modesty16n, 320n34, 415n76, 520, 637, 755 captation of good will109, 279n1 cursing the inventor544, 557 exordial18n52, 520, 558, 627 inexpressibility778 body a burden for the soul714 love a disease667 love an incurable wound702 lover a slave to his mistress706 poetry is immortal and makes immortal179n23, 622, 654, 693, 758tranquillity659, 662 blessed413, 415, 658 pastoral681 scholarly413 of mind199, 735Treaty of Cambrai447n96Trebelius, Hermann390–391n, 391, 437n, 449, 730, 742See also HeliadesTriton377triumph; triumphal parade212, 221–235, 237, 239, 269, 312, 481, 598–599Trojan War207n23Tros225Troy137, 225, 227, 243n59, 329n5, 337n12, 469Truchsess, Anna211, 247n65, 257–261, 265Turnus227n22Tydeus, son of (Diomedes)225n14Tyndareus113, 231, 562Ulm467Ulrich of Württemberg463n111, 465–467, 754Ulysses121–123, 123n64, 225, 243n59, 469, 688underworld; Hades223, 226n, 249, 391, 634, 686, 687, 694See also Dis; hell; TartarusUniversity of Erfurt3, 6, 34, 37, 343, 489n135, 505, 520, 659, 682 collapse of the3, 18, 312, 320–321, 335n, 383n53, 387n57, 498n145, 505–507 Collegium maius in the18 economic benefits of the791 Roman comedies acted at the505n148University of Leipzig5University of Marburg395, 463n111, 753University of Orléans6University of Prague21University of Vienna179, 315University of Wittenberg6, 8, 164, 390–391n, 488nUnstrut River453Urania (Christian)15–16, 63n14, 299, 631 (mythical)151, 267Ursa Major103n56Valens, Vectius (Vettius)145vampires311n10, 389–391, 685Van den Berghe (Montanus), Robert41–42Varus415Vegetius21n60Venetians, the445n93, 738Venice445–447, 739Venus77, 97, 117n63, 211–212, 214n11, 219–245, 249–271, 329, 331, 339, 359n32, 365, 369, 409, 411, 419, 431–435, 441, 481, 598–599, 706, 713; (plural) 351 daughters of (the Graces)713 flame of201 lament against237–247 rabbits and doves sacred to724 triumph of217–235, 599 wars of95Vergil; Maro26, 145, 229, 325, 331n8, 339n15, 367n, 373, 391, 415nn76–78, 462n109, 463n110, 638, 639, 647, 703, 730; (plural) 235, 471, 475 an erudite (Eobanus)7 Christian or modern (Mantuanus)309–310, 363, 635, 660 love affairs of229n31 portrait of168n17, 177 compared with Baptista Mantuanus363–365, 635, 660Aeneids (plural)235Appendix Vergiliana229n31, 524 eclogues91n45, 193, 309–310, 329n5, 337n12, 343, 354n, 393n62, 462n110, 649, 670, 688, 754See also Tityrusvernacular, the353, 389, 473, 477, 761, 775vice; vices59, 117, 119, 511, 787 catalogue of the493–495, 764See also debauchery; drunkenness; envy; hypocrisyVictory (personified)475Vida, Marco Girolamo321, 729Vienna179–180, 184See also University of ViennaViolantilla257Virtue (personified)489, 491, 509, 599Vistula River310Vos, Maarten de42, 522–523Vulcan135, 223Walther, Hans, Proverbia sententiaeque Latinitatis medii aevi543, 575, 645, 662, 717, 727, 735, 738, 740, 741, 743, 752, 761, 790See also proverbWar of the Landshut Succession397n66Weimar Disputation167Werra River389, 684Weser389, 463, 684Westphalians103William of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel3William II of Hesse335n, 392n, 395n64, 397nn66–68, 413, 463n111, 469, 690 eulogy for321, 341, 391, 392–393n62, 464n114, 754 exploits of341See also Iolaswine; wines73, 99, 105, 123, 135, 301, 485 Falernian103, 349 benefits of105, 531 harms of73, 105wisdom231, 347, 375, 415n75, 465, 507, 658; (personified) 505 proverbial717 Stoic735 of God303 of the world477 goddess of457n103 comes with advancing age645witches389n59, 685Witeschnik, Horst321Wittenberg. See University of Wittenbergwolf, wolves291, 351, 381, 385, 387, 395–399, 417, 419, 423, 445, 483, 648, 680Word of God. See BibleWouters, Jan41Württemberg, house of465Xanthus River135Zápolya, John273n79Zion, Mount297zodiac circle of the193 signs of the8, 9, 13n43, 14, 67n17, 521 Aquarius67, 521, 524 Aries67, 427n86, 521 Cancer67, 521, 524 Capricornus67, 521 Gemini67, 521 Leo67, 453, 521 Libra67, 521 Pisces67, 521 Sagittarius67, 521 Scorpio67, 521 Taurus67, 521 Virgo67, 521 trigons of the65nzythum107n, 556

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