Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Albasitensis

Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Albacete 2018)

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Every third year, the members of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS) assemble for a week-long conference. Over the years, this event has evolved into the largest single conference in the field of Neo-Latin studies. The papers presented at these conferences offer, then, a general overview of the current status of Neo-Latin research; its current trends, popular topics, and methodologies. In 2018, the members of IANLS gathered for a conference in Albacete (Spain) on the theme of “Humanity and Nature: Arts and Sciences in Neo-Latin Literature”. This volume presents the conference’s papers which were submitted after the event and which have undergone a peer-review process. The papers deal with a broad range of fields, including literature, history, philology, and religious studies.

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Florian Schaffenrath (Ph.D. 2005), University of Innsbruck, is director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies. He has published on regional Neo-Latin literature and epic poetry in particular. Since 2018, he is general editor of the Acta Conventus Neo-Latini.

María Teresa Santamaría Hernández (Ph.D. 1998) is Full Professor of Latin Philology and director of the research centre Toledo School of Translators (University of Castilla-La Mancha). She is specialized in Latin medical texts and has edited early modern writings on medicine.
XVIIth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies
Programme
Presidential Address
Ingrid A. R. De Smet

List of Illustrations

Plenary Papers

1 Le De Alea (1561) de Pascasius, ou l’invention des addictions et de la thérapie analytique
Jean-François Cottier

2 Petrarca e la natura
Carla Maria Monti

3 “Conquering Greece”: On the Correct Way to Translate in Fifteenth-Century Humanist Translation Theory
Marianne Pade

4 Autor/Erzähler und Fiktion im neulateinischen Roman: Ein Beitrag zu einer historischen Narratologie
Stefan Tilg

5 Apuntes sobre la transmisión textual de la versión latina de la Política de Leonardo Bruni
Juan J. Valverde Abril

Communications

6 La Compendiosa Historia Hispanica (1470) como fuente en el primer Renacimiento castellano
Guillermo Alvar Nuño

7 L’humaniste suisse Heinrich Glaréan (1488–1563), vir bonus dicendi et docendi peritus
David Amherdt

8 La relevancia de los paratextos de las primeras ediciones de Marciano Capela para la crítica textual
Manuel Ayuso

9 Fonctions et effets des titres-résumés dans les miscellanées philologiques de la Renaissance
Valéry Berlincourt

10 From puer to iuuenis: Peder Hegelund’s Self-Reflecting Portrayal of Danish Christian III in the Epicedion de Inclyto et Serenissimo Rege Christiano III
Anders Kirk Borggaard

11 Shaping a Poem: Some Remarks on Paul of Krosno and His Horatianism
Elwira Buszewicz

12 Le scritture esposte e il latino in Italia fra XIV e XV secolo
Nadia Cannata

13 Commenter Quinte-Curce au xvie siècle : Premières observations
Lucie Claire

14 Bernardo Michelozzi e Francesco Pucci, amici di penna
Claudia Corfiati

15 The Bird-Catcher’s Wiles: Pietro Angeli da Barga’s De Aucupio
Ingrid A. R. De Smet

16 La tradición latina renacentista del De simplicium medicamentorum facultatibus de Galeno
Marina Díaz Marcos

17 Aspects of Nature and People in Early Travel Literature (Fifteenth to Sixteenth Centuries)
Roumpini Dimopoulou

18 Bonaventura Vulcanius in Spain: Some Poems
Ignacio J. García Pinilla

19 La versión latina del tratado aristotélico De sensu (Parva naturalia) de Sepúlveda
Paraskevi Gatsioufa

20 The Practicing Poet: Petrarch, Dedalus, and the Dynamics of Poetic Creativity in the Bucolicum carmen
Donald Gilman

21 The Epigrammata Antiquae Urbis (1521) and the Muses: a Little-Known Chapter in Sixteenth-Century Latin Poetry
Gerard González Germain

22 La figure du tyran dans les Adages d’Érasme
Lika Gordeziani

23 From Caesar to the Rantzaus: Allegory, Fiction and Reality in Heinrich Rantzau’s De obitu nobilissimae matronae Annae Rantzoviae Domini Ioannis Rantzovij coniugis Ecloga
Trine Arlund Hass

24 Epigramme et épopée : quelques exemples tirés de l’épigramme lyonnaise des années 1530–40
Sylvie Laigneau-Fontaine

25 Ovidio neo-latino tra Cinque e Seicento: un percorso italo-europeo
Marco Leone

26 Nunc erit beatior … L’homme et la nature dans la troisième épode de Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski
Maria Łukaszewicz-Chantry

27 L’art de conférer chez Érasme
Eric MacPhail

28 Mankind’s Public and Private Roles in Collectanea Moralis Philosophiae (1571)
Ana I. C. Martins

29 Prefazioni e dediche nelle edizioni degli storici greci tra politica e divulgazione
Maria Stefania Montecalvo

30 Dutch Late Humanism and Its Aftermath: the Reception of Hugo Grotius’ Biblical Scholarship
Henk Nellen

31 The Merging of Linguistic Idioms in the Commentary Genre: the Case of Alejo Vanegas of Toledo (1542)
Daniel Nodes

32 La quaestio An terra moveatur an quiescat di Giovanni Regiomontano
Pietro Daniel Omodeo e Alberto Bardi

33 Los cuatro epigramas latinos de Alonso García en alabanza del Libro de la melancholia (Sevilla, 1585) de su discípulo Andrés Velásquez
Joaquín Pascual-Barea

34 Amato Lusitano: El relato patográfico del morbo gálico
María Jesús Pérez Ibáñez

35 Nuevos retos para el estudio de la poesía jesuítica latina del siglo XVIII
Carlos Ángel Rizos Jiménez

36 Fonti scientifiche in contesti scolastici: La metafora medica nei commenti a Persio del Secondo Quattrocento
Federica Rossetti

37 Continuidad y variación en el tratamiento de la rabia: de Gratio (s. I) a Aurifaber (s. XVI)
María de Lourdes Santiago Martínez

38 Magnetism’s Transformation from Natural Phenomenon to Literary Metaphor
Raija Sarasti-Wilenius

39 Natural and Artificial Objects in Conrad Gessner’s Book on “Fossils”
Petra Schierl

40 Educazione e politica nelle lettere di Costanza da Varano
Margherita Sciancalepore

41 Städtelob und Zeitkritik: Die Frankfurt-Episode im Iter Argentoratense (1544) des Humanisten Georg Fabricius
Robert Seidel

42 Seven Types of Intertextuality, and the Emic/Etic Distinction
Minna Skafte Jensen

43 A Dowry Recovered after Three Decades: Diego Gracián’s Spanish Editions of Ioannes Dantiscus’ Hymns Revisited
Anna Skolimowska

44 Neo-Latin and Russian in Mikhail V. Lomonosov’s Panegyric for Elizaveta Petrovna (1749)
Anna Smirnova

45 De interpretibus Iacobi Vanierii e Societate Jesu sacerdotis inter poetas Hungaros
László Szörényi

46 The Weaver of Light: Divine Origin of Nature and Natural Science in Carlo Noceti’s Iris
Irina Tautschnig

47 Notas sobre la correspondencia manuscrita de Christoph Sand
Pablo Toribio

48 Cum Apolline Christus: Personal Mottos of Humanists from the Czech Lands
Marta Vaculínová

49 Lettere alla corte aragonese: L’epistolario di Antonio Galateo, i re di Napoli e l’Accademia
Sebastiano Valerio

50 The Latin and the Swedish Versions of J. Widekindi’s Historia Belli Sveco-Moscovitici Decennalis: the Nature of the Differences
Arsenii Vetushko-Kalevich

51 Il bestiario “non inutile e giocondo” dell’umanista Pier Candido Decembrio
Éva Vígh

52 Der Humanist in der Krise: Zur Rolle der Poesie im Leben des Rigaer Humanisten David Hilchen
Kristi Viiding

53 Nepenthes – Trank der Helena: Die umstrittene Identität eines ‚homerischen‘ pharmakon in gelehrten Debatten des 17. Jahrhunderts
Benjamin Wallura

54 Martinus Szent-Ivany’s Notion of scientia: Some Preliminary Notes on the Semantics of Neo-Latin Science
Svorad Zavarský

Index
All interested in Neo-Latin Studies in general, in early modern history, in humanism, the reception of classical literature, in book history, in early modern philology, and translation studies. Keywords: Neo-Latin studies, humanism, early modern history, reception of classics, history of philosophy, early modern science, Jesuit literature.