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Studi medievali e umanistici, XVI

XVI (2018)

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2018, 293 pp., tavv. IV; 25 cm.
ISSN 2035-3774

€ 80

 

 

 

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Giovanni Cascio, La più antica redazione delle Invective contra medicum: un nuovo testimone
Péter Ertl, Problemi ecdotici ed esegetici in epistole del Petrarca
Valerio Sanzotta, «E Bizantia Florentiam spiritus eius advolavit»: gli Argumenta in decem Platonis dialogos di Marsilio Ficino
Rossella Bianchi, Lo zibaldone poetico dell’umanista ferrarese Daniele Fini (Ferrara, Biblioteca Comunale Ariostea, I 437)
Matteo Stefani, I prolegomeni di Bonaventura Vulcanius alla Ciropedia di Senofonte

TESSERE
F. Forner, Nuove fonti per l’epistolario del cardinale Enea Silvio Piccolomini
S. Pagliaroli, Nuove lettere di Giano Lascari e Giustino Decadio a Francesco II Gonzaga
L. Silvano, Una scheda per Giorgio Valla traduttore (Callimaco, epigr. 23 Pfeiffer)
S. Pagliaroli, Un nuovo autografo di Pietro Bembo

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ABSTRACT

Giovanni Cascio, La più antica redazione delle Invective contra medicum: un nuovo testimone
The subject of the article is a manuscript (Klosterneuburg, Augustiner-Chorherrenstift,
CCl 204 [=K]), which preserves the first redaction of the Invective contra medicum
by Petrarch. Until now, this early version of the tract directed against an
insolent physician, whose identity remains unknown, has been edited on the basis of
one testimony only (Gdańsk, Polska Akademia Nauk Biblioteka Gdańska, Mar. F.
256). The recovery of K not only allows for a more accurate text of the original Invectiva
to be established, but also sheds new light on the complex and manifold redactional
history of the work.

Péter Ertl, Problemi ecdotici ed esegetici in epistole del Petrarca
This article focuses on Petrarch’s collections of prose letters, with the aim of identifying
and analyzing a series of citations and reminiscences in the Liber sine nomine
and the Seniles that are not reported in the current editions of the two works, as well
as proposing an amendment to the text of the critical edition of Sine nomine IX, 8.
Moreover, an error found in the modern translations of Familiares XIII 4, 12 concerning
the identification of the Roman heroes is also corrected.

Valerio Sanzotta, «E Bizantia Florentiam spiritus eius advolavit»: gli Argumenta in decem Platonis dialogos di Marsilio Ficino
Ficino’s translation of Plato represents an unprecedented tipping point in the intellectual
panorama of the XVth century, not only because it brought Plato’s unknown
corpus back to the public, but mainly because Ficino was the first to commit
himself to a comprehensive interpretation of Plato’s text with his argumenta and
full commentaries. After presenting the history of Ficino’s translation of Plato’s
corpus, this contribution focuses on the argumenta to the first ten dialogues translated
for Cosimo de’ Medici in 1464, which are preserved in an autograph manuscript,
now separated in two parts. The hermeneutic tools Ficino used in his
interpretation of Plato are an object of special attention: by analysing the sources
of these argumenta, it is possible to discern how Ficino’s interpretative tools were
already by this time fully formed in their essential structure, not only regarding the
Latin authors, but also the Greek. The reader is also provided with a critical edition
of the first ten argumenta, together with sources and critical apparatus.

Rossella Bianchi, Lo zibaldone poetico dell’umanista ferrarese Daniele Fini (Ferrara, Biblioteca Comunale Ariostea, I 437)
The aim of this paper is to offer an analytical description of the ms. Ferrara, BCA I
437, a voluminous, autograph workbook of the Ferrara humanist Daniele Fini, who
collected in it a large number of his and his humanist friends’ poems during the first
half of the sixteenth century (by 1539). Through the clarification of the collection’s
origin, development, content the A. sheds new light on Fini’s literary profile, as well
as on some aspects and figures of the cultural environment in which he worked.

Matteo Stefani, I prolegomeni di Bonaventura Vulcanius alla Ciropedia di Senofonte
The paper provides the first critical edition of Bonaventura Vulcanius’ prolegomena
to a course on Xenophon’s Cyropaedia taught at Leiden University in 1584. The text
is based on Vulcanius’ autograph in the ms. Leiden, Bibliotheek der Rijksuniversiteit,
Vulc. 9, ff. 42r-44v.

F. ForNEr, Nuove fonti per l’epistolario del cardinale Enea Silvio Piccolomini
The new edition of the letters written by Enea Silvio Piccolomini when he was a
cardinal brings to light a vast correspondence which was not included in the collection
built by his nephews. They, for example, omitted the texts of the correspondence
between him and the Balia of Siena. These letters describe, among other
things, the private interests of the future Pius II, sometimes in contrast with those
of the political elite of his homeland. The letters we publish here, from the Count
Orlov’s manuscript collection, outline part of Goro Lolli’s judicial events, the future
most trusted collaborators of the Pope.

S. PAGLIAroLI, Nuove lettere di Giano Lascari e Giustino Decadio a Francesco
II Gonzaga
This essay provides a first edition of the letters – written in the years 1503, 1505
and 1506 by the Greek humanists Ianus Laskaris and Iustinus Dekadyos – held at
the State Archive of Mantua.

L. SILVANo, Una scheda per Giorgio Valla traduttore (Callimaco, epigr. 23 Pfeiffer)
This article focuses on a Latin translation of Callimachus’ epigram 23 Pf., possibly
the work of Giorgio Valla (1447-1500). The only known copy of it is written on a
leaf inserted in an exemplar of the 1549 Basel edition of the Greek Anthology (ed.
Jean Brodeau) now in the Cornell University Library. The A. provides an edition
of the text and a brief commentary, taking into account other 15th-16th century Latin
translations of the same epigram.

S. PAGLIAroLI, Un nuovo autografo di Pietro Bembo
This essay is a study on the oldest letters written by Pietro Bembo. It also provides
a new analysis of a letter by his father Bernardo (1502), held at the State archive
of Mantua, which the humanist had copied with some spelling peculiarities.

 

Il volgarizzamento pliniano di Cristoforo Landino

di Antonino Antonazzo

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2018, 274 pp., tavv. VIII; 25 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-79-3

€ 45

 

 

 

INDICE GENERALE

Premessa
Abbreviazioni bibliografiche
Tavola delle sigle
Introduzione

I. Genesi e tradizione del volgarizzamento

1. Il progetto del «principato» linguistico fiorentino
2. Landino e Plinio
3. I codici di dedica e l’editio princeps

II. Le fonti latine

III. Storia del testo

1. La revisione dei codici escorialensi
2. Il rapporto tra i testimoni
3. Le rubriche

IV. Fra teoria e prassi versoria

1. Il Proemio: un manifesto programmatico
2. Per un’analisi della tecnica traduttiva

V. La filologia di Landino

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Rara ac erudita volumina. La biblioteca di Carlo D’Aquino (1654-1737)

di Valentina Sestini

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2018, 369 pp.; 25 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-64-9

€ 45

 

 

 

INDICE GENERALE

Premessa

I. «Vir doctus ac probus»: vita e opere di Carlo d’Aquino

II. La biblioteca di Carlo d’Aquino. L’inventario ANT. CAT. 18 (Roma, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale ‘Vittorio Emanuele II’)

1. «Rara ac erudita volumina»: la ricostruzione della biblioteca
2. Il lettore Carlo d’Aquino: tracce d’esemplari

Catalogo della biblioteca di Carlo d’Aquino

Norme di consultazione Catalogo
Appendice

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Studi medievali e umanistici, XV

XV (2017)

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2017, 591 pp.; 25 cm.
ISSN 2035-3774

€ 80

 

 

 

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Dedica
Da Messina a Verona

Caterina Malta, «Pretransformari studeo». In margine a Triumphus Fame I
Michelangelo Zaccarello, «Come d’asse si trae chiodo con chiodo» (Triumphus Cupidinis III 66). Un’immagine di Petrarca fra Cicerone e Dante
Carla M. Monti, Gli esordi del pensiero politico signorile di Petrarca: i testi per Azzo da Correggio e Luchino Visconti
Aurelio Malandrino, Intorno ai codici petrarcheschi latini della Biblioteca Marciana
Fabio Forner, Petrarca a Verona: alcune considerazioni sui manoscritti petrarcheschi della Biblioteca Capitolare e della Biblioteca Civica
Lisa Ciccone, Petrarca parum prudens in un commento quattrocentesco all’Ars poetica di Orazio
Arnaldo Soldani, La forma sintattica dei sonetti di Sannazaro
Laura Facini, Il petrarchismo di Garcilaso. Alcune letture intertestuali (sonn. IV, XII, XV, XXII, XXVI)
Massimo Natale, Tasso e le canzoni degli occhi: in margine a Rime 1449-1451
Giovanni Cascio, Francesco Petrarca tra Jakob Heerbrand e Sigmund Ernhoffer: un episodio della ‘fortuna’ del Liber sine nomine nell’Europa della Riforma
Uberto Motta, Il gentiluomo innamorato: Petrarca, Castiglione, Shakespeare
Luca Mazzoni, Il Petrarca sconosciuto: l’edizione bodoniana di Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta e Triumphi (1799)
Antonio Rollo, Un Tetravangelo appartenuto a Manuele Crisolora e una nota con la sua data di nascita
Antonino Antonazzo, Gli excerpta pliniani di Landino
Stefano Pagliaroli, Giano Lascari, Venezia, Mantova e uno sconosciuto θησαυρός di lettere autografe
Paola de Capua, Tra Giano Vitale, Pietro Corsi e Niccolò Ridolfi
Giovanni Cascio, Due prolusioni di Demetrio Calcondila nella biblioteca di Hartmann Schedel

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ABSTRACT

Caterina Malta, «Pretransformari studeo». In margine a Triumphus Fame I
The article proposes a new critical text of the marginal notes added by Petrarch at the beginning of his original working copy of Triumphus Fame I and borne witness to in 16th-century copies. The textual restoration makes it possible to offer a more certain interpretation of their metapoetic meaning. The annotations are thus connected to the Augustinian theme of mutatio, in line with the moral and philosophical developments in the post-Secretum period.

Michelangelo Zaccarello, «Come d’asse si trae chiodo con chiodo» (Triumphus Cupidinis III 66). Un’immagine di Petrarca fra Cicerone e Dante
Among the exempla of lovers cited in Triumphus Cupidinis (III 66), Petrarch describes the Persian king Assuero marrying the prophetess Esther as «pulling a nail out of the wood with another nail»; in their order, the succession of rhyme-words that he uses hints at a direct reprise of the famous dialogue between Dante and Bonagiunta Orbicciani on the advent of a new lyric poetry (Purg. XXIV 51-57). Collecting various examples of this metaphor, from Greek literature to the Bible, from Cicero to Carmina Burana, this essay attempts to assess the general value of its meaning, with special attention to Dante. In a letter by St Jerome, the new love object introduced by the nail metaphor is deemed more deserving that the abandoned one; conversely, the lover moves on to a new feeling through a process of moral regeneration. The essay suggests that, via the nail metaphor, the Dantean view of the ‘sweet style’ may also be read in the same terms.

Carla M. Monti, Gli esordi del pensiero politico signorile di Petrarca: i testi per Azzo da Correggio e Luchino Visconti
Petrarch’s political thought is plainly in favour of the signory and this is well apparent from texts he wrote for Azzo da Correggio and Luchino Visconti, where the reasons of his disputed decision to live in Milan are made clear. The basic points are: monarchical government is better than government of many factions; political horizon must not sight city-state but Italy; supreme good to be pursued is peace; the prince has to be literate and protector of men of letters. Texts discussed are Dispersa 21, RVF CXXVIII, Fam. III 7 and VII 15, Epyst. II 11 and III 6.

Aurelio Malandrino, Intorno ai codici petrarcheschi latini della Biblioteca Marciana
The article introduces the census of all the manuscripts bearing Petrarch’s Latin works stored in the Marciana Library. The census is a fundamental resource in order to reconstruct the diffusion of Petrarch’s works and to carry out an exhaustive recensio. Moreover, the analytical description of the codices has produced many discoveries not dealing with Petrarch, such as an unknown miscellaneous manuscript written by Marin Sanudo and a letter which seems to testify the diffusion of Dante’s epistolography in Messina at the beginning 15th century.

Fabio Forner, Petrarca a Verona: alcune considerazioni sui manoscritti petrarcheschi della Biblioteca Capitolare e della Biblioteca Civica
Some, not very many, manuscripts, that hand down the Latin and Italian works of Petrarch, are preserved in the Biblioteca Capitolare and in the Biblioteca Civica of Verona. The Italian manuscripts usually contain the entire work of Petrarch, they are for the most part in parchment, written by well-known copyists, and embellished with miniatures and gilded friezes; they are linked to the names of famous Veronese humanists, first Felice Feliciano. As for the Latin works, we are faced with a tradition mainly per excerpta. This tradition gives an account of the long-lasting success of the moral writings of Petrarch.

Lisa Ciccone, Petrarca parum prudens in un commento quattrocentesco all’Ars poetica di Orazio
This article concerns a gloss about Petrarch transmitted by two manuscripts: Milano, Bibl. Ambrosiana, I 38 sup. and Firenze, Bibl. Riccardiana 3594. The gloss, which is part of an anonymous commentary on Horace’s Ars poetica, produced in the second part of XV century, says that Petrarch was «parum prudens», because «postquam Bucolicam edidit, ad plures scripsit qui versus quosdam corrigerent». The text contained in each of two manuscripts is probably a copy of notes derived from the same commentary explaned by a Guarino’s pupil. Finally, it is pointed out that the commentaries have some interesting glosses in common with the Martino Filetico’s exegesis on the same Ars poetica.

Arnaldo Soldani, La forma sintattica dei sonetti di Sannazaro
Sannazaro’s sonnet moves between two definite and apparently opposite stylistic characterisations. On the one hand it shows a classical attention to the deep features of the metrical form and its balance, that is to say a frequent and very aware assumption of a conventional syntactic structure. On the other hand it shows an extraordinary ductility and articulation of the discursive line, in each case adapted to the needs of the argumentation.

Laura FaciniIl petrarchismo di Garcilaso. Alcune letture intertestuali (sonn. IV, XII, XV, XXII, XXVI)
The poet of Toledo, Garcilaso de la Vega, is closely related to the circle of Neapolitan poets of the early sixteenth century. The article includes a preliminary introduction about the Spanish author – his life, works and cultural context – and then focuses on a comparative analysis of five sonnets in relation to some texts of Tebaldeo, Sannazaro, Tansillo, Aquilano, Cariteo, Bernardo Tasso, of the first model Petrarch, of his Spanish friend Juan Boscán, and other poets. The study shows the figure of an author who proves to not give in to an easy imitation, banal and obvious, but instead suggests a personal style without ever leaving the Neapolitan cultural domain.

Massimo Natale, Tasso e le canzoni degli occhi: in margine a Rime 1449-1451
The aim of the article is to analyse three Torquato Tasso poems, which are a sort of rewriting of the well known Francesco Petrarca’s cantilenae oculorum. Duly reinserted into his historical and philological frame, the texts will be the object of a thematic and intertextual examination, whose key expedient is the replacement of the main element of Petrarca’s lyrics – the eyes – with the beloved woman’s hands. In addition to a comparison with the figurative tradition, in which the role of the hand assumes a central importance throughout the entire Renaissance, the intervention focuses on the ‘logic of challenge’ that constitutes the core of the sequence: in competition with the Petrarchan pattern, the author displays here an original, personal ‘poetics of praise’.

Giovanni Cascio,  Francesco Petrarca tra Jakob Heerbrand e Sigmund Ernhoffer: un episodio della ‘fortuna’ del Liber sine nomine nell’Europa della Riforma
The article aims to shed light on a little-known episode of the reception of Petrarch’s Liber sine nomine in the context of the theological controversies between Catholics and Protestants at the end of the 16th century. Petrarch’s anti-curial letters became a battleground between the Reformed theologian Jakob Heerbrand and the Jesuit Sigmund Ernhoffer. The contribution offers a glimpse of the forms and methods both of Petrarch’s recruitment as a forerunner of the Reformation by the Protestant intellectual, and of the defense of his doctrinal correctness advanced by a Catholic intellectual.

Uberto Motta, Il gentiluomo innamorato: Petrarca, Castiglione, Shakespeare
In Italian and European Renaissance, Petrarch is a model of poetic style as of behavior and manners, chiefly in love affairs; and his Canzoniere is received as a repertoire of sentiments and ideals from time to time adopted, recommended, censored. To illustrate the dynamics involved in this cultural system, a comparison is here proposed between three famous texts. That is the 16th sonnet of the Canzoniere, Movesi il vecchierel canuto et biancho, of chapters 66-69 of the IV book of The Book of the Courtier by Baldassarre Castiglione, and of the first act of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

Luca MazzoniIl Petrarca sconosciuto: l’edizione bodoniana di Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta e Triumphi (1799)
The edition of Rerum vulgarium fragmenta and Triumphi published in 1799 by Bodoni and edited by Giovanni Iacopo Dionisi and Bartolomeo Perazzini has been quickly forgotten by scholars. In the fisrt part of my essay I reconstruct the history of this edition, with some information coming both from the recently-published letters of the two Veronese scholars and from some unpublished letters. In the second part, I analyse the Introduction of the edition, in which some textual and exegetical issues are posed.

Antonio RolloUn Tetravangelo appartenuto a Manuele Crisolora e una nota con la sua data di nascita
This paper focuses on a Tetraevangelium (Par. gr. 67) bearing the usual Greek-Latin title that refers to Manuel Chrysoloras’ library. The manuscript also contains a chronological note recurring in MS Vat. gr. 1299. The connection of this note with an epitaph composed for Chrysoloras’ death allows to establish the date of his birth.

Antonino AntonazzoGli excerpta pliniani di Landino
This article examines Cristoforo Landino’s autograph manuscript Ricc. 154: it reveals a wide collection of excerpts from Pliny’s Naturalis historia, as a result of a systematic perusal of the whole encyclopedia. The A. locates the stemmatic position of the plinian source, illustrates the humanist’s method of compilation and proposes a chronology.

Stefano Pagliaroli, Giano Lascari, Venezia, Mantova e uno sconosciuto θησαυρός di lettere autografe
The essay illustrates the discovery in the State Archive of Mantua of a wide, friendly, unknown exchange of letters between Ianus Lascari and the marquis Franciscus II Gonzaga. It allows us to fill a large lacuna for the years 1503-1509 in the biography of the Byzantine humanist, who busily worked to promote aid to his countrymen. The correspondence is in Italian vernacular and very rich in public and private news. Many of Lascari’s letters are autograph and all bear his calligraphic signature.

Paola de Capua, Tra Giano Vitale, Pietro Corsi e Niccolò Ridolfi
By the examination of a large number of literary texts still now unknown the paper reconstructs the relationship between the Italian humanist Pietro Corsi and the French court, including the role of the cardinal Gabriel de Gramont, and clarifies a literary polemic produced in Rome whose protagonists were Corsi, the cardinal Niccolò Ridolfi and the Palermitan humanist Giano Vitale. In the paper’s Appendix the author gives the edition (with Italian translation) of three poems still unpublished: the elegy dedicated from Pietro Corsi to Niccolò Ridolfi; the fake and ironic reply, from ps. Ridolfi to Corsi; the final Corsi’s apologia composed by Giano Vitale.

Giovanni Cascio, Due prolusioni di Demetrio Calcondila nella biblioteca di Hartmann Schedel
The article focuses on two inaugural orations in praise of the Greek language and literature by the Byzatine émigré Demetrius Chalcondyles delivered at the University of Padua in the years 1463-64. This contribution’s primary aim is to offer a renewed critical edition of these academic speeches on the basis of the two surviving manuscripts (Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 350 and 28128), both transcribed and owned by the Bavarian humanist Hartmann Schedel. The critical text is introduced by an ample historico-cultural framework and accompanied by the first Italian translation.

Pascoli e le vie della tradizione

Atti del convegno internazionale di studi
(Messina, 3-5 dicembre 2012), a cura di
Vincenzo Fera, Francesco Galatà,
Daniela Gionta, Caterina Malta

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2017, 903 pp.; 25 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-70-0

€ 100

 

INDICE GENERALE

Premessa
Guido Baldassarri, L’officina ‘Conviviale’ e i classici
Giovanni Bàrberi Squarotti, Tradizione classica e tematica risorgimentale nell’ultimo Pascoli
Francesco Bausi, Dall’isola dei poeti alla buona madre Bologna. Il nuovo Pascoli di Odi e Inni
Mario Tropea, Socialismo, colonialismo, emigrazione nell’opera di Giovanni Pascoli
Giorgio Forni, Guerra e pace nell’oratoria messinese
Francesco Citti, «Son favole»: percorsi pascoliani tra saggi letterari e traduzioni. Con in appendice La favola in Grecia e a Roma
Filippo Lovatin, Sul tavolo di Pascoli traduttore. Prove inedite da Virgilio e Catullo
Nicolò Mineo, Ulisse/Odisseo tra Dante e Pascoli
Marco Bianchi, Il ritorno di Odisseo in Odi e Inni: musica, mito, autobiografismo
Vincenzo Fera, Xavier Van Binnebeke, Daniela Gionta, Per una nuova edizione dei Carmina
Paola De Capua, I motti dei carmi presentati ad Amsterdam
Patrizia Paradisi, I capelli di Crepereia, altre innuptae puellae e le ragazze di Pompei. Appunti per alcune fonti pascoliane, da Virgilio a Vitrioli
Mariella Bonvicini, Il corvo nei Carmina
Massimo Castoldi, La religione di Tristano. Ricognizioni tra Pascoli e Cesca
Carla Chiummo, Note su Pascoli e il Quattrocento
Francesco Galatà, Tiberio poppante e la lunga storia di un Conviviale
Francesca Latini, Il Principino: un divertimento letterario
Giuseppe Nava, Ancora su Pascoli e Leopardi
Aldo Onorato, Il dittico leopardiano Il Sabato e La Ginestra
Sebastiano Valerio, Pascoli, l’insegnamento classico e la scuola post-unitaria
Giuseppe Rando, Giovanni Pascoli alle soglie del nichilismo (e del pacifismo)
Mario Strati, Lettere di Pascoli ad Alberto Lumbroso
Cinzia Emmi, «Una voce di vento solitaria»: Girolamo Ragusa Moleti amanuense e lettore di Pascoli
Silvia Rizzo, Reminiscenze pascoliane nei Neue Gedichte di Rilke?
Cosimo Cucinotta, La Sicilia di Pascoli tra memoria e mito

WORKSHOP
Gabriela Caravaglio, Il Fanciullino tra Leopardi e Vico
Raphael Merida, Per la lingua di Pascoli prosatore
Francesca Suppa, L’orazione messinese L’Èra nuova: Pascoli, Rohde, Spencer e l’anima

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Per il testo delle Elegie e degli Epigrammi di Iacopo Sannazaro

di Anita di Stefano

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2017, XVIII+221 pp., tavv. VII; 25 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-66-3

€ 45

 

 

 

INDICE GENERALE

Premessa
Abbreviazioni bibliografiche
I. Storia di una perenne perfettibilità
II. L’autografo ambrosiano e gli zibaldoni viennesi
III. L’archivio dell’attività poetica (Vat. lat. 3361)
IV. Testimonianze apografe e la vicenda delle antiche stampe
V. Linee dell’iter redazionale dei carmi
VI. L’elegia a Federico d’Aragona
VII. Per una recensio della tradizione manoscritta e a stampa dei carmina
VIII. Prospectus carminum

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Studi sul Poliziano volgare

di Daniela Delcorno Branca

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, (Cultura e Contesto, 2), 2016, 310 pp.; 25 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-65-6

€ 70

 

 

 

Tabula gratulatoria
Premessa

I. Tradizione classica e poesia volgare

Il modello ovidiano: le Metamorfosi nei bassorilievi del Palazzo di Venere
Fra commento e poesia. Schede per le Stanze
Poliziano e il pathos a repetitione

II. Il laboratorio delle Rime

Per il linguaggio dei rispetti
Metodo umanistico e presenza di Esopo nelle Rime
Lucrezia, Poliziano, Lorenzo: convergenze fra lirica sacra e lirica profana
Per la lauda alla Vergine

III. Il professore-poeta

Percorsi danteschi
Il Petrarca di Poliziano. Primi appunti
L’incontro con l’Umanesimo bolognese

Abbreviazioni bibliografiche
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Pontico Virunio tra storia, mito e letteratura


di Alessandra Tramontana

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2017, XXV+349 pp.; 25 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-73-1

€ 75

 

 

 

INDICE GENERALE

Premessa
Abbreviazioni bibliografiche
Sigle dei codici
Abbreviazioni delle stampe

I. La leggenda di Pontico Virunio

II. La biografia dell’Ubaldi

III. I manoscritti

IV. L’attività filologica e letteraria

1. Sulla biblioteca di Pontico Virunio
2. Il ruolo del greco e gli Erotemata
3. Greco ed esegesi
4. Il De corruptis nominibus et obscuris locis auctorum
5. Tracce di esegesi

V. L’attività editoriale

1. Pontico  corrector a Reggio e a Ferrara
2. La collaborazione con Gershom Soncino
3. L’epistola a Gershom Soncino

APPENDICE
Le prefazioni alle stampe

I. Erotemata Guarini, Rhegii Lingobardiae 1501, X Iulii
II. DEMETRI  MOSCHI  LACONIS hoc ad Helenam et Alexandrum. Pontico Virunio interprete, Rhegii Lingobardiae [post  15 maggio 1500]
III. Statuta magnificae communitatis Rhegii, Rhegii Lingobardiae MCCCCC, XI Septembris
IV. Opera Luciani philosophi luculentissimi […], Bononiae anno Domini MCCCCCII, die vero 10 Februarii
V. LIBANIUS , De modo epistolandi noviter traductus ex graeco in latinum per excellentissimum virum dominum Ponticum Virunium, Papiae anno Domini 1504, die 15 Martii
VI. PONTICI  VIRUNII Historiae britannicae libri sex, ex Rhegio Ligustico MDVIII, VI calendis Apryllis
VII. Erotemata Guarini cum multis additamentis, et cum commentariis latinis, Ferrariae anno Domini MDIX, die XIII Martii
VIII. ODORICHUS, De rebus incognitis, Esauri [pro Pisauri] MDXIII, idibus Martii
IX. Loca ignorata hactenus in Ibin Ovidii, in Officiis Ciceronis, in Virgilio, in Tibullo et loca aliorum. PONTICI Sylvae , Isauri [pro Pisauri] MDXIII, quinto idus Maii
X. PONTICI  VIRUNII Oratio in funere Elisabeth Vicedomine trimeris [Reggio, post  2 aprile 1517]

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Microcosmo letterario a Roma nella prima metà del Cinquecento

di Paola de Capua

Messina, Centro Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, 2016, 268 pp.; 22 cm.
ISBN 978-88-87541-63-2

€ 45

 

 

 

INDICE GENERALE

Premessa
I. Le celebrazioni capitoline del 1513 e l’Epulum di Giulio Simone siculo
II. Il codice Vat. lat. 5356
III. Savoia e la sodalitas dei Savoini
IV. I 72 esegeti
V. I sodalitia urbani in due lettere a Iacopo Sadoleto
VI. La Ninfa dell’Acqua Vergine e i poeti negli horti del Colocci
VII. Il Molza e il carme ai sodali degli horti blosiani

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