GW. Datenbank «Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke» Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Neo-Latin Studies. This is not an all-encompassing Neo-Latin database.
It is a working tool for documenting and retrieving the information about the works and authors, which the institute members encounter in their research and is as such necessarily highly selective. To broaden the database and create synergies, we plan to include the biobibliographical data from other projects and institutions. If you have (or plan to gather) biobibliographical data on Neo-Latin literature which you would like to put online and integrate with other similar data, our database offers an easily accessible system, with the clear identification of data contributed by your project at the front-end and additional functions in our flexible background system. Should you be interested in cooperation, please contact us. Proceed to the database. Medievalist - Ukrainian Latin literature. Germania latina - Latinitas teutonica: Acta electronica. Kongressbeiträge Herausgeber (edited by): Eckhard Keßer & Heinrich C.
O Polizianu i Cortesiju. Texas Studies in Literature and Language - Against the Vernacular: Ciceronian Formalism and the Problem of the Individual. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Texas Studies in Literature and Language 46.1 (2004) 107-148 My goal is to show the significance of a family quarrel within Renaissance humanism for the humanism, much more broadly conceived, of current debate.
Renaissance humanism, at its narrowest and most orthodox, required the imitation of approved classical authors and especially the cultivation of Golden Latin prose style. Golden Latin meant Cicero preeminently, but also included Livy (the focus of my argument later on), who had applied Ciceronian rhetoric to the writing of history, the one major prose form Cicero himself did not attempt.
Even a northern, Protestant, and relatively late practitioner of humanist pedagogy could limit his Latin curriculum to these two authors alone, as Roger Ascham reports having done with his foremost student, the princess Elizabeth. Mozilla Firefox. Modern & Medieval Languages On-line texts Intratext Digital library in various languages, including Latin Poetiditalia Latin works of Italian poets Forumromanum Digital library of Latin literature Gallica Vast corpus of texts in all areas, in original versions Bibliography Analytic bibliography of on-line neo-Latin texts with hyperlinks Thelatinlibrary Classical latin authors Camena Early modern Latin texts in original versions Research instruments Library catalogues Other useful sites.
Bibliographical Aid to the Study of Renaissance Latin Texts. Homepage M.v.d.Poel Last update 8 September 2010 Please note that the URL of this site will be modified shortly from to This bibliography is continually updated with new titles. The compiler welcomes corrections and suggestions ( firstname.lastname@example.org) Neulateinisches Jahrbuch — Universität Bonn. Herausgegeben von Marc Laureys und Karl August Neuhausen Production Editor: Astrid Steiner-Weber Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim - Zürich - New York Während die antike Literatur seit langem in zahlreichen Zeitschriften behandelt und auch die mittelalterliche Latinität schon durch einige Spezialzeitschriften abgedeckt wird, ist das noch größere Gesamtgebiet der neulateinischen Sprache und Literatur, das immerhin von Petrarca bis zur Gegenwart reicht, bisher nur durch die Humanistica Lovaniensia als einziges wissenschaftliches Fachorgan vertreten.
Camoenae Hungaricae. We have been planning publication of a new periodical for quite a long time—one that would provide an appropriate international forum to present Hungarian Neo-Latin philology.
This seems all the more necessary, because—as a result of the negotiations started in 2000 in Cambridge—on the Twelfth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Bonn, 2003), Hungary was given the privilege of hosting the Thirteenth International Congress (2006). The editorial board consists of editors of the Irodalomtörténeti Közlemények (Review of Literary History, Publications d’histoire littéraire, Literaturhistorische Mitteilungen, Rassegna di storia letteraria), a periodical in Hungarian, established in 1891.
AN ANALYTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ON-LINE NEO-LATIN TEXTS. This page was first posted January 1, 1999 and most recently updated on April 13, 2014 .
The reader may be interested to know that it currently contains 47,155 records. I urge all those are able to suggest additions or corrections to this bibliograpy as well as those who post new texts on the Web, to inform me by e-mail, so that this bibliography can be kept accurate and up to date. I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to all the individuals who have supplied me with corrections and information (I extend especial thanks to Klaus Graf, Tommy Tyberg and J.
R. Stockton, who are both responsible for the addition of many hundreds of bibliographical items to this list. A few further Neo-Latin on-line texts are omitted here because an invalid URL address is provided. NOTE: in addition to standard abbreviations, in this bibliography the special abbreviation dpr (“digitized photographic reproduction”) is employed; unless otherwise specified, the file in question is in PDF format.
Renæssanceforum. Humanistica Lovaniensia. Description Order Information Editorial Board Notes for Contributors Volumes and Information Contents Description Humanistica Lovaniensia publishes articles on Neo-Latin topics in Latin, English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, as well as critical editions of Neo-Latin texts with translations and commentaries.
Furthermore, this publication contains an Instrumentum Lexicographicum Neolatinum and the annual systematically ordered bibliography of Neo-Latin studies (Instrumentum bibliographicum neolatinum), accompanied by critical notes. The journal is fully indexed (mss. and personal names). Volume 1 through 16 were edited by the late Mgr. Order Information Orders for separate volumes and standing orders should be sent to the publisher: Leuven University Press ( Blijde-Inkomststraat 5, B-3000 Leuven, Belgium (Fax: +32 16 325352; e-mail).
Librarians who wish for an exchange with Humanistica Lovaniensia should apply to the Librarian of the University Library of Leuven (K.U.L.): Dr.