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Reply #26 - 25.05.2012 at 08:47:39
 
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Early Modern Letters Online (EMLO)
 
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Welcome to a new union catalogue of sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century correspondence, now in public beta!


Created by the Cultures of Knowledge Project with generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Early Modern Letters Online — EMLO — is a combined finding aid and editorial interface for basic descriptions of early modern correspondence. This public prototype combines calendars of eight contributing collections. However, with the continuing addition of metadata on letters — manuscript, printed, and digital — by other individuals, projects, and repositories, EMLO aims to become the first freely available union catalogue of these often elusive documents. Search or Browse our existing collections, and find out how you can Contribute...

 
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12004 People
3646 Locations
560 Organisations
105 Repositories

8 Catalogues
60529 Letters
65447 Letter Versions
9332 Images
26263 Comments
15977 Related resources

 
 
 
Search for "Melanchton, Philipp, 1497-1560" produced:
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0 letters written ♦ 0 letters received ♦ 1 letters mentioning
(the mentioning letter is this one (by Comenius).
 
Search for "Erasmus, Desiderius, 1466-1536" produced: "0 letters written ♦ 0 letters received ♦ 3 letters mentioning " (letters from 1581, 1636, 1647). <http://tinyurl.com/87ukd4q >
 
According to the search for "People": Either no single letter mentiones Aristotle, or he didn't make it into the meta data.
Doing a quick search over all fields shows: the second alternative is true:
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1 Comment on letter Robinson is most likely referring to a work by sixteenth-century classicist Francesco Robertello, who wrote the first major commentary on Aristotle's Poetics.

19 Feb 1702: Robinson, Tancred (Sir), 1657-1748 (London, England) to Lister, Martin, 1639-1712 (Leatherhead, Surrey, England)


Found in Comment: , who wrote the first major commentary on Aristotle's Poetics.
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2 Comment on letter The works that Robinson recommends would help Lister with his edition of Apicius. Robinson is most likely referring to a work by 16th-c. classicist Francesco Robertello, who wrote the first major commentary on Aristotle's Poetics

4 Apr 1702: Robinson, Tancred (Sir), 1657-1748 (Norfolk Street, London, England) to Lister, Martin, 1639-1712 (Leatherhead, Surrey, England)


Found in Comment: commentary on Aristotle's Poetics
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3 Letter 27 Aug 1698: Wallis, John (Dr), 1616-1703 to Fletcher, Andrew (fl. 1698)

Year: 1698


Found in Keywords: music; Aristotle; Plato; dancing; poetry

4 Letter Unknown date: Browne, Thomas (Sir), 1605-1682 to Wilkin (fl. before 1682)

Author as marked: Browne, Sir T., 1605-1683


Found in Abstract: of nourishment, exercise, corpuscles of the body. References to Hippocrates and Aristotle.
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5 Letter Unknown date: Wallis, J. (pseudonym) to C., J. (pseudonym)

Author as marked: Wallis, J, pseudonym, Prof. of Astronomy


Found in Abstract: la Aristotle to existence and extinction.
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6 Letter Jul 1642: Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649 (Amsterdam, North Holland, (United Provinces) Netherlands) to Raue, Johann, 1610-1679

Author as marked: Vossius, G.J., 1577-1649

Year: 1642


Found in Abstract: to the attainment of high honours, and following this his 2 years' devotion to a critical study of Aristotle, he
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7 Comment on letter The letter is dated due to its subject manner and its relation to another letter from Robinson of the same date which said he could not procure the Robertelli edition. Robinson subsequently wrote this upon coming home and finding the Robertelli volume delivered to him; the volume in question is Francesco Robortello, De vita et victu populi Romani. (Bologna, 1559). Robertello wrote the first major commentary on Aristotle's Poetics. Lister wanted to consult his work for his edition of Apicius.

4 Apr 1702: Robinson, Tancred (Sir), 1657-1748 (London, England) to Lister, Martin, 1639-1712 (Leatherhead, Surrey, England)


Found in Comment: on Aristotle's Poetics. Lister wanted to consult his work for his edition of Apicius.
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8 Letter 20 Apr 1634: Couringius, H. (fl. 1634) (Helmstedt, Lower Saxony, Germany) to Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649

Author as marked: Couringius, H

Year: 1634


Found in Abstract: Aristotle's Rhetoric is what concerns him and he appeals to V's. mature Judgment to guide his
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9 Letter 8 Jan 1566: Everhardus, Nicolaus, 1495-1570 (Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany, (Holy Roman Empire)) to Zuichemus, Viglius, 1507-1577

Author as marked: Everhart, Carolus Nicolaus, 1495-1570

Year: 1566


Found in Abstract: A beautiful Ciceronian encomium larded with philosophical reflections (Aristotle quoted) rehearsing
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10 Letter 9 Feb 1795: Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805 (Hammersmith Terrace, Hammersmith, Greater London, England) to Griffiths, Ralph, 1720-1803

Author as marked: Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805

Year: 1795


Found in Abstract: He apologises on many grounds for not having given an account of Pye's notes on Aristotle.
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11 Letter 8 Dec 1778: Tyrwhitt, Thomas, 1730-1786 (Welbeck Street, Paddington, Westminster, London, England) to D'Orville, Jean b.1734

Author as marked: Tyrwitt, Thos., 1730-1786

Year: 1778


Found in Abstract: or Aristotle's Poetics.
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12 Letter Jul 1633: Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649 (Amsterdam, North Holland, (United Provinces) Netherlands) to Patraeus (fl. 1633)

Author as marked: Vossius, G.J., 1577-1649

Year: 1633


Found in Abstract: ., that Rhetorica and Alexandrunum is not Aristotle's work. He agrees with the conjecture that it was by Anaximenes.
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13 Letter 20 Dec: Wake, William, 1657-1737 to Charlett, Arthur (Reverend), 1655-1722

Author as marked: Wake, William. Archbp. of Canterbury 1716-37.


Found in Abstract: About St. W. Rawlinson's Law Catalogues. Remarks on the printing of Aristotle's Rhetoric. &c.
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14 Letter 15 Nov 1714: Wanley, Humfrey, 1672-1726 to Charlett, Arthur (Reverend), 1655-1722

Author as marked: Wanley, Humfrey. 1672-1726. antiquary.

Year: 1714


Found in Abstract: About various M.S.S. of Aristotle, in the King's, the Bp. of Ely's & other Libraries, Wants
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15 Letter 25 Mar 1725: West, James, 1703-1772 to Hearne, Thomas, 1678-1735

Author as marked: West, James, antiquary

Year: 1725


Found in Abstract: March 25, 1725. J. West to H. "(Rawl. 11. 114). The Image of Ypocresy, the MS. of Aristotle
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16 Letter 4 Apr 1584: Wood, James (fl. 1584) to Young, Peter (Sir), 1544-1628

Author as marked: Wood, James

Year: 1584


Found in Abstract: being about to be recalled to Scotland. He extols Y. as being to the king what Aristotle
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17 Letter 21 Mar 1671: Lister, Martin, 1639-1712 (York, North Yorkshire, England) to Ray, John, 1627-1705

Year: 1671


Found in Abstract: trees", and he presented evidence from Redi, Aristotle, and Pliny that supported his priority
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18 Letter 10 Jan 1654: Langbaine, Gerard (Dr), 1608-1658 (Queen's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England) to Selden, John, 1584-1654 (Whitefriars Street, London, England)

Year: 1654


Found in Keywords: printing proofs of Selden's Eutychius; Rigordus; Spondanus; Aristotle; Divines of Paris

19 Letter Apr 1612: Young, Peter (Sir), 1544-1628 (St Andrews, Fife, Scotland) to Gallus, William (fl. 1612)

Author as marked: Young, Sir Peter, 1544-1628

Year: 1612


Found in Abstract: the Aristotle he had asked for, to read and digest. The beginnings of all studies are hard, especially
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20 Letter 20 Mar 1673: Ashwell, George, 1612-1694 (Hanwell, Oxfordshire, England) to Wood, Anthony, 1632-1695

Author as marked: Ashwell, Geo., B.D. 1613-1694

Year: 1673


Found in Abstract: and was corrector of Latin in the polyglot bibles. Mr. Flavell as W. no doubt knows wrote on Aristotle: he
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21 Letter 29 Aug 1620: Camden, William, 1551-1623 to Peiresc, Nicolas-Claude Fabri de, 1580-1637

Author as marked: Camden, W., 1551-1623

Year: 1620


Found in Abstract: thanks him for Gulstonus' edition of the Rhetorica of A Aristotle to Theodictus. Cotton is eagerly
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22 Letter 15 May 1680: Heinsius, Nicolaas, 1620-1681 (Vianen, Utrecht, Netherlands) to Graevius, Johann Georg, 1632-1703

Author as marked: Heinsius, Nic., 1620-1681

Year: 1680


Found in Abstract: ). He refers with a query to two items in Vesalius' catalogue, one being from Aristotle's small
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23 Letter 16 Jan 1737: Hemsterhuis, Tiberius, 1685-1766 to D'Orville, Jacques Philippe, 1696-1751

Author as marked: Hemsterhusius, Tib., 1685-1766

Year: 1737


Found in Abstract: . He enquires about a reading of a place in Theocritus, and if you have examined an MS. of Aristotle
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24 Letter 15 Jan 1715: Lancaster, William (Dr), 1649-1717 to Charlett, Arthur (Reverend), 1655-1722

Author as marked: Lancaster, Wm. 1650-1717. Provost of Queens Coll.

Year: 1715


Found in Abstract: for printing of Aristotles Ethics on Monday though he (W.L.) thinks the brownish paper returned is the best
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25 Letter 18 Mar 1632: Polyander, Johannes van den Kerckhoven, 1568-1646 (Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands) to Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649

Author as marked: Polyander, John, 1568-1646

Year: 1632


Found in Abstract: After thanking V. and Barlaeus for the copy of their ovations; he writes of his Aristotle of which
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26 Letter Unknown date: Savile, Henry (Sir), 1549-1622 to Cotton, Robert Bruce (Sir), 1571-1631

Author as marked: Savile, Sir Henry, 1549-1602


Found in Abstract: He retursn Sir R's 3 books (1) Philopenus on Aristotle: de anima. (2) an old copy of Genesis. (3
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27 Letter 9 Mar 1725: West, James, 1703-1772 to Hearne, Thomas, 1678-1735

Author as marked: West, James, antiquary

Year: 1725


Found in Abstract: . Mentions Mr. Anstis's book. [ [See Diary, July 9.] ] Mr. Le Neve inquires about Aristotle's Metaphysics
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28 Letter 15 May 1731: Wolf, Johan Christoph, 1679-1754 (Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, (Holy Roman Empire)) to D'Orville, Jacques Philippe, 1696-1751

Author as marked: Wolfius, J.C., 1679-1754

Year: 1731


Found in Abstract: A miscellany of bookish items, e.g., Cirelli's Aristotle's ethics bought at the Crellian auction
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29 Letter 9 Feb 1695: Bernard, Edward, 1638-1697 (Oxford, Oxfordshire, England) to Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710

Author as marked: Bernard, E., 1638-1696 1638-1696

Year: 1695


Found in Abstract: of Warwickshire. Aristotle's Rhetoric is an idle attempt of Christ Church, but Lycophron and Nicender are in good
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30 Letter 28 Feb: Burrow, William (junior), 1702-1794 (St John's College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge , Cambridgeshire, England) to Pegge, Samuel, 1704-1796

Author as marked: Burrow, William, jnr. 1711-1784


Found in Abstract: before reading Horace). He asks P. to advise him whether to read Thucydides,. Longinus, Aristotle. He
Record has abstract
31 Letter 29 Aug 1620: Camden, William, 1551-1623 to Puteanus, Peter, 1582-1651

Author as marked: Camden, W., 1551-1623

Year: 1620


Found in Abstract: palate. In return he can send only Gulston's (the well-known physician) Rhetorica of Aristotle
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32 Letter 26 Apr 1707: Hearne, Thomas, 1678-1735 to Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710

Author as marked: Hearne, Thos. 1678-1735.

Year: 1707


Found in Abstract: 's Translation into Latin of Aristotle's Ethics (Oxford, 1479, 4 to ). Notes on other early books in Bodley
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33 Letter 7 May 1654: Heinsius, Nicolaas, 1620-1681 (Stockholm, Stockholm Municipality, Sweden) to Graevius, Johann Georg, 1632-1703

Author as marked: Heinsius, Nic., 1620-1681

Year: 1654


Found in Abstract: "ex Priapeis". He approves G's. advice to publish his father's paraphrase of Aristotle's politics
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34 Letter Sep 1630: Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649 (Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands) to Fabrus, John Adolph (fl. 1630)

Author as marked: Vossius, G.J., 1577-1649

Year: 1630


Found in Abstract: on the educator's function. As to books on logic, he himself sticks to Aristotle and the Greeks, but recognises
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35 Letter 1631: Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649 (Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands) to Pareus, Daniel, 1605-1635

Author as marked: Vossius, G.J., 1577-1649

Year: 1631


Found in Abstract: . He himself was brought up on Aristotle and in religion on the prophets and apostles. He accepts P
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36 Letter 14 Feb 1629: Vossius, John, 1606-1636 (Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England) to Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649

Author as marked: Vossius, John

Year: 1629


Found in Abstract: on a set subject. He lacks books, especially Aristotle which is indispensable in Cambridge. He
Record has abstract
37 Letter 8 Jul 1733: Bouhier, Jean, 1673-1746 (Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon, France) to D'Orville, Jacques Philippe, 1696-1751

Author as marked: Bouhier, Jean, 1673-1746

Year: 1733


Found in Abstract: from myself on the ancient inscriptions brought back by Aristotle, of which one exercised Sauma
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38 Letter Unknown date: Heinsius, Nicolaas, 1620-1681 to Graevius, Johann Georg, 1632-1703

Author as marked: Heinsius, Nic., 1620-1681


Found in Abstract: . Janson's press has begun the printing of his (H's.) father's Aristotle's politics without consulting him
Record has abstract
39 Letter 22 May 1804: Kearney, Michael, 1734-1814 (Grafton Street 18, Dublin, Leinster, Republic of Ireland) to Malone, Edmond, 1741-1812

Author as marked: Kearney, Michael, 1733-1814

Year: 1804


Found in Abstract: the reliability of Carte's information. He refers to Bp. Corbet and to having read Twyning's Aristotle. The latter
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40 Letter 1 Mar 1579: Randolph, Thomas, 1525-1590 (London, England) to Young, Peter (Sir), 1544-1628

Author as marked: Randolph, Thomas, 1523-1590

Year: 1579


Found in Abstract: the King more happy that had Buchanan for his master than Alexander the Great, that had Aristotle". He main
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41 Letter 18 Jul 1730: Ray, Benjamin, 1703-1760 (Spalding, Lincolnshire, England) to Pegge, Samuel, 1704-1796

Author as marked: Ray, Benj., 1704-1760

Year: 1730


Found in Abstract: paraphrases; and to a MS. of Friar Bacon on Aristotle written at the request of Pope Clement IV. But he
Record has abstract
42 Letter Mar 1650: Valois, Hadrian, 1607-1692 (Paris, Île-de-France, France) to Vossius, Isaac (Dr), 1618-1689

Author as marked: Valesius, Hadrian, de Valois

Year: 1650


Found in Abstract: about Plato, Aristotle and the Greek and Latin languages. I would have you know that since she summoned
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43 Letter 23 Feb 1651: Valois, Henri, 1603-1676 (Paris, Île-de-France, France) to Vossius, Isaac (Dr), 1618-1689

Author as marked: Valesius, Henricus, de Valois, 1603-1676

Year: 1651


Found in Abstract: , Aristotle, Cicero, Seneca and other classical writers? But I will obey her behest in my devotion to her
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44 Letter Apr 1642: Vissovartus, And. (fl. 1642) (Paris, Île-de-France, France) to Ryckewaert, Justin (Dr) (fl. 1631-38)

Author as marked: Vissovartus, And.

Year: 1642


Found in Abstract: an Italian scholar who has written on Aristotle and "Thoughts of Tasso" and "Universal peace" in Italian. He
Record has abstract
45 Letter 15 Feb 1638: Vossius, Gerardus Joannes, 1577-1649 (Amsterdam, North Holland, (United Provinces) Netherlands) to Pilius, Martin (fl. 1638)

Author as marked: Vossius, G.J., 1577-1649

Year: 1638


Found in Abstract: he regretted not having studied Aristotle; and conscious of his weakness in philosophy the steps he
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46 Letter 8 Dec 1691: Cuper, Gisbert, 1644-1716 (The Hague, South Holland, (United Provinces) Netherlands) to Graevius, Johann Georg, 1632-1703

Author as marked: Cuper, Gisb., 1644-1716

Year: 1691


Found in Abstract: of an emendation to replace in Seneca and restoration of passages of Aristotle and Pliny the younger. A question
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47 Letter 10 Mar 1709: Dodwell, Henry, 1641-1711 (Shottesbrooke, Berkshire, England) to Perizonius, Jacobus, 1651-1715

Author as marked: Dodwell, Henry, 1641-1711

Year: 1709


Found in Abstract: unless very carefully safeguarded would lead to mob rule (he refers to Aristotle on this). D. now says
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48 Letter 21 Jun 1707: Smith, Thomas, 1638-1710 (Dean Street, Soho, Westminster, London, England) to Lister, Martin, 1639-1712

Author as marked: Smith, Tho., D.D. 1638-1710

Year: 1707


Found in Abstract: love wine, a point on which he would if he had the time consult Pliny, Aristotle and Aelian. He
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Re: RES: Rinascimentalium Epistolarum studii
Reply #28 - 20.07.2012 at 13:58:57
 
Information on the Oxford 2012-09-20/22 conference "Communities of Knowledge: Epistolary Cultures in the Early Modern World" can be found at http://communitiesofknowledge.history.ox.ac.uk/ .
 


 
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Reply #29 - 16.10.2012 at 09:27:21
 
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Jean Lemaire de Belges, Lettres missives et épîtres dédicatoires, éd. critique par Anne SCHOYSMAN, Bruxelles, Académie Royale de Belgique, 2012 (Anciens Auteurs Belges, n. s., 17).
ISBN 978-2-8031-0295-2. Broché, 310 p. (12 eur.)
Disponible également en version numérique (Ebook): http://academie-editions.be/19--jean-lemaire-de-belges-lettres-missives-et-epitr es-dedicatoires.html (3,99 eur.)

Les lettres rassemblées ici sont de différentes natures, et ne constituent pas toutes, à proprement parler, la correspondance de Jean Lemaire de Belges. Cette définition ne peut s'appliquer qu'aux lettres missives, qui témoignent du rôle de l'écrivain au service de Marguerite d'Autriche. Veuve du duc de Savoie Philibert le Beau, celle-ci veut faire construire, aux portes de Bourg-en-Bresse, une église pour accueillir le tombeau du défunt; absorbée par le gouvernement des Pays-Bas bourguignons, elle charge Jean Lemaire de superviser les travaux de Brou, qui font l'objet principal, mais certes pas unique, des lettres échangées avec la princesse et avec ses hauts fonctionnaires.
Tout autre est le registre des lettres imprimées. Insérées, avec le titre d'«épîtres», dans les éditions des œuvres qu'elles accompagnent, elles «illustrent» à la fois le texte et son dédicataire, et elles font partie intégrante de l'ample paratexte qui caractérise les imprimés du début de la Renaissance. Mais s'il importe de distinguer les «lettres missives» des «épîtres dédicatoires», la pratique des formes épistolaires à la Renaissance ne se réduit pas, loin s'en faut, à une telle dichotomie. Pour s’en tenir aux formes épistolaires en prose adressées à des contemporains (nous n'envisageons pas ici les épîtres fictives versifiées), la frontière entre circulation manuscrite et diffusion imprimée se révèle bien floue: la correspondance, imprimée, en latin, de Cornelius Agrippa (1486 - 1535), compte huit lettres échangées en 1509 avec un ami anonyme qu'il y a lieu d'identifier avec Jean Lemaire. Enfin, tout autres sont encore deux lettres que l'humaniste Jean de Pins (vers 1470-1537) adresse à un certain Maior, peut-être Jean Lemaire: ce sont des officia, éloges d'humanistes se célébrant les uns les autres.
Les lettres publiées ici témoignent donc des enjeux très différents des formes épistolaires pour l'écrivain «indiciaire» de Bourgogne. Lire dans cette optique les relations de Jean Lemaire de Belges avec son entourage, c'est aussi découvrir comment la pratique épistolaire, avec un correspondant ou avec un public, entre manuscrit et imprimé, touche directement la question du statut de l'auteur.

Anne Schoysman est professeur à l'Université de Sienne. Ses travaux portent surtout sur la langue et la littérature en moyen français et à la Renaissance. De Jean Lemaire de Belges, elle a déjà édité la Légende des Vénitiens (1999) et la Chronique de 1507 (2001) dans la «Collection des Anciens auteurs belges» de l'Académie royale de Belgique.


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RES: J. J. Scaliger correspondence (2012)
Reply #31 - 02.11.2012 at 09:41:25
 
Botley, Paul (ed.)
Scaliger, Josephus Justus:
The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger
Genève : Droz 2012
978-2-600-01552-3

 
Several volumes:
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¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/1 : April 1561 to December 1586
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.34837
2. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/2 : January 1587 to December 1596
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.34838
3. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/3 : January 1597 to June 1601
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.34839
4. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/4 : July 1601 to March 1603
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.35036
5. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/5 : April 1603 to April 1605
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.35037
6. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/6 : May 1605 to December 1606
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.35038
7. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/7 : January 1607 to February 1609
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.35039
8. ¬The correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger/8 : Appendices, biographical register, index
( 2012)
von Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Signatur: 2012.35040

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Reply #34 - 12.12.2012 at 08:39:08
 
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RES: Epistolae ad Rantzovium (16th cent., ms.)
Reply #35 - 08.02.2013 at 09:18:28
 
UB Kiel: Cod. ms. SH 388:
Epistolae illustrium et litterarorum  
1.) ad Henricum Rantzovium : 93 ab anno 1570 - 1587
2.) ad Joh. Meursium : 34

 
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Abschriften von 93 Briefen an Henricus Rantzovius und 34 Briefen an Johannes Meursius

 


 
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Opus de conscribendis Epistolis : ex postrema authoris recognitione emendatius editum. Cum annotationibus marginalibus
Coloniae : Gymnicus 1540

 
VD16 E 2520
 
BSB-Signatur A.lat.b. 261#Beibd.1
 
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Presentatie van onderzoeksinstrument ePistolarium
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ePistolarium is een nieuw, digitaal instrument waarmee brieven onderzocht kunnen worden die geleerden in de 17e-eeuwse Republiek aan elkaar en aan collega’s in het buitenland schreven.

De software is voortgekomen uit een NWO-project van het Descartes Centre (Universiteit Urecht), Huygens ING en DANS (beide KNAW), de Koninklijke Bibliotheek en de Universiteit van Amsterdam. Op donderdag 13 juni a.s. zal ePistolarium in de Gertrudiskapel in Utrecht gepresenteerd worden, met twee lezingen en een korte demonstratie.

 


 
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Philelphus, Franciscus:  
Epistolae breviores familiares
Hagenau : impensis atque aere D. Ioannis Rynman de Oringau, cura & opera Henrici Gran 1521

 
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Etiam Angeli Politiani breviusculae quaedam ... epistolae ... Item epistolae L. Annei Seneçae ad apostolum Paulum & rursus Pauli ad Senecam

 
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Normnummer: VD16 F 1059. Weitere Nummern: VD16 B 5311, VD16 S 5828

 
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Scrivere lettere nel Cinquecento. Corrispondenze in prosa e in versi

Colloquio internazionale promosso dal Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università Roma Tre con il patrocinio dell'Arcadia, Roma nel Rinascimento e dell'University of California - Rome Study Center
8-9 maggio 2014, Sala del Consiglio del Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, I piano, via Ostiense 234, Università Roma Tre
Comitato promotore: Laura Fortini, Giuseppe Izzi, Luca Marcozzi, Concetta Ranieri.

Giovedì 8 maggio 2014, ore 9.30-13
Saluti del Prorettore Vicario prof.ssa Francesca Cantù
Saluti del Direttore del Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici prof. Mario De Nonno
Ore 10- I Sessione – Un cantiere a cielo aperto: questioni di metodo e di stile
Presiede Maria Luisa Doglio (Università di Torino)
Paolo Procaccioli (Università di Viterbo) Aretino e la primogenitura epistolare. Da dato di fatto a opinione
Claudia Berra (Università di Milano) L'edizione dell'epistolario bembiano: riflessioni e appunti
Ore 11/11.30 pausa caffé
Presiede Marco Ariani (Università Roma Tre)
Concetta Ranieri (Università Roma Tre) Delle cose de Dio se delettava. Le lettere di Vittoria Colonna tra meditazione religiosa e riflessione letteraria
Paolo D'Achille e Antonella Stefinlongo (Università Roma Tre) Note linguistiche sugli epistolari cinquecenteschi
Adriana Chemello (Università di Padova) Ancora su donne e "libri di lettere" nel Cinquecento. Qualche postilla e un aggiornamento
Ore 13-15 pausa pranzo
Giovedì 8 maggio ore 15-19
II sessione – L'arte degli epistolari (prima parte)
Presiede Paola Farenga (Roma nel Rinascimento)
Monica Farnetti (Università di Sassari) Maria Savorgnan epistolografa
Luca Marcozzi (Università Roma Tre) Scrivere lettere negli epistolari del Bembo
Vittorio Gatto (Università di Napoli L'Orientale) Ludovico Ariosto fra lettere e Satire
Ore 17-17.30 pausa caffé
Pietro Petteruti Pellegrino (Università La Sapienza) Le lettere di Mario Equicola, cortigiano e segretario
Roberto Vetrugno (Università di Pavia) Lingua ed epistolografia cortegiana
Ludovica Braida (Università di Milano) Scrivere per gli altri: i libri di lettere dei segretari e per i segretari nel Cinquecento


Venerdì 9 maggio ore 9.30-13
III sessione – L'arte degli epistolari (seconda parte)
Presiede Rosanna Pettinelli (Università Roma La Sapienza)
Franco Pignatti (Università La Sapienza) Francesco Maria Molza poeta epistolare?
Giuseppe Crimi (Università Roma Tre) Ancora sulle "Argute e facete lettere" di Cesare Rao
Laura Fortini (Università di Roma Tre) Veronica Gambara o del corrispondersi in prosa e in versi
Ore 11/11.30 pausa caffè
Julia L. Hairston (University of California – Rome Study Center) "Di diversi a lei": l'antologia corale di Tullia d'Aragona
Emilio Russo (Università Roma La Sapienza) Le lettere del Tasso tra autografi e stampe
Paola Moreno (Université de Liège) Lettere e arte, filologia e storia. Il progetto EpistolART
Ore 13-14.30 pausa pranzo
Ore 14.30 - IV Sessione – Epistolari: una questione di generi?
Presiede Julia L. Hairston (University of California – Rome Study Center)
Lisa Kaborycha (University of California) Italian Women's Letters of the Cinquecento. The Case for a "Corresponding Renaissance"
Raffaele Morabito (Università dell'Aquila) Rappresentazioni della lettera nella narrativa del Cinquecento
Giuseppe Izzi (Università Roma Tre) Le lettere del Cinquecento nella Crestomazia leopardiana
Ore 16 conclusione dei lavori




Dr. Julia L. Hairston, Academic Director
University of California, Rome Study Center
piazza dell'Orologio, 7
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Tel. 06/97998673
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Reply #48 - 23.09.2014 at 15:39:03
 
At http://filstoria.hypotheses.org/11637 you can read (i.a.)
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Nella collana «Fonti» della Biblioteca Digitale della Direzione Generale per gli Archivi è disponibile l’opera in tre volumi:

Lettere (1444-1479) / Iacopo Ammannati Piccolomini ; a cura di Paolo Cherubini. - Roma : Ministero per i beni culturali e ambientali, Ufficio centrale per i beni archivistici, 1997. – 3 vol. - (Pubblicazioni degli archivi di Stato. Fonti ; 25).

 
The links provided go to http://151.12.58.123/dgagaeta/pdf.php?file=Fonti/54168e82d674a.pdf (Vol. 1), http://151.12.58.123/dgagaeta/pdf.php?file=Fonti/54168ea015a32.pdf (Vol. 2), http://151.12.58.123/dgagaeta/pdf.php?file=Fonti/54168ec1387a7.pdf (Vol. 3).
 


 
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There is a CFP for a York 2016-03 conference on Epistolary cultures – letters and letter-writing in early modern Europe available at http://blogging2.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/alcgradschool/epistolary-cultures/ .
 
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From the place of Cicero’s intimate letters in the development of Renaissance humanism, to the knowledge networks of merchants,

collectors and scientists, to the role of women in the republic of letters, recent years have seen a flowering of studies on the practice of

letter-writing in Early Modern Europe, as well as major editing projects of early modern letters – Hartlib, Comenius, Scaliger, Casaubon,

Browne, Greville, and the EMLO and Cultures of Knowledge projects. This conference will explore the manifold aspects of early modern

letter-writing in the sixteenth and seventeenth century in its Latin and vernacular forms. It will consider topics such as the intellectual

geographies of letter-writing, the connections between vernacular and Latin letter cultures, questions of genre, rhetoric and style, as

well as the political, religious, and scientific uses of letters.

 
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Papers might explore:

Rhetoric and letter writing.

Humanism and the republic of letters.

The early modern secretary.

Women and the republic of letters.

The classical and the biblical letter in early modern thought.

Letters and the professions – law, trade, war and diplomacy.

Materials of letter writing: paper, pen, parchment, seals.

The personal letter: friends and family

Love letters.

Writing disaster: plague and war letters.

Geographies of letter writing.

Scientific letters.

Petition letters.

Royal letters.

Prison letters.

Collections and the publishing of letters.

Verse epistles.

Epistolary fiction.

Dedicatory and prefatory letters.

Case studies.

Applications: please send a 250-500 word abstract and short c.v. to: Kevin Killeen (kevin.killeen@york.ac.uk)

and Freya Sierhuis (freya.sierhuis@york.ac.uk) before 27 April 2015. We welcome applications from early and

mid-career researchers, as well as established scholars

 


 
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