THE I TATTI RENAISSANCE LIBRARY
Cover: Humanism and the Latin Classics, from Harvard University PressCover: Humanism and the Latin Classics in HARDCOVER

The I Tatti Renaissance Library 78

Humanism and the Latin Classics

Aldus Manutius

Edited and translated by John N. Grant

Add to Cart

Product Details

HARDCOVER

$29.95 • £19.95 • €21.00

ISBN 9780674971639

Publication: February 2017

Academic Trade

448 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

The I Tatti Renaissance Library

World

  • Introduction
  • Prefaces
    • Editions of Ancient Latin Authors
      • I. Julius Firmicus, Astronomica; Manilius, Astronomica (October 17, 1499)
      • II. Lucretius (December 1500)
      • III. Prudentius, Prosper, John of Damascus, Christian Poets, Volume 1 (January 1501)
      • IV. Vergil (April 1501)
      • V. Horace (May 1501)
      • VI. Juvenal, Persius (August 1501)
      • VII. Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius (January 1502)
      • VIII. Cicero, Letters to Friends (April 1502)
      • IX. Lucan (April 1502)
      • X. Sedulius, Iuvencus, Arator, Christian Poets, Volume 2 (June 1502)
      • XI. Statius (August 1502)
      • XII. Valerius Maximus (October 1502)
      • XIII. Ovid, Metamorphoses (October 1502)
      • XIV. Ovid, Heroides, Amores, Ars amandi, Remedia amoris, etc. (December 1502)
      • XV. Ovid, Fasti, Tristia, Ex Ponto (February 1503)
      • XVI. Origen, Homilies (after April 4, 1503)
      • XVII. Vergil (December 1505)
      • XVIII. Pliny the Younger, Letters (November 1508)
      • XIX. Horace (after March 30, 1509)
      • XX. Sallust (April 1509)
      • XXI. Cicero, Letters to Atticus, Brutus and his brother Quintus (June 1513)
      • XXII. Festus, On the Meaning of Archaic Words (November 1513)
      • XXIII. Julius Caesar (December 1513)
      • XXIV. Cicero, Rhetorical Works (March 1514)
      • XXV. Cato, Varro, Columella, Palladius, On Agriculture (May 1514)
      • XXVI. Quintilian (August 1514)
      • XXVII. Vergil (October 1514)
      • XXVIII. Lucretius (January 1515)
    • Editions of Humanistic Authors
      • I. Aldus Manutius, Instructional Principles of Latin Grammar (March 5, 1493)
      • II. Lorenzo Maioli, Gleanings in Dialectics (July 1497)
      • III. Angelo Poliziano, Complete Works (July 1498)
      • IV. Niccolò Perotti, Cornucopiae (July 1499)
      • V. Aldus Manutius, Rudiments of Latin Grammar (February–June 1501)
      • VI. Gianfrancesco Pico, On Imagination (April 1501)
      • VII. Giorgio Interiano, The Land and Customs of the Zygians called Circassians (October 1502)
      • VIII. Giovanni Pontano, Urania, Meteora, The Gardens of the Hesperides, etc. (May–August 1505)
      • IX. Adriano Castellesi, On Hunting (September 1505)
      • X. Erasmus of Rotterdam, Adages (September 1508)
      • XI. Tito and Ercole Strozzi, Poems (January 1513)
      • XII. Jacopo Sannazaro, Arcadia (September 1514)
    • Appendices
      • I. Lorenzo Maioli, Letter to Aldus (Spring 1497)
      • II. Girolamo Avanzi, Letter to Valerio Superchio (March 1, 1499)
      • III. Sigismund Thurzó, Letter to Aldus Manutius (December 20, 1501)
      • IV. Aldus Manutius, Warning to the Typographers of Lyons (March 16, 1503)
      • V. Giovanni Giocondo, Letter to Giuliano de’ Medici (April 1513)
      • VI. Giovanni Giocondo, Letter to Pope Leo X (May 15, 1514)
      • VII. Giambattista Egnazio, Eulogy of Aldus Manutius (April 1515)
      • VIII. Raffaele Regio, The Authorship of the Rhetorica ad Herennium (September 19, 1491)
      • IX. Niccolò Angeli of Bucine, The Authorship of the Rhetorica ad Herennium (1515/16)
      • X. Aldus on How to Assemble Your Own Bilingual Text, by Randall McLeod
  • Note on the Text and Notes
  • Notes to the Text
  • Notes to the Translation
  • Concordance
  • Bibliography
  • Index