THE I TATTI RENAISSANCE LIBRARY
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Portraits of Learned Men

Paolo Giovio

Edited and translated by Kenneth Gouwens

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ISBN 9780674290150

Publication Date: 03/01/2023

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  • Introduction
  • Pavli Iovii Elogia Veris Clarorvm Virorvm Imaginibvs Apposita Qvae in Mvsaeo Ioviano Comi Spectantvr (Paolo Giovio’s Portraits of Learned Men Attached to Their Images Which Are to Be Seen in Giovio’s Museum at Como)
    • Liminal Poem by Onorato Fascitelli
    • Dedication to Ottavio Farnese
    • A Description of Giovio’s Museum
    • The Arrangement of the Portraits
    • The Portraits
      • I. Albertus Magnus
      • II. St Thomas [Aquinas]
      • III. John [Duns] Scotus
      • IV. Dante
      • V. Francesco Petrarch
      • VI. Boccaccio
      • VII. Bartolus
      • VIII. Baldus
      • IX. Leonardo Bruni
      • X. Poggio
      • XI. Ambrogio [Traversari] the Monk
      • XII. Antonio Panormita
      • XIII. Lorenzo Valla
      • XIV. Flavio Biondo
      • XV. Pier Candido Decembrio
      • XVI. Donato Acciaiuoli
      • XVII. Filelfo
      • XVIII. Niccolò Perotti
      • XIX. Platina
      • XX. Cardinal Jacopo [Ammannati] of Pavia
      • XXI. Domizio Calderini
      • XXII. Antonio Campano
      • XXIII. Manuel Chrysoloras
      • XXIV. Bessarion
      • XXV. George of Trebizond
      • XXVI. Theodore of Gaza
      • XXVII. Argyropoulos
      • XXVIII. Marullo Tarcaniota
      • XXIX. Demetrius Chalcondyles
      • XXX. Marcus Musurus
      • XXXI. Janus Lascaris
      • XXXII. Rudolf Agricola
      • XXXIII. Leon Battista Alberti
      • XXXIV. Lorenzo de’ Medici
      • XXXV. Piero Leoni
      • XXXVI. Ermolao Barbaro
      • XXXVII. Giorgio Merula
      • XXXVIII. Poliziano
      • XXXIX. [Pico della] Mirandola
      • XL. Pomponio Leto
      • XLI. Callimachus
      • XLII. Girolamo Savonarola
      • XLIII. Marsilio Ficino
      • XLIV. Galeotto Marzio
      • XLV. Elisio Calenzio
      • XLVI. Pandolfo Collenuccio
      • XLVII. Gioviano Pontano
      • XLVIII. Marcantonio Coccio Sabellico
      • XLIX. Lorenzo Lorenziani
      • L. Antioco Tiberti
      • LI. Filippo Beroaldo (the Elder)
      • LII. Ercole Strozzi
      • LIII. Bartolomeo Cocles
      • LIV. Giovanni Cotta
      • LV. Pietro Crinito
      • LVI. Girolamo Donà
      • LVII. Alessandro Achillini
      • LVIII. Bernardino Corio
      • LIX. Marcantonio della Torre of Verona
      • LX. Lancino Curti
      • LXI. Baptista of Mantua, the Carmelite
      • LXII. Francesco Mario Grapaldo
      • LXIII. Thomas Linacre
      • LXIV. Antonio the Nebrijan
      • LXV. Bernardo Bibbiena
      • LXVI. Giasone del Maino
      • LXVII. Christophe de Longueil
      • LXVIII. Aurelio Augurelli
      • LXIX. Guido Postumo
      • LXX. Niccolò Leoniceno
      • LXXI. Pietro Pomponazzi
      • LXXII. Andrea Marone
      • LXXIII. Andrea Matteo Acquaviva
      • LXXIV. Pietro Gravina
      • LXXV. Pomponio Gaurico
      • LXXVI. Marco Antonio Casanova
      • LXXVII. Baldassare Castiglione
      • LXXVIII. Andrea Navagero
      • LXXIX. Giovanni Maria Cattaneo
      • LXXX. Jacopo Sannazaro
      • LXXXI. Giovanni Mainardi
      • LXXXII. Camillo Querno the Archpoet
      • LXXXIII. Alberto Pio of Carpi
      • LXXXIV. Ludovico Ariosto
      • LXXXV. Cardinal Egidio [of Viterbo]
      • LXXXVI. Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola
      • LXXXVII. Niccolò Machiavelli
      • LXXXVIII. Filippo Decio
      • LXXXIX. Thomas More
      • XC. The Cardinal of Rochester
      • XCI. [Niccolò] Leonico Tomeo
      • XCII. Agostino Nifo
      • XCIII. Jean Ruel
      • XCIV. Antonio Tebaldeo
      • XCV. Erasmus of Rotterdam
      • XCVI. Rutilio
      • XCVII. Guillaume Budé
      • XCVIII. Girolamo Aleandro
      • XCIX. Lampridio
      • C. Cardinal Gasparo Contarini
      • CI. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
      • CII. Battista Pio
      • CIII. Francesco Arsilli
      • CIV. [Mario] Molza
      • CV. Albert Pigge
      • CVI. Benedetto Giovio of Como
      • CVII. Maffeo Vegio of Lodi
      • CVIII. Giovanni Tortelli
      • CIX. Bartolomeo Facio
      • CX. Guarino of Verona
      • CXI. Pierpaolo Vergerio
      • CXII. Giacomo Bracelli the Ligurian
      • CXIII. Giorgio Valla of Piacenza
      • CXIV. Giovanni Simonetta
      • CXV. Bernardo Giustinian of Venice
      • CXVI. Cristoforo Persona of Rome
      • CXVII. [Gregorio] Tifernate
      • CXVIII. Raffaele [Maffei] of Volterra
      • CXIX. Antonio Galateo
      • CXX. Lodovico Celio of Rovigo
      • CXXI. Jacques Lefèvre d’Etaples
      • CXXII. Antonio Telesio of Cosenza
      • CXXIII. Pietro Alcionio
      • CXXIV. Peter Martyr d’Anghiera
      • CXXV. Gabriele Altilio
      • CXXVI. Marcello Virgilio of Florence
      • CXXVII. Giano Parrasio
      • CXXVIII. Georg Sauermann the German
      • CXXIX. Celio Calcagnini of Ferrara
      • CXXX. Agostino Giustiniani of Genoa
      • CXXXI. Roberto Valturio
      • CXXXII. Matteo Palmieri of Florence
      • CXXXIII. Jacopo Angeli of Florence
      • CXXXIV. Hector Boece
      • CXXXV. Polydore Vergil
      • CXXXVI. Gaguin the Frenchman
      • CXXXVII. Marino [Barlezio] of Scutari
      • CXXXVIII. Jakob Ziegler
      • CXXXIX. Paolo Emili
      • CXL. Germain de Brie
      • CXLI. Niccolò Tegrimi
      • CXLII. Camillo Ghilini of Milan
      • CXLIII. Johann Reuchlin the German
      • CXLIV. Johannes Regiomontanus the German
      • CXLV. Luis Vives of Valencia
      • CXLVI. Cosimo de’ Pazzi
    • Peroration
    • Anonymous Liminal Poem
  • Note on the Text and Translation
  • Abbreviations
  • Notes to the Text
  • Notes to the Translation
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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