The paper analyses the use of the classical, as well the medieval, authors, in Petrarch’s Epystola i 1, 29-44 through the traditional tool of commentary ad versum and ad verbum. The commentary, also careful to language, style and metrics, is preceded by a short introduction, the Latin text and an English translation of the passage and is followed by the index of classical and medieval sources.

“Nec semel legi sed milies”. The presence of classical authors in ‘Epyst.’, I 1, 29-44 / Gibertini, Simone. - In: PETRARCHESCA. - ISSN 2281-5643. - 7:(2019), pp. 99-115. [10.19272/201912001004]

“Nec semel legi sed milies”. The presence of classical authors in ‘Epyst.’, I 1, 29-44

Gibertini, Simone
2019-01-01

Abstract

The paper analyses the use of the classical, as well the medieval, authors, in Petrarch’s Epystola i 1, 29-44 through the traditional tool of commentary ad versum and ad verbum. The commentary, also careful to language, style and metrics, is preceded by a short introduction, the Latin text and an English translation of the passage and is followed by the index of classical and medieval sources.
“Nec semel legi sed milies”. The presence of classical authors in ‘Epyst.’, I 1, 29-44 / Gibertini, Simone. - In: PETRARCHESCA. - ISSN 2281-5643. - 7:(2019), pp. 99-115. [10.19272/201912001004]
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