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The Juvenilia of Marc-Antoine Muret

by Marc-Antoine Muret

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Published by Ohio State University Press in Columbus .
Written in English

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  • Muret, Marc-Antoine, -- 1526-1585 -- Translations into English

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith a translation, introduction, notes, and commentary by Kirk M. Summers.
    GenreTranslations into English.
    ContributionsSummers, Kirk M., 1961-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA8555.M5 A2 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxlvii, 217 p. ;
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17435685M
    ISBN 100814210376, 0814291147
    ISBN 109780814210376, 9780814291146
    LC Control Number2006014409

      MURETUS, the Latinized name of Marc Antoine Muret (–), French humanist, who was born at Muret near Limoges on the 12th of April At the age of eighteen he attracted the notice of the elder Scaliger, and was invited to lecture in the archiepiscopal college at Auch. Marc-Antoine Muret () wrote his Iulius Caesar in the s and published it in with other juvenilia (p. ). It was performed by his students at the Collège de Guyenne, possibly including Michel de Montaigne. It is his only drama.

    Heading Muret, Marc Antoine used in: Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information, Rome (Italy); Bibliography of books published in German-speaking countries in 16th century (VD 16), Munich (Germany); Koninklijke Bibliotheek - National Library of the Netherlands, Den Haag (Netherlands). Amoenitates literariae. (Francofurti, ), by Johann Georg Schelhorn (page images at HathiTrust) Amoenitates literariae: quibus variae obseruationes, scripta item quaedam anecdota & rariora opuscula exhibentur: tomus quintus[-sextus] (Francofurti & Lipsiae: apud Daniel. Bartholomaei, ), by Daniel Bartholomai and Daniel Bartholomai (page images at HathiTrust).

    Full text of "Marc-Antoine Muret, un professeur français en Italie dans la seconde moitié du xvie siècle" See other formats. Du Bellay, Joachim, ca. Amoenitates poeticae: sive Theodore Bezae, Marc-Antonii Mureti, et Joannis Secundi Juvenilia ; tùm Joannis-Bonefonii Pancharis ; Joachimi-Bellaii Amores, &c. &c. (Lugduni-Batavorum ; vaeneunt Parisiis: Apud Josephum Barbou, ), also by Jean Bonnefons, Secundus Janus, Marc-Antoine Muret, and Théodore de.


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Marc-Antoine Muret () was a major figure in humanist classical scholarship. A superb Latinist, he influenced, among others, the Dutch humanist Justus Lipsius. This is the first English translation, with introduction, notes, and commentary, of Muret's Latin juvenilia.

Marc-Antoine Muret () was a major figure in humanist classical scholarship. A superb Latinist, he influenced, among others, the Dutch humanist Justus Lipsius. This is the first English translation, with introduction, notes, and commentary, of Muret's Latin : Hardcover.

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Juvenilia. [Marc-Antoine Muret; Virginie Leroux] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marc-Antoine Muret; Virginie Leroux.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note. Marc-Antoine Muret (–) was a major figure in humanist classical scholarship.

A superb Latinist, he influenced, among others, the Dutch humanist Justus Lipsius. This is the first English translation, with introduction, notes, and commentary, of Muret’s Latin juvenilia.

His other works include Juvenilia et poemata varia, orationes and epistolae. Works. Two volumes of Scripta selecta, edited by J. Frey, Variae lectiones, edited by Friedrich August Wolf and J. Fasi, – The Iuvenilia of Marc-Antoine Muret, edited and translated by Kirk.

Summers, Columbus, OH: ; Complete editions. Juvenilia: edition critique, traduction, annotation et commentaire. By Marc-Antoine Muret. by Virginie Leroux.

Geneva: Droz, In Marc-Antoine Muret published his Juvenilia, a collection carefully designed to demonstrate the young scholar's virtuoso facility in a range of poetic genres in Latin and to serve as an intervention in wider literary and scholarly debates.

La mort de Ce?sar; trage?die par Jacques Gre?vin de Clermont en Beauvaisis (Le The?a?tre de Jacques Gre?vin de Clermont en Beauvaisis.

Paris, Vincent Sertenas, ) Julius Caesar Marci Antonii Mureti (M. Antonii Mureti Opera omnia. Lugduni Batavorum, ) () (Reprint) by Gre?vin, Jacques. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Muret's works were edited by Ruhnken (Leyden, 4 vols., ), and another edition appeared at Verona (5 vols., ).

Besides the editions of authors above mentioned, we are indebted to him for Cicero's Catalinian Orations (Paris, ), the first book of his Tusculan Disputations, his Philippics (Paris, ), Seneca's "De providentia", and. Muret's works were edited by Ruhnken (Leyden, 4 vols., ), and another edition appeared at Verona (5 vols., ).

Besides the editions of authors above mentioned, we are indebted to him for Cicero's Catalinian Orations (Paris, ), the first book of his Tusculan Disputations, his Philippics (Paris, ), Seneca's "De providentia", and.

Couverture rigide. Condition: Neuf. Edition originale. Connu comme orateur de la cour papale, Marc-Antoine Muret () fut aussi un pédagogue et un philologue réputé.

Publiés enà une époque où le jeune homme fréquentait les poètes de la Pléiade, ses Juvenilia précédèrent de peu son Commentaire des Amours de Ronsard.

Muret’s works were edited by Ruhnken (Leyden, 4 vols., ), and another edition appeared at Verona (5 vols., ). Besides the editions of authors above mentioned, we are indebted to him for Cicero’s Catalinian Orations (Paris, ), the first book of his Tusculan.

Marc-Antoine Muret. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. French humanist, b. at Muret, near Limoges, in ; d. at Rome, in He studied at Poitiers and was greatly influenced by Scaliger, whom he twice visited at Agen.

He taught successively at Poitiers (), Bordeaux (), and Paris. Redige enjouee l'annee suivante a Bordeaux, Jules Cesar est une piece de jeunesse de Muret, qui n'a alors que 20 ans. Reste longtemps l'apanage des specialistes de la litterature française qui ont vu en lui, avec plusieurs pieces de Buchanan, l'ancetre de la tragedie classique, le Julius CAesar de Marc Antoine Muret, qui ouvre le mince recueil des Juvenilia, publie en et en Author: Marc-Antoine Muret.

French humanist, b. at Muret, near Limoges, in ; d. at Rome, in He studied at Poitiers and was greatly influenced by Scaliger, whom he twice visited at Agen.

He taught successively at Poitiers (), Bordeaux (), and Paris. Becoming intimate with Dorat, Joachim, du Bellay, and the poets of the Pleiad, he published in French a commentary on the "Amours" of Ronsard () and a. Redige enjouee l'annee suivante a Bordeaux, Jules Cesar est une piece de jeunesse de Muret, qui n'a alors que 20 ans.

Reste longtemps l'apanage des specialistes de la litterature francaise qui ont vu en lui, avec plusieurs pieces de Buchanan, l'ancetre de la tragedie classique, le Julius CAesar de Marc Antoine Muret, qui ouvre le mince recueil des Juvenilia, publie en et en Author: Giacomo Cardinali.

Juvenilia / Marc-Antoine Muret ; édition critique, traduction, annotation et commentaire par Virginie Leroux Muret, Marc-Antoine, [ Book, Government publication: ]. Marc-Antoine Muret. and a collection of Latin verses, the "Juvenilia". His prosperity seemed unclouded, when accusations of heresy and immorality drove him from Paris to Toulouse, and thence to Lombardy.

(Paris, ), the first book of his Tusculan Disputations, his Philippics (Paris, ), Seneca's "De providentia", and some notes on. Marc-Antoine Muret by Cornelis × ; KB Marcus Antonius Muretus () × ; 45 KB Muretus - Imagines × ; 62 KB.

Kraye J. () The Humanist as Moral Philosopher: Marc-Antoine Muret’s Edition of Seneca. In: Kraye J., Saarinen R. (eds) Moral Philosophy on the Threshold of Modernity. The New Synthese Historical Library (Texts and Studies in the History of Philosophy), vol Cited by:.

Redige enjouee l'annee suivante a Bordeaux, Jules Cesar est une piece de jeunesse de Muret, qui n'a alors que 20 ans. Reste longtemps l'apanage des specialistes de la litterature francaise qui ont vu en lui, avec plusieurs pieces de Buchanan, l'ancetre de la tragedie classique, le Julius CAesar de Marc Antoine Muret, qui ouvre le mince recueil des Juvenilia, publie en et en Author: Marc-Antoine Muret, Pierre Laurens.munity at Rome, Marc-Antoine Muret had had his day6.

The more rigorous philology of Scaliger the younger and Lipsius overtook his own, somewhat free-wheeling, especially in his younger days, style of emendation. The French humanist was born at Muret, near Limoges, in There is to this day a Rue Marc Antoine Muret in Limoges.The Juvenilia of Marc-Antoine Muret (or Marcus Antonius Muretus, ) was first published in A Classical scholar, as well as writing poetry he lectured in schools in France and Italy and was involved with the rediscovery and interpretation of ancient texts.