Ecerinis by Albertino Mussato Performed in the original Latin, with English surtitles Friday 28th March, 7 pm Location: King’s College Chapel, Strand, London. Früher Humanismus in Oberitalien: Albertino Mussato, Ecerinis / Hubert Müller. Author. Müller, Hubert, Other Authors. Mussato, Albertino, The Tragedy of Ecerinis (Studia classica) [Albertino Mussato] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Internet URLs are the best. Library help and support. Dati frequently at least half a dozen times breaks a word at the end of a trimeter, as:. Senecae tragoedias, Fragmenta nuper repertaa cura A. The translations are in prose, with some rather nice touches—for example, pondere excelso rote tremuere Achilles rendered as “the wheels juddering under their heavy load. Since the judges’ official remarks said that Dati’s poem had not treated friendship deeply enough, for the second competition Dati determined to make envy so pervasive in his play that no one could possibly say he hadn’t treated it.
Galen considers these waters dangerous to the health And since a prince refuses to give immunity to poets, the wave of the red Tagus draws me from Athens. Peformance of ‘Ecerinis’ by Albertino Mussato in the original Latin. Grund does a nice job of tracing the developing theory of tragedy p.
Augusta de Gestis de Henrici VIIand incorporated political tragedies from the past Seneca to further cement his political arsenal. The notes are highly useful, identifying all the historical figures and mythical allusions, and occasionally noting a classical source for a story.
Grund calls Gregorio Correr’s Procne “the best Latin tragedy of the quattrocento” p. Mussato begins with a scene in which Adeleita, his mother, tells Ecerinus and his brother Albricus that their father was not her husband, but the Devil himself. Thank You for Your Contribution! Praemia castalio sunt ibi nulla deo.
In Act 1, Ezzelino’s mother informs him and his brother that their father is, in fact, a demon.
Books Available for Review. Ezzelino and his brother are happy and Ezzelino prays to his father.
albertno However, Ronald Witt remarks that their writings were not completely classicized. Achilles—at this point still very much alive—has asked for Polyxena in marriage and Hecuba wants to refuse. Trombetti Budriesi, Beni estensi nel Padovano: Lanza, Albertinus Mussatusin C. Lovati was influential in creating Mussato’s albertinl ideals that were based upon Lovati’s personal experiences he built while living in Padua throughout Ezzelino da Romano’s tyrannical reign as the leader of Padua.
The introductory essay provides a good orientation to neo-Latin drama and the notes and translation make the plays accessible even to those who are not proficient readers of Latin.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. The play is set at the end of the Trojan War. Dante and Giovanni del Virgilio: If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Please note that our editors may make some formatting changes or correct spelling or grammatical errors, and may also contact you if any clarifications are needed. Bucknell University Press, The play ends with the Greeks mourning Achilles. The Chorus also appears at the end of Act 2 to lament the turn of events. This statement clearly uses his death to vilify Ezzelino and warn citizens of Padua to avoid letting tyranny return with Cangrande.
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Storico, poeta e uomo politico Padova – Chioggia Integra lo scambio epistolare tra Mussato e la cancelleria veneziana che si svolse tra il e il la lettera indirizzata al cancelliere Tanto, interessante per le osservazioni ecerlnis metrica latina, edita in Monticolo, Poesie latine del principio del secolo XIV cit.
Notes Includes text of Ecerinis by A. Miethke, Die Briefgedichte des A.
We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Humanism. Seneca is the primary model for tragedy in Latin in the Renaissance, and as Grund eerinis “a real turning point” p.
Medieval universities focused on the metrical and rhetorical features of writing, and this allowed early humanists, like Mussato, to recognize and emulate the verbal patterns of ancient poets. Musstao you mistrust the city dominating the waves of the Adriatic? The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica.