We’d love your help Paolo Giovio (also spelled Paulo Jovio; Latin: Paulus Jovius) was an Italian physician, historian and biographer, and prelate.
Paolo Giovio (also spelled Paulo Jovio; Latin: Paulus Jovius) was an Italian physician, historian and biographer, and prelate. He is chiefly known as the author of a celebrated work of contemporary history, Historiarum sui temporis libri XLV, of a collection of lives of famous men, Vitae virorum illustrium (1549‑57), and of Elogia virorum bellica virtute illustrium, (Florence, 1554), which may be Paolo Giovio (also spelled Paulo Jovio; Latin: Paulus Jovius) was an Italian physician, historian and.
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Paolo Giovio (also spelled Paulo Jovio; Latin: Paulus Jovius; 19 April 1483 – 11 December 1552) was an Italian physician, historian, biographer, and prelate. Little is known about Giovio's youth. He was a native of Como; his family was from the Isola Comacina of Lake Como. His father, a notary, died around 1500. He was educated under the direction of his elder brother Benedetto, a humanist and historian. Although interested in literature, he was sent to Padua to study medicine. He graduated in 1511.
Journal of Classic and English Renaissance Literature, Vol. 21, Issue. Daniel's additions are quoted from The Complete Works of Samuel Daniel, ed. Grosart, A. B. (London, 1896), v, 297–304. Joan Rees, author of the standard monograph on Daniel, gives what seems to be the generally accepted view on the subject: ‘Daniel at this time was himself a good Italian schola. .
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Daniel Samuel The Worthy tract of Paulus Iovius con. xiii. 41. Dkkker Thomas The Belman of London The first. Volume 102 Thomas Corser Full view - 1878. Collectanea Anglo-poetica, Or, A Bibliographical and Descriptive Catalogue.
Italian literature, 16th century. opallibriantichi; additional collections. Elogia virorum bellica virtute illustrium. Septem libris iam olim ab authore comprehensa. Basileae: Petri Pernae Typhographi, 1575.
Samuel Daniel (1562 – 14 October 1619) was an English poet and historian. He studied at Oxford University before becoming tutor to the family of Lord Herbert and later other members of the aristocracy. He translated work from Latin to English and then began to publish his own prose and verse. In 1603 he was given a royal appointment and produced a series of masques. In the early 17th century he associated with other well known writers of the time before retiring to the village of Beckington in Somerset. Стр. 58 - Not what we ail'd, yet something we did ail, And yet were well, and yet we were not well, And what was our disease we could not tell. Then would we kiss, then sigh, then look : and thus In that first garden of our simpleness We spent our childhood. Встречается в книгах (100) с 1808 по 2008. 220 - Come live with mee, and bee my love, And wee will some new pleasures prove Of golden sands, and christall brookes, With silken lines, and silver hookes.
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reproductions with an introd. Are you sure you want to remove The worthy tract of Paulus Iovius (1585) from your list? The worthy tract of Paulus Iovius (1585). reproductions with an introd. by Norman K. Farmer, Jr. by Paolo Giovio. Includes bibliographical references. Photoreprint of the 1585 ed. printed for S. Waterson, London, and of 1559 ed. Appresso G. Roviglio, Leone.