The subject of this book is the family Amalteo, who moved from Innsbruck to Pordenone in the fifteenth century and occupied a prominent position there, as painters, poets, scholars, notaries, government officials, schoolmasters, and churchmen, for the next five hundred years. Many of their writings have survived, which offered Matteo Venier the opportunity to make a selection of the most important works and the local learned society, the Accademia San Marco, the chance to bring the resulting anthology into print (dalla recensione di C. Kallendorf in NEO-LATIN NEWS, Vol. 65, Nos. 1 & 2. Jointly with SCN. NLN, official publication of the American Association for Neo-Latin Studies. Edited by Craig Kallendorf, Texas A&M University)

Amaltheae favilla domus: un’antologia poetica da Paolo ad Aurelio Amalteo

Matteo Venier
2016

Abstract

The subject of this book is the family Amalteo, who moved from Innsbruck to Pordenone in the fifteenth century and occupied a prominent position there, as painters, poets, scholars, notaries, government officials, schoolmasters, and churchmen, for the next five hundred years. Many of their writings have survived, which offered Matteo Venier the opportunity to make a selection of the most important works and the local learned society, the Accademia San Marco, the chance to bring the resulting anthology into print (dalla recensione di C. Kallendorf in NEO-LATIN NEWS, Vol. 65, Nos. 1 & 2. Jointly with SCN. NLN, official publication of the American Association for Neo-Latin Studies. Edited by Craig Kallendorf, Texas A&M University)
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