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         Ariosto Lodovico:     more books (27)
  1. The Orlando furioso; Volume 2 by Ariosto Lodovico 1474-1533, 2010-09-29
  2. Orlando furioso Volume 5 by Ariosto Lodovico 1474-1533, 2010-09-29
  3. Orlando furioso Volume 1 by Ariosto Lodovico 1474-1533, 2010-09-29
  4. Orlando furioso Volume 4 by Ariosto Lodovico 1474-1533, 2010-10-15
  5. Orlando Furioso Volume 1 by Ariosto Lodovico 1474-1533, Waldman Guido tr, 2010-10-14
  6. Orlando furioso Volume 3 by Ariosto Lodovico 1474-1533, 2010-09-29
  7. Orlando furioso. In Italian and English Volume 1 by Lodovico, 1474-1533 Ariosto, 2009-10-26
  8. The Lady Vanishes: Subjectivity and Representation in Castiglione and Ariosto by Valeria Finucci, 1992-08-01
  9. Figures in Ariosto's Tapestry: Character and Design in the Orlando Furioso by Professor Peter Wiggins, 1985-12-01
  10. Ariosto and Boiardo: The Origins of Orlando Furioso by Peter V. Marinelli, 1987-12
  11. Ariosto Today: Contemporary Perspectives (Toronto Italian Studies)
  12. The Countervoyage of Rabelais and Ariosto by Elizabeth A. Chesney, 1982-02
  13. Ludovico Ariosto: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism, 1956-1980 by Robert J. Rodini, Salvatore Di Maria, 1984-12
  14. Ariosto and the Classical Simile (Harvard Studies in Romance Languages, V. 36.) by Kristen Olson Murtaugh, 1981-05

41. Miscellaneous Items In High Demand: Subjects: 27
Argyll, George William Campbell,17661839. Ariadne (Greek mythology).Ariosto, Lodovico,1474-1533. Aristocracy1780-1790. Aristotle.
Architectural drawingsColor1920-1930.
Architectural drawingsColor1950-1960.

Architectural drawingsColor1970-1980.

Architectural drawingsReproductions1850-1860.

42. U. Of Western Ontario /All Locations
Don Quixote. Ariosto, Lodovico, 14741533 Influence Cervantes. Ariosto,Lodovico, 1474-1533. Orlando furioso. Chivalry in literature.,145,624,B/frameset&F
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43. University Of New Hampshire Library - Milne Special Collections And Archives - E
1587, Lodovico, Ariosto, 14741533, Orlando Furioso Di M. Lodovico Ariosto, TuttoRicoretto Di Nuoue Figure Adornato, Con Le Annotationi, Gli Auuertimenti,
The following titles are Vault items which were published before 1750 in locations other than New Hampshire. Most are in very shabby condition. Date Imprint Call No. Catholic Church, Liturgy and Ritual, Hours, Ohhitiu Beate Marie Virginis Vault
Saint Antonius, apb. of Florence, 1389-1459, Summa Theologica, Tertia Pars Totius Sume Maioris Beati Antonini , Strasbourg: J. Gruninger, 1496 Vault
Marcus Tullius Cicero, De Oratore, De Perfecto Oratore Vault
C. Julius Ceasar, I Commentari De Caio Givlio Cesare Vault
Publius Vergilius Maro, Vault
Flavius Arrianus, Arrianou Peri Anabaseos Alexandrou, 1575 Historion Biblio E Ariani De Expedit [Ione] Alex [Andri] Magni, Historiarum Libri VIII. Ex Bonavent. VVLCANII, Ex Plut.; Eivsdem Libri II De Fortuna Vel Virtute Alexandri , J. Stephanus, 1575 Vault
Sebastian Munster, Cosmographey/ Oder Beschreibung/ Aller Laender Herrschafften/ Und Furnembsten Stetten jDes Gantzen/ Erdbodens, Sampt Ihren Gelegenheiten, Eygenschafften.... Vault
Lodovico, Ariosto, 1474-1533

44. Copernicus' Contemporaries
younger (14971543); Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527); Lodovico Ariosto(1474-1533); François Rabelais (c. 1495-1553); Henry VIII, king
Copernicus' contemporaries

18451914. expand/contract this heading, Ariosto, Lodovico, 1474-1533.expand/contract this heading, ARLISS, GEORGE, 1868-1946. expand
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Brann, Noel L. The debate over the origin of genius during the Italian Renaissance : the theories of supernatural frenzy and natural melancholy in accord and in conflict on the threshold of the scientific revolution.. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2002. Perkins 153.98 B821, D286, 2002
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47. Timeline - Italian Renaissance
X He becomes a great patron of the arts 1512 Medici restored to power in Florence1508 La Cassaria - comedy by Lodovico Ariosto (1474-1533) 1513 La Calandria
Platonic Academy founded in Florence
Sculpture, David
Cosimo de' Medici
Becomes ruler of Florence
Lorenzo de' Medici
"the Magnificant"
Becomes ruler of Florence
Filippo Brunelleschi
Writes Rules of Perspective. In 1419 he designs the octagonal ribbed cupola of the Florence Cathedral Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) Writes Divina Commedia in Italian Massaccio Paints frescos in Brancci Chapel, Florence Sandro Botticelli Paints Birth of Venus for the Medici Leonardo da Vinci Paints Mona Lisa Florentine, painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, weapons designer, scientist, researched anatomy, optics, hydraulics Michelangelo Buonarroti Paints ceiling of Sistine Chapel, Rome. Sculptor, painter, architect, poet Publication of De Architectura by Roman architect Vitruvius , originally written in the first century BCE Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola Publishes The Dignity of Men , considered a major statement of Renaissance humanism Christopher Columbus (1451 - 1506) Italian, sailing for the Spanish crown, discovers America

48. Great Playwrights
Italian Renaissance Playwrights Niccolò Machiavelli (14691527);Lodovico Ariosto (1474-1533) Ariosto and the Italian Renaissance.
Great Playwrights
Drama has been part of human ritual and entertainment for more than four millennia. We know of socio-political-religious rituals being performed in ancient Egypt before 2000 B.C.E., and no doubt Greece, India, and China witnessed similar rituals in the same era. Not until the classical and immediate preclassical period of Greece, however, do we find plays that are still performed and playwrights whom we know by name. The chronological list which begins after the assignment description contains links to Web sites providing information about some of the great playwrights from classical Greek times to the present. Assignment for Students Taking Humanities 290 for Credit:
  • Students taking Humanities 290 over the Web must make a virtual visit to all the Great Playwrights, and they MUST comment to the class at least onceat the completion of their to all the playwrightson what they see and learn, but they also are encouraged to comment offen during their virtual visitations. The Humanities 290 grade for Web students will be derived in part from students' thoughtful commentary on what they learned on the Web. Students should send their comments to the class through the class Blackboard discussion at
  • 49. Plaut - Amfitrion - Eseje - Kultura Antyczna
    ponizej podajemy tylko te bedace w calosci parafraza Plautynskiej komediiVitalis de Blois (XII w.) Geta, Lodovico Ariosto (1474-1533) - I Suppositi
    W Na bie¿±co: I nformacje C o nowego Matematyka i przyroda: A stronomia B iologia ... odelowanie rzeczywisto¶ci Humanistyka: F ilozofia H istoria ... ztuka Czytaj: B iblioteka D elta ... ielcy i wiêksi Przydatne: S ³owniki C o i gdzie studiowaæ ... szech¶wiat w obrazkach Jeste¶ tutaj: Wirtualny Wszech¶wiat Kultura antyczna Eseje Jeste¶ tutaj Eseje Plaut - Amfitrion
    Ewa Skwara Szukacz Przeszukaj Wirtualny Wszech¶wiat: Jak zadawaæ pytania?
    Plaut - Amfitrion Ewa Skwara
    Amfitrion powsta³ prawdopodobnie w ¶rodkowym lub nawet pó¼nym okresie twórczo¶ci Plauta; wskazuje na to zarówno styl (tragiczno-komediowy), jak i stosunek ilo¶ciowy partii zwanych cantica do pozosta³ego tekstu (znaczna przewaga tych pierwszych). Trudno jednak ustaliæ dok³adniejsz± datê wystawienia sztuki. Wprawdzie niektórzy uczeni dopatruj± siê w wersach 41-42 aluzji do pokazanej przez Enniusza w roku 186 p.n.e. tragedii z gatunku fabula praetexta pod tytu³em Ambracia , i uwa¿aj±, ¿e Amfitrion wszed³ na scenê w tym samym czasie, ale teza ta budzi du¿e w±tpliwo¶ci. Kwestia datacji ci±gle zatem pozostaje otwarta.
    Ustalenie greckiego pierwowzoru, z którego Plaut zapewne korzysta³ przy opracowywaniu historii Amfitriona, równie¿ napotyka na ogromne trudno¶ci. Wiadomo, ¿e motyw ten opracowywali ju¿ wcze¶niej Sofokles i Eurypides, a tak¿e przedstawiciele komedii staroattyckiej: Archippos i Platon, który by³ autorem sztuki

    50. Selected New Acquisitions In Medieval & Renaissance Studies - 11/02
    (Series Medieval Renaissance Texts Studies (Series) ; . 242.)Main Stack PQ4562.A72M5713 2002. Ariosto, Lodovico, 14741533.
    by call number
    UC Berkeley Library
    November, 2002
    The Library of Congress classification schedules often class "early" or "classical" works in the same number as the medieval ones. Attempts are made to exclude the irrelevant titles whenever possible. Conring, Barbara, 1969-
    Hieronymus als Briefschreiber : ein Beitrag zur spatantiken
    Epistolographie / Barbara Conring.
    Tubingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2001.
    (Series: Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum ; 8.)
    Main Stack BR1720.J5C667 2001 Interdisciplinary perspectives on modernity / edited by Sudha P.
    Pandya, Prafulla C. Kar. 1st ed.
    Delhi : Pencraft International, 2001.
    Main Stack CB357.I56 2001 Kindt, Bastien.
    Les tuiles inscrites de Corcyre / Bastien Kindt. Louvain-la-Neuve : Universite catholique de Louvain, 1997. (Series: Publications d'histoire de l'art et d'archeologie de l'Universite catholique de Louvain ; 95) Main Stack CN380.K47K56 1997 Hubner, Alfred. TroasMysien / bearbeitet von Alfred Hubner ; unter Leitung von Diederich Behrend und Gerhard Thur.

    51. Selected New Acquisitions In Medieval & Renaissance Studies - 2/03
    Main Stack PQ4496.E29I75 2002. Ariosto, Lodovico, 14741533. Orlando furioso/ Ludovico Ariosto ; a cura di Emilio Bigi. 1a ed. Milano Rusconi, 1982.
    by call number
    UC Berkeley Library
    February, 2003
    The Library of Congress classification schedules often class "early" or "classical" works in the same number as the medieval ones. Attempts are made to exclude the irrelevant titles whenever possible. Il Convegno Niceno II (787) e il culto delle immagini / a cura di
    S. Leanza.
    Messina : Sicania, 1994.
    Main Stack BR240.C66 1994 Griffith, Sidney Harrison.
    The beginnings of Christian theology in Arabic : Muslim-Christian
    encounters in the early Islamic period / Sidney H. Griffith.
    Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2002.
    (Series: Collected studies ; CS746.)
    Main Stack BR253.G75 2002 Crouzel, Henri.
    Origen / Henri Crouzel ; translated by A.S. Worrall. 1st ed. Main Stack BR1720.O7C7613 1989 Humanism and the northern renaissance / edited by Kenneth R. Bartlett and Margaret McGlynn. Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press, 2000. Main Stack CB369.H85 2000 Moffitt CB369.H85 2000 Reyes, A. T.

    52. Annotations For David Hume
    For more information, click here. Ariosto is Lodovico Ariosto (14741533)and the book in question is Orlando Furioso. Paragraph 10. of art/hume annotations.htm
    Annotations for David Hume's
    "Of the Standard of Taste"
    Please let me know if any of these links are broken! These annotations were prepared by Theodore Gracyk.
    Return to the Hume text Then use your web browser's "back" button each time you want to return to your place in the essay. Paragraph when critics come to particulars When critics examine specific examples. "Particulars" are individual objects, in contrast to abstractions or generalities. Hume is making the point that our agreement about abstract principles does not translate into agreement about specific works. You and I can both endorse witty dialogue as a valuable element of a comedy, but disagree whether the film Ghost Busters is better than Annie Hall In contrast, Hume claims that scientific disagreements tend to be about generalities, not particulars. (In the eighteenth century, it would not be unusual to find that two scientists would agree about certain facts while disagreeing on which of two rival theories to apply.) Paragraph #3 found morality on sentiment A "sentiment" is an emotion. Hume is describing his own position. Hume is denying that distinctions between what is good and bad can be based on reasoning about things: "Morality ... is more properly felt than judged of; though this feeling or sentiment is commonly so soft and gentle that we are apt to confound it with an idea" See Book 3 of the

    53. Index
    Stories Volume 13, by Maupassant, Guy de, 18501893 Orlando Furioso _ 8-bittext (with accented letters), by Ariosto, Lodovico, 1474-1533 Orlando Furioso
    Ozma Of Oz, by Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919

    54. NYSL: Display Case IV - Special Collections
    Lodovico Ariosto 14741533. Orlando furioso. Milaon, Societa tipograficade'Classici italiani, 1812. 5v. Bruce Alan Brown, a music
  • The Reverend John Sharpe Collection, 1754
    John Sharpe [1680-1722?] Chaplain to her Majesty in the Province of New York from 1704 to 1713, gave his books to the city to establish a "Publick Library." The Venerable Bede Bedae Venerabilis Opera quaedam theologica: nunc primum edita, nec non historica, antea semel edita: accesserunt Egberti...Dialogus de ecclesiastica institutione, et Aldhelmi... Liber de virginitate, ex codice antiquissimo emendatus , Londoni, Impensis Robert Clavell, 1693. Facing the title page is an inscription Sharpe sometimes wrote in his books: "Ad quid venisti?" or "Why have you come here?" This is the title of St. Bernard of Clairvaux's book of monastic instruction, a reminder of Sharpe's religious vocation.
  • The Green Art Collection, 1878
    John Cleve Green [1800-1875] was a prosperous figure of the old China trade. His family left an endowment to the Library. A portrait of John Green and paneling from the Green Alcove at University Place were moved to the Seventy-ninth Street Library and both are now in a nook on the 12th level stack Arnold W. Brunner
  • 55. 02--Classics & Ancient Pieces
    Ariosto, Lodovico (14741533). Orlando Furioso. Roland in a MadFury. Begun in 1505 and being revised from 1516 to 32. One of
    An essay on marriage; or, The lawfulness of divorce, in certain cases, considered: addressed to the feelings of mankind Philadelphia, PA: Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Jr., 1788. Don’t you love it: “addressed to the feelings of mankind”? I’ll be Zechariah wrote it, too; I’d like to hear his wife’s side (since she could not get published in 1788). An essay upon divorcement; writ for the good of both sexes, shewing the lawfulness and unlawfulness, the conveniences and inconveniences of divorces with a peremptory conclusion upon the fame, occasion'd by the debates in the House of Lords, the 3d of this instant, upon Sir Geo. Downing and Mrs. Forester, petitioning for a divorce, which will also be an answer to Mr. Shuttlewood's wedding sermon intitled, Marriages made in heaven London: Printed for J. Baker, 1715. Go ahead, laugh, I know you’re smiling. Ariosto, Lodovico (1474-1533). Orlando Furioso [Roland in a Mad Fury.] Begun in 1505 and being revised from 1516 to 32. One of the most influential poems of the Renaissance, an epic poem of huge proportions of loves, ladies, knights and arms. Orlando goes mad from love, rage and jealously, which are fixed by the magic of a sorcerer, which in turn help him and the Christians fight pagans.

    56. Conceptual Timeline
    14731543. Copernicus, Nicolaus. On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres. 1474-1533.Ariosto, Lodovico. Orlando Furioso. 1475-1564. Michelangelo. Letters, Poems.

    57. An Armory Of Famous Writers
    Pompeo Litta, Famiglie Celebri Italiane * Lodovico Ariosto (14741533) per fess,or an eagle displayed sabel crowned or, and pally of 6 azure and argent.
    An Armory of Famous Writers
    * Johann-Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832; Saxony, ennobled by the Emperor 1782): Arms: azure, a star and a border or. [Rietstap] * Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805, knighted Sep. 7, 1802): Arms: per fess, Or a unicorn issuant argent, Azure a fess or. Crest: a crown of laurels vert. [Rietstap] * Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860): V ert a bend between two stars of six points all argent. [Klaus K] * Pierre Corneille (1606-84, an. 1637): Azure on a fess or between three mullets argent, three lions' heads gules. [Rietstap] * Jean de La Fontaine Or three frets sable. [D'Hozier Soissons, registered to his widow.] * Jean Racine azure a swan argent beaked and armed sable. [Rietstap] Bossuet Azure three wheels or Or two griffin's paws in pale gules armed azure . [ANF 1845] * Buffon Argent on a bend gules a mullet or . [ANF 1845] * Or three bends vert . [ANF 1845] * Florian Or an eagle sable on a chief azure a sun or to which the eagle looks . [ANF 1845] * Malherbe ermine six roses gules . [ANF 1845] * Scarron Azure a bend embattled counter embattled or . [ANF 1845] * Vaugelas Argent a chevron azure between three Moor's heads sable wreathed of the first . [ANF 1845] * Charles Perrault Or on an escutcheon azure an escutcheon argent Quinault azure a chevron or between three "soucis" slipped or Gules three cucumbers argent.

    58. Prospective Plays For The National Theatre Compiled By Kenneth Tynan
    Hroswitha, c. 935c.1001 Six Plays based on Terence, c. 1000. Lodovico Ariosto,1474-1533 I Suppositi, 1509. Matteo Maria Boiardo, 1441-1494 Timone.
    Prospective Plays for the Royal National Theatre
    Compiled by Kenneth Tynan CLASSIC Greek
    Aeschylus , 525-456 BC
    The Suppliant Ladies,
    The Persians, 472
    The Seven Against Thebes
    Prometheus Bound,
    c. 458
    The Oresteia Aristophanes , c.445-c.385 BC
    Acharnians Knights
    Nephelai (The Clouds)
    Sphekes (The Wasps)
    Eirene (Peace) Ornithes (The Birds) Lysistrata Batrachoi (The Frogs) Thesmophoriazusae Ecclesiazusae (Women in Debate) Plutus
    Euripides , 480-406 BC Alcestis Medea Hippolytus Hekabe (Hecuba) , c. 425 Andromache Herakles Mainomenos Ion Troades (The Trojan Women) Iphigeneia he en Taurois Electra Helene Orestes Iphigeneia he en Aulidi Cyclops , c. 425 Bakchai (Bacchants) Sophocles , c.495-406 BC Antigone , c. 442 Electra Oedipus Rex The Women of Trachis Philoctetes Oedipus at Colonus Roman Titus Maccius Plautus , c.251-184 BC Miles Gloriosus Menaechmi Pseudolus The Bacchides Trinumnus Amphitryon , c. 186 Captivi Aulularia Truculentus Lucius Annaeus Seneca , c. 4 BC – AD 65 Hercules Furens Medea Phaedra Oedipus Thyestes Troades Agamemnon Terence (Publius Terentius Afer), c. 195-159 Eunuchus Andria Adelphoe Hecyra Phormio MEDIEVAL TO 1550 English The Cornish Cycle (4 Plays) The Chester Cycle (25 Plays) The York Cycle (38 Plays) The Wakefield or Townsley Cycle (32 Plays) The Coventry Cycle (42 Plays) Anonymous Mankind The Castle of Perseverance , c. 1440

    59. NACSIS Webcat Shosai
    Einaudi, Milano 19 85) ISBN 4815804079(?) ; 4815804079(?) ? Orlando furioso Ariosto, Lodovico, 14741533 ; ?, ?

    60. The Gonzaga In Mantova - A Chronology
    Pupils Lodovico (see below), and Federico da Montefeltre, ruler and humanist in FerraraLodovico II, Marchese, 1444 (Ferrara) Ariosto (14741533),Orlando Furioso

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