A new sense of the past : the scholarship of Biondo Flavio by Gilbert Tournoy

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284, n. 5; Fubini, ‘La coscienza’, p. 36, n. 82; Tavoni, p. 214; Pittaluga, p. ), Blondus Flavius, De verbis, p. 26, n. 23; e Marchiò, Come discutevano gli umanisti, p. 153, n. 128. , 9, 1, 6-7. Sul passo di Isidoro si veda Fontaine, I, 126-127. 38 GIUSEPPE MARCELLINO affonda in profondità le proprie radici in un’opera ciceroniana. Prima di affrontare tale questione ci preme esaminare attentamente le somiglianze e soprattutto le differenze concettuali espresse rispettivamente da Biondo e Isidoro nei brani sopra riportati.

As these synopses indicate, they address a variety of topics from national identity to linguistic propriety, from archival research to philological analysis, and from historical tenets to antiquarian and chorographical pursuits. In so doing they provoke further work of Biondo’s rich and varied scholarship. Indeed, it is hoped that this volume will lead to the writing of fresh studies on this most prolific and original of thinkers. edu Giuseppe MARCELLINO BIONDO FLAVIO E LE ORIGINI DEL VOLGARE: UN RIESAME DELLA QUESTIONE (DE VERBIS §§ 108-111)* Alle soglie dell’epoca moderna – per quanto ciò oggi possa apparire paradossale – è stato necessario dimostrare che gli antichi Romani parlarono latino.

Nogara, Scritti inediti, p. CLV. Per le fonti della Roma triumphans si veda Mazzocco, ‘Some philological aspects’, pp. 18-26. 27 Il 13 giugno 1443 Biondo invia al re di Napoli, Alfonso d’Aragona, i primi otto libri delle Historiae. Si veda Nogara, Scritti inediti, pp. XCII e 148; Hay, ‘Flavio Biondo’, pp. 102-105. Per la composizione delle Decades si veda ora il contributo di Delle Donne presente in questo volume. 28 Buchholz, pp. 12-16. Si noti anche che nella Historia Romana di Paolo Diacono (XII, § 13), che costituisce per Biondo la fonte principale per la trattazione degli anni 415-526, si trova pure un riferimento al Sacco di Roma ad opera di Alarico.

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