Quadrato lapide: Ancient Architectural Terms in Dalmatian Renaissance Latin

When Renaissance humanists look at ancient architecture, they describe it using technical terms found in ancient authors. Such procedure is especially clear when humanists write in Latin. What are the terms they use, and which terms appear frequently? I will explore this in a digital corpus of Renaissance Latin writings in Dalmatia around 1500, following …

Špoljarić on politics, patronage and intellectual culture at the Hungarian court

The volume 38 of Građa za povijest književnosti hrvatske (Materials for Croatian literary history), published by the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, appeared recently. The long-awaited volume presents an impressive selection of writings by past Croatian authors in Latin, Italian, Croatian, and German (including Croatian translations and paraphrases from Italian and Latin); most of …

Stepanić i Georgius Huszthi u Berlinu

Suradnici projekta Croatica et Tyrolensia sudjelovali su na godišnjem kongresu Američkog društva za renesansu (Berlin, Sveučilište Humboldt, 26.-28. 3. 2015). Kolegica Gorana Stepanić napisala je za blog kratak osvrt. (José Jiménez Aranda, Robinja na prodaju, 1892)   Godišnja skupština Američkog društva za renesansu (Renaissance Society of America) skup je duge tradicije, sjajne reputacije i izuzetno velikih …

CroALa, a Christmas edition

A new edition of Croatiae auctores Latini is available. At the moment, the collection contains 451 documents and almost 5.5 million words (5,452,609 to be exact). Moreover, we have a new server (croala.ffzg.unizg.hr), a new landing page, and search pages which are in the process of redesign. Though the process of moving home is not …

Auctores per saecula

Quot auctores Croati, nobis noti et a nobis annotati, Latine scripserint oratione soluta, quot autem scripserint versus, inveniri potest (ope programmatum XQuery et BaseX) in pagina sequenti: croalabib-gen-saec. How many Croatian authors wrote Latin prose, how many wrote verse? The answer, at least for those annotated in our database, can be found (via XQuery and BaseX …

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