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eBook Erasmi Opera Omnia : Volume VII-6 (Opera Omnia Desiderii Erasmi Erasmus, Opera Omnia) (Volume 7) download ISBN: 0444823956
Author: John J Bateman
Publisher: Brill (May 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 340
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Category: Literature
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The first volume of the collected works of Erasmus, containing his writings concerning education. I. by. Desiderius Erasmus. Public Domain Mark .

The first volume of the collected works of Erasmus, containing his writings concerning education. classics, Renaissance, Latin, education, humanism.

Series: Opera Omnia Desiderii Erasmi Erasmus, Opera Omnia. Hardcover: 531 pages. Publisher: Brill (December 1, 1995).

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Publication Date: 01 Jan 1997.

For example ASD I-3 contains the Colloquia (discussions, colloquies). For more information visit also the journal Erasmus Studies. Publication Date: 01 Jan 1997.

Desiderius Erasmus (Rotterdam, ca. 1466-Basel, 1536) enjoyed in his own lifetime an international reputation as a scholar and literary figure

For example ASD I-3 contains the Colloquia (discussions, colloquies). Desiderius Erasmus (Rotterdam, ca. 1466-Basel, 1536) enjoyed in his own lifetime an international reputation as a scholar and literary figure. His works (which were all written in Latin) cover the full range of letters, ethics and religion (cf. the ordines in his Opera omnia).

Erasmi Opera Omnia : Volume I-6, De duplici copia verborum ac rerum. Erasmus Roterodamus, S. Dresden, J. Trapman, C. Augustijn, Ch Bene, V. Branca. Download (pdf, 1. 3 Mb) Donate Read.

Ed. C. L. Heesakkers. Erasmi Opera Omnia IX-6. Ed. Charles Fantazzi (a1).

This volume of Erasmus' Opera omnia contains Erasmus' paraphrases on Hebrews - 3 John. In this genre, Erasmus retells and interprets these New Testament books. The volume presents a critical edition of the Latin text, accompanied by an introduction in English and a commentary, including an identification of sources quoted, and, where relevant, any linguistic, philological, theological or historical background information necessary to understand the Latin text.