Amorum libri tres. Erklärt von Paul Brandt. by Ovid. Published by Dieterich in Leipzig. Written in Latin. Classifications. Library of Congress, PA A7. Get this from a library! P. Ovidi Nasonis Amorum libri tres,. [Ovid; Paul Brandt]. Get this from a library! Amorum libri tres. [Matteo Maria Boiardo; Tiziano Zanato].

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About Matteo Maria Boiardo. Boiardo was born at, or near, Scandiano today’s province of Reggio Emilia ; the son of Giovanni di Feltrino and Lucia Strozzi, he was of noble lineage, ranking as Count of Scandiano, with seignorial power over Arceto, Casalgrande, Gesso, and Torricella. Boiardo was an ideal example of a gifted and accomplished courtier, possessing at the same time a manly heart and deep humanistic learning.

At an early age he entered the University of Ferrara, where he acquired a good knowledge of Greek and Latin, and even of the Oriental languages. He was in due time admitted doctor in philosophy and in law. In he joined the retinue which escorted Eleonora of Aragon, the daughter of Ferdinand I, to meet her spouse, Ercole, at Ferrara.

Five years later Boiardo was invested with the governorship of Reggio, an office which he filled with noted success till his death, except for a brief interval —86 when he was governor of Modena.

In his youth Boiardo had been a successful imitator of Petrarca’s love poems.

Amorum libri : the lyric poems of Matteo Maria Boiardo in SearchWorks catalog

More serious attempts followed with the Istoria Imperiale, some adaptations of Nepos, Apuleius, Herodotus, Xenophon, etc. These were followed by a comedy, Il Timone ? He is best remembered, however, for his grandiose poem of chivalry and romance Orlando Innamorato the Encyclopaedia Britannica Eleventh Edition provides a detailed discussion of Orlando in its several editions. Rime, another work fromwas largely forgotten until the English-Italian librarian Wmorum Panizzi published it in Almost all Boiardo’s works, and especially the Orlando Innamorato, were composed for the amusement of Duke Ercole and his court, though not written within its precincts.


His practice, it is said, was to retire to Scandiano or some other of his estates, and there to devote himself to composition, and historians state that he took care to insert in the descriptions of his poem those of the agreeable environs of his chateau, and that the greater part of the names of his heroes, as Mandricardo, Gradasse, Sacripant, Agramant and others, were merely the names of some of his peasants, which, from their uncouthness, appeared to him proper anorum be given to Saracen warriors.

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It is uncertain when Boiardo libru a poem about a self-composed, unusual Tarot game, which is of relevance to Tarot research of the 15th century and the question of when Tarot developed. A deck, which was produced according to the poem probably shortly after Boiardo’s death has partially survived. Books by Matteo Maria Boiardo. No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.