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De Orbe Novo

Author : Francis Augustus Macnutt
ISBN : 0559123922
Genre : History
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De Orbe Novo

Author : Pietro Martire d' Anghiera
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De Orbe Novo The Eight Decades Of Peter Martyr D Anghera

Author : Francis Augustus Macnutt
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De Rebvs Hispanorvm Ad Novvm Terrarvm Orbem Mexicvmque Gestis

Author : Juán Ginés de Sepúlveda
ISBN : UVA:X002250514
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De Orbe Novo The Eight Decades Of Peter Martyr D Anghera

Author : Anghiera Pietro Martire D'
ISBN : 1113147601
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De Orbe Novo

Author : Peter Martyr D'anghiera
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"De Orbe Novo" from Peter Martyr d'Anghiera. Italian-born historian of Spain and its discoveries during the Age of Exploration (1457-1526).

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Reviews the book "De Orbe Novo," by the Italian historian Pietro Martire d' Anghiera (1457-1526), reviewed in the "Athena Review," Volume 1, Number 1. Notes that the book is the first historical account of the voyages of Columbus, Ojeda, Cortes, and other Spanish explorers.

Columbus First Voyage

Author : Pietro Martire d' Anghiera
ISBN : 9780865166134
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Five selections in Latin from Peter Martyr of Angleria's De Orbe Novo are presented with vocabulary help on the facing page. After each Latin selection, background notes including information from other primary sources (Columbus' own 1493 letter, the abstraction of Columbus' journal by Fray Bartolomé de las Casas, and Oviedo's Natural History of the West Indies) are included along with the pertinent Latin selection from Peter Martyr. When Peter Martyr was writing in the fifteenth century, it was agreed upon by scholars and men of literature at the time that the proper Latin to use was that of Marcus Tullius Cicero. Hence Martyr's Latinity is quite classical and, in fact, the simplicity of his literary style resembles that of Julius Caesar. Special Features A chronology of events from August, 1492 through March, 1493 5 Latin selections about Columbus' First Voyage from Peter Martyr of Angleria's De Orbe Novo Vocabulary and grammar help on the page facing the Latin text Reproductions of illustrations from Columbus' 1493 letter Chapter end notes that present pertinent background information along with the Latin text for easy reference Auxiliary sentences that guide the student to understanding Peter Martyr's Latin A Latin to English Lexicon at the back of the book A complete bibliography

The Classical Tradition And The Americas European Images Of The Americas And The Classical Tradition 2 Pts

Author : Wolfgang Haase
ISBN : 3110115727
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Relating Religion

Author : Jonathan Z. Smith
ISBN : 0226763870
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One of the most influential theorists of religion, Jonathan Z. Smith is best known for his analyses of religious studies as a discipline and for his advocacy and refinement of comparison as the basis for the history of religions. Relating Religion gathers seventeen essays—four of them never before published—that together provide the first broad overview of Smith's thinking since his seminal 1982 book, Imagining Religion. Smith first explains how he was drawn to the study of religion, outlines his own theoretical commitments, and draws the connections between his thinking and his concerns for general education. He then engages several figures and traditions that serve to define his interests within the larger setting of the discipline. The essays that follow consider the role of taxonomy and classification in the study of religion, the construction of difference, and the procedures of generalization and redescription that Smith takes to be key to the comparative enterprise. The final essays deploy features of Smith's most recent work, especially the notion of translation. Heady, original, and provocative, Relating Religion is certain to be hailed as a landmark in the academic study and critical theory of religion.

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