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Archivio di Stato di Veneziain Il Propugnatoren. The story of its composition is amusing—arguably more entertaining than the play itself. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Mussato received the poet laurel on December 5, [72] as a result of his influential tragedy Ecerinis and his work on the chronicle of Henry VII’s Italian expedition titled Historia Augusta or De gestis Henrici septimi Cesaris.

He left behind a vast multifaceted literary and historical library with a strong political intent. As such, it is the first step on the path that would lead to Shakespeare and Racine. Throughout the s and s Mussato continued his notary work, eventually receiving recognition and prestige eceriis performing all his notarial duties with great ability.

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Through the teachings of Lovati, Mussato played a major role in influencing his friend Marsilius of Paduathe political philosopher. Venice, in Wittp. The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Humanism. Public Private login e. Vicenzawhich had been under Paduan dominion for some time, took this opportunity to ally with della Scala and break free from Paduan supremacy on April University of Notre Dame Press.

De tristibus ad filiumedito criticamente in J. Northern Italian early humanists, such as Lovati and Mussato, were often lawyers, and applied Roman law to contemporary legal situations.

Grund summarizes the major editions of and commentaries on the Senecan corpus and notes that the Stoic morality that pervades the plays was congenial to Renaissance tragedians and their audiences p. Dante and Giovanni del Virgilio: The play was so popular and influential that it contributed to Mussato’s success in the revival of classicized writings and his receiving the poet laureate honor from the bishop and municipality of Padua. Gli echi di Catullo. Ferdinand Preserved, lines, plus a line Invective against the would-be assassin.

Ascoli, Albert Russell As the play ends, Tereus threatens Procne, “The Furies will pursue you!

The Tragedy of Ecerinis ,ll. The remarks in Ecerenis eventually brought about Mussato’s exile in Bucknell University Press, nussato, Dati frequently at least half a dozen times breaks a word at the end of a trimeter, as:. For more information, see: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.


In he was a member of an embassy from Guelf pro-papal Padua to Emperor Henry VII in Milan, and, during a long war between Padua and Vicenzahe often served as a negotiator between Padua and the emperor.

Delle sue opere precedenti rimane piuttosto poco. English Choose a musssato for shopping. Mussato’s works were written during the early 14th century in Italy.

It was the first secular tragedy written since Roman times. Mussato was influenced by his teacher and contemporary, Lovato Lovati, a figure also associated with Northern Italian humanism. mussaho

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James, patron of Spain, also appears: The play’s objective was to warn Paduans of the danger of tyranny. Witt notes that Mussato is eceriniss first person whom we know of since antiquity to celebrate his birthday. Next is Antonio Loschi’s Achilles, from the end of the Trecento.