Institute for the Classical Tradition
International Journal of the Classical Tradition
Ten Years of Neo-Latin Studies in the International Journal of the Classical Tradition: List of Articles

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Iiro Kajanto, “Poggio Bracciolini’s De Infelicitate Principum and its Classical Sources,” IJCT 1.1 (1994-1995), pp. 23-35.

Kenneth Lloyd-Jones, “The Tension of Philology and Philosophy in the Translations of Henri Estienne,” IJCT 1.1 (1994-1995), pp. 36-51.

James W. Binns, “John Parkhurst and the Traditions of Classical Latin Poetry in Sixteenth-Century England,” IJCT 1.1 (1994-1995), pp. 52-61.

J. K. Newman, “Empire of the Sun: Lelio Guidiccioni and Pope Urban VIII,” IJCT 1.1 (1994-1995), pp. 62-70.

Barry Baldwin, “On Some Greek and Latin Poems by Thomas Gray,” IJCT 1.1 (1994-1995), pp. 71-88.

Patricia J. Osmond & Robert W. Ulery, Jr., “Constantius Felicius Durantinus and the Renaissance Origins of Anti-Sallustian Criticism,” IJCT 1.3 (1994-1995), pp. 29-56.

John N. Grant, “Propertius, Ovid and Two Latin Poems of Pietro Bembo,” IJCT 1.4 (1994-1995), pp. 48-62.

Kenneth Lloyd-Jones, “Erasmus and Dolet on the Ethics of Imitation and the Hermeneutic Imperative,” IJCT 2 (1995-1996), pp. 27-44.

Luc Deitz, “‘Aristoteles imperator noster...’? J. C. Scaliger and Aristotle on Poetic Theory,” IJCT 2 (1995-1996), pp. 54-67.

Laurence Richer, “Sur quelques facteurs de décadence du latin en France dans la deuxième moitié du dix-neuvième siècle,” IJCT 2 (1995-1996), pp. 90-96.

Philip Ford, “Jean Dorat and the Reception of Homer in Renaissance France,” IJCT 2 (1995-1996), pp. 265-274.

James A. W. Heffernan, “Alberti on Appelles: Word and Image in De Pictura,” IJCT 2 (1995-1996), pp. 345-359.

Michael Silverthorne, “Political Terms in the Latin of Thomas Hobbes,” IJCT 2 (1995-1996), pp. 499-509.

John F. McDiarmid, “Classical Epitaphs for Heroes of Faith: Mid-Tudor Neo-Latin Memorial Volumes and their Protestant Context,” IJCT 3 (1996-1997), pp. 23-47.

Charles Fantazzi, “The Style of Quattrocento Latin Love Poetry,” IJCT 3 (1996-1997), pp. 127-146.

Albert Léonard, “Aspects de la didactique du latin au XIXe siècle en France et échos de sa réception par les élèves,” IJCT 3 (1996-1997), pp. 308-325.

Robin Sowerby, “Early Humanist Failure with Homer (I),” IJCT 4 (1997-1998), pp. 37-63 and “Early Humanist Failure with Homer (II),” IJCT 4 (1997-1998), pp. 165-194.

Paul Murgatroyd, “Johannes Secundus Ellegia Sollemnis 1,” IJCT 4 (1997-1998), pp. 526-531.

Franz Römer, “Klassische Bildung im Dienst habsburgischer Propaganda: Lateinische Panegyrik in der Donaumonarchie,” IJCT 5 (1998-1999), pp. 195-203.

Brendan Dooley, “The Ptolemaic Astrological Tradition in the Seventeenth Century: An Example from Rome,” IJCT 5 (1998-1999), pp. 528-548.

Angela M.V. Fritsen, "Testing Auctoritas: The Travels of Paolo Marsi, 1468-69," IJCT 6 (1999-2000), pp. 356-382.

Patricia J. Osmond, “Catiline in Florence and Fiesole: The Medieval and Renaissance After-life of a Roman Conspirator,” IJCT 7 (2000-2001), pp. 3-38.

Mark Bannister, "Heroic Hierarchies: classical models for panegyrics in seventeenth-century France," IJCT 8 (2001-2002), pp. 38-59.

Roger Harmon, “Themistocles and Philomathes: Amousoi and amousia in Antiquity and the Early Modern Period,” IJCT 9 (2002-2003), pp. 351-390.

Richard Frank, "Fracastoro: Poetry vs. Prose," IJCT 9 (2002-2003), pp. 524-534 (in press).

Carl P.E. Springer, “Arms and the Theologian: Martin Luther’s Adversus Armatum Virum Cocleum,” IJCT 10 (2003-2004), pp. 38-53 (in press).

John F. Miller, “Ovid’s Fasti and the Neo-Latin Christian Calendar Poem,” IJCT 10 (2003-2004), forthcoming.

Kirk Summers, "The Origins Of The Title Of Muret’s Iuvenilia," IJCT 10 (2003-2004), forthcoming.

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