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Autobiography of Joseph Scaliger

Joseph Juste Scaliger

Autobiography of Joseph Scaliger

with autobiographical selections from his letters, his testament and the funeral orations by Daniel Heinsius and Dominicus Baudius

by Joseph Juste Scaliger

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Published by Harvard university press in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated into English for the first time with introduction and notes by George W. Robinson.
SeriesHarvard translations
ContributionsHeinsius, Daniel, 1580-1655., Baudius, Dominique, 1561-1613., Robinson, George W. b. 1872.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPA85.S3 A4 1927
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6705613M
LC Control Number27019079
OCLC/WorldCa1995067

Autobiography of Joseph Scaliger / with autobiographical selections from his Letters, his Testament, and the funeral orations by Daniel Heinsius and Dominicus Baudius. Trans. into English for the first time with introduction and notes by G.W. Robinso. Joseph Merrick () – better known as The Elephant Man – is, along with Jack The Ripper, one of the men most closely associated with Whitechapel. And in a small museum attached to the hospital in the crypt of St Augustine in Newark Street are the sole handful of .

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Joseph Justus Scaliger, (born Aug. 5,Agen, Fr.—died Jan. 21,Leiden, Holland [now in Neth.]), Dutch philologist and historian whose works on chronology were among the greatest contributions of Renaissance scholars to revisions in historical and classical studies.

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Joseph Justus Scaliger is the author of Publii Virgilii Maronis Appendix Cum Supplemento Multorum Antehac Nunquam Excusorum Poematum Vererum Poetarum (/5(3).

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A publisher’s rejection of Roberts’s latest book prompted this candid, absorbing journal of her day-to-day life and search for inner peace. This book describes the later life of Joseph Scaliger (), the most original scholar of the late Renaissance.

It concentrates on his efforts to date the main events of ancient and medieval history, a study that required him to use both astronomical data and philological methods. Volume I of this study was published inand received wide critical attention.

An autobiography (from the Greek, αὐτός-autos self + βίος-bios life + γράφειν-graphein to write; also informally called an autobio) is a self-written account of the life of word "autobiography" was first used deprecatingly by William Taylor in in the English periodical The Monthly Review, when he suggested the word as a hybrid, but condemned it as "pedantic".

THE body of this work is a reprint of the Autobiography of Elder Joseph Bates, which received great public favor. A large edition of it has been sold, and the book has been out of print more than a year.

The call for it continues. The author was one of those noble and godly men who though "dead yet speaketh.". Joseph Scaliger (), a French humanist of Italian descent, edited a long series of Greek and Latin texts, and wielded both philological and astronomical techniques as he tried to reconstruct the whole framework of dates that underpinned ancient and medieval, near eastern and western history.

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THE BOOK OF MY LIFE GIROLAMO CARDANO (–) was born in Pavia, His books include Joseph Scaliger, Cardano’s Cosmos, and Bring Out Your Dead. nyrb new york review books New York detailed autobiography of all, the richly textured, lurid, and sometimes eerieBook of My Life. Computus from which he published selections in De emendatione, Book VII, with extensive notes.

These selections are in the same order as Scaliger's own treatise; first they deal with the Jewish calendar and then with dates of spe-cific events." Presumably Scaliger's "little diatribes" grew up into the first six books of the De emendatione. Scaliger, Joseph Justus (skăl`ĭjər), –, French classical was the son of Julius Caesar Scaliger, from whom he acquired his early mastery of Latin.

He adopted Protestantism inserved as companion of a Poitevin noble (–70), studied under Cujas at Valence (–72), and was professor of philosophy at Geneva (–74). Biography is a detailed account of a person's life written by someone else, while autobiography is written by the subject themselves.

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In that same life, I had a best friend. Her name is Judy. She was like a sister to me. Judy’s sister, Keren, was like a sister to me. Being with Judy, the love of books went to another level.The Autobiography of Joseph LeConte.

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