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Greek Scholars Between East and West in the Fifteenth Century (Hardcover) (John Monfasani)
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Although the immense importance for the Renaissance of Greek Ã©migrÃ©s to fifteenth-century Italy has long been recognized, much basic research on the phenomenon remains to be done. This new volume by John Monfasani gathers together fourteen studies filling in some of the gaps in our knowledge. The philosophers George Gemistus Pletho and George Amiroutzes, the great churchman Cardinal Bessarion, and the famous humanists George of Trebizond and Theodore Gaza are the subjects of some of the articles. Other articles treat the Ã©migrÃ©s as a group within the wider frame of contemporary issues, such as humanism, the theological debate between the Orthodox and Roman Catholics, and the process of translating Greek texts into Latin. Furthermore, some notable Latin figures also enter into several of the articles in a detailed way, specifically, Nicholas of Cusa, NiccolÃ² Perotti, and Pietro Balbi.
Sub-Genre: Medieval, Social History, Modern / 17th Century
Series Title: Variorum Collected Studies
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Author: John Monfasani
Street Date: February 9, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-08-7245
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