Aevum: rivista, articoli e abbonamenti

AEVUM

Rassegna di Scienze storiche linguistiche e filologiche

A cura della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell'Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
La rivista «Aevum», il cui primo numero apparve nel gennaio-marzo 1927, rappresenta per un vasto settore disciplinare degli studi umanistici la voce della Facoltà di Lettere e filosofia dell'Università Cattolica del S. Cuore. Ha diffusione in ambito nazionale e internazionale. Attualmente pubblica in tre fascicoli annuali – rispettivamente dedicati al mondo classico, al Medioevo, all'Occidente moderno – articoli brevi e lunghi, cronache, recensioni e annunzi bibliografici. Ogni fascicolo, offrendo pubblicazione di inediti, analisi rigorose, discussioni critiche e approfondimenti eruditi, contribuisce al progredire degli studi. «Aevum» è un periodico scientifico aperto a contributi nel campo della storia, della filologia, delle scienze documentarie (epigrafia, paleografia, ecc.), della tradizione culturale europea nella sua specificità e negli scambi con altre culture, dall'antichità all'età moderna. I contributi debbono essere il risultato di ricerche scientifiche originali e non debbono essere stati pubblicati altrove a stampa o nel web, neanche in altra lingua. Edizioni di testi letterari e documentari, censimenti e cataloghi tematici sono privilegiati. Lingue di pubblicazione oltre l'italiano sono francese, inglese, spagnolo, tedesco. 

I contributi presentati a «Aevum» sono valutati, in forma anonima, da studiosi competenti per la specifica disciplina (‘double-blind peer review’).

La rivista è in Fascia A Anvur
 per A Anvur Category for
  • l'intera Area 10 - Scienze dell'antichità, filologico-letterarie e storico-artistiche
  • i settori concorsuali A1, A2, A3, A4 dell'Area 11 - Scienze storiche, filosofiche, pedagogiche, psicologiche
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Modelos de santidad para la penitencia cuaresmal: nueva edición de tres sermones panegíricos de san Vicente Ferrer
di Josep Enric Rubio Albarracín, Josep Antoni Aguilar Ávila, Albert Hauf Valls pagine: 41 € 6,00
Abstract
This paper showcases an ongoing new philological edition of Vincent Ferrer’s fifty-three Lenten sermons preached in València in 1413 (València, Cathedral Archive, ms. 273). A short introductory note outlining the project’s core  editing guidelines is followed by a sample of three panegyric sermons devoted, respectively, to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint Ambrose of Milan and Saint George. In all three cases the critical text is supplemented by a textual 
apparatus and explanatory notes.
Epitaphia Nogarolae perennitati. A funerary collection for Ludovico Nogarola
di Ide Francois pagine: 29 € 6,00
Abstract
This article presents the first critical edition of the Epitaphia Ioannis Antonii Panthei Veronensis et discipulorum eius Nogarolae perennitati, which are preserved in the Veronese manuscript Biblioteca Civica 1366. Assembled by the  Veronese humanist Giovanni Antonio Panteo, the Epitaphia form a funerary collection written in honor of Ludovico Nogarola, an important political figure in Verona who died in 1483. In its introduction to the edition, the present  article examines the honoree, the assembler and contributors to the collection, and several features of the various compositions’ style and content.
La ritrovata hymnologia dell’umanista veronese Francesco Roseto (al. Roscio): ms. Lucca, Biblioteca Statale, 367
di Maria Teresa Laneri pagine: 15 € 6,00
Abstract
This piece follows my discovery of a manuscript containing the collection of sacred Hymns made by the humanist Francesco Roseto (or Roscio), which until now had been thought lost. Starting from a letter by Marcantonio Sabellico,  the discussion of the author aims to define the character and chronology of the work in question. Special attention is given to Roseto’s humanist training and the period of his collaboration with Aldo Manuzio on some editions of  classical texts. There is also a description of the codex and an overall view of its contents, complete with index.
Alle spalle dellʼepistola di Parrasio a Ludovico Montalto: da Pindaro a Jacopo Sannazzaro
di Danilo Siragusa pagine: 14 € 6,00
Abstract
In this paper we try to identify the sources used by the humanist Aulus Ianus Parrhasius in a letter that he sent in 1512 to the Sicilian intellectual Ludovicus Montaltus. The epistula, already published by Francesco Lo Parco in 1899, is the preface to De ponderibus ac mensuris, a parrhasian work transmitted by the manuscript XIII. B. 16 of Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli: through an analysis of the evidence we prove that the text of the letter consists of  the recovery of ancient sources (Pindar, Cicero, Solinus etc.) and, probably, of ʻcontemporariesʼ authors (an elegy of Jacopo Sannazzaro and other humanists).
Una ghost story del XVI secolo: la leggenda sulla morte dell’umanista Carlo Valgulio
di Marco Zanelli pagine: 23 € 6,00
Abstract
The article investigates the origin of the legend about the death of the Brescian humanist Carlo Valgulio: a seventeenth-century biography by Ottavio Rossi states in fact that Valgulio would have died of fright after seeing a ghost.  After examining four aspects (the humanists’ interest in the supernatural; the use of ghosts in the religious dispute between Catholics and Protestants; the content and construction of the story; a pamphlet written by Valgulio  against the Dominicans of Brescia in defense of a municipal law against funeral expenses), the hypothesis suggested is that the legend was born as an instrument of defamation of the humanist by his opponents after his death.
Piero Vettori professore presso lo Studium Florentinum: sei prolusioni inedite
di Agnese d’Angelo pagine: 30 € 6,00
Abstract
Piero Vettori taught in Florence for over forty years, but until now only nine prolusions published by his nephew after Vettori’s death and some remarks in his correspondence offered evidence on his teaching activity. A miscellaneous  manuscript (Munchen, Staatsbibliothek, Clm 750) preserves six previously unknown inaugural lectures, handwritten by Vettori himself. These speeches shed light on matters of chronology and on Vettori’s first fifteen years as lecturer in the Studium Florentinum and they also provide new insights on some volumes of his library. The text of the prolusions is published here for the first time.
Il predicatore di Francesco Panigarola e la lingua dell’eloquenza sacra
di Michele Colombo pagine: 13 € 6,00
Abstract
Francesco Panigarola’s book Il predicatore, published after the author’s death in 1609, was one of the most influential treatises about vernacular preaching in the seventeenth century. It is a common opinion that the linguistic  prescriptions contained in the book chapter Apparato per la seconda parte follow the path traced by Pietro Bembo and Benedetto Varchi. However, a close reading shows that Panigarola supports a new linguistic model, more open to 
the needs of modern times.
Lecturas de Salustio en la Edad Moderna: marginalia, códigos bibliográficos y discursos de personajes
di Victoria Pineda pagine: 43 € 6,00
Abstract
The marks that early-modern readers left on the margins of printed copies of Sallust’s De coniuratione Catilinae and Bellum Jugurthinum (manuscript comments, maniculae, and other marginalia), and the bibliographic codes that  history books acquired during the 16th and 17th centuries point to a form of reading that privileged either the rhetorical aspects of the works, or the political and moral aspects of the stories, or both. This article analyzes some of  these practices within the global framework of the reading of historical texts, dealing more precisely with the ways readers annotated the speeches interspersed in the two monographs, and the specific layout that printers used for  the orations. The distinct nature of speeches, where the more “elevated” style allowed for the use of sententiae and for a heavily marked rhetorical structure, facilitated these types of readings.
ΟΥΔΕΝ ΛΕΙΠΕI. Spigolature da alcuni restauri testuali secenteschi di manoscritti greci
di Domenico Surace pagine: 20 € 6,00
Abstract
The paper deals with some textual restorations made during the seventeenth century on some Greek manuscripts. The copyists responsible are here identified, namely Francesco Arcudi, Neophytos Rhodinos, and Lorenzo Porzio. Rhodinos is also the copyist of the Arcudi’s epigrams and letter that are transmitted by the fols. 179r-180v of the codex Barberinianus graecus 202. Furthermore, the article offers some observations concerning the old shelfmarks 
of the manuscripts Barberinianus graecus 325 and Barberinianus graecus 337.
In case of a sede vacante: Similar problems at different latitudes. Two case studies from the 17th century and the 19th century
di Maddalena Burelli, Claudia Curcuruto pagine: 31 € 6,00
Abstract
The aim of the present study is to observe how, after the Tridentine Council, dioceses were administered and governed after the death of the bishop, that is in a sede vacante, what problems arose and whether there was full  adherence to the Tridentine norm or whether, on the contrary, there was dissimilarity. A global and local perspective will be offered by analyzing them in the longue durée, in which it is possible to observe how, even in the 19th  century, there was not full adherence to the Tridentine norms and how, therefore, the correction of this situation by Rome allowed for a progressive and greater uniformity throughout the Church.
«Aver le cose sotto i propri occhi». La raccolta tassiana di Pierantonio Serassi
di Marco Corradini pagine: 40 € 6,00
Abstract
This contribution intends to study the library of the man of letters Pierantonio Serassi (1721-1791), an abbot from Bergamo who lived in Rome, which can be entirely reconstructed through a document that has only just emerged,  the legal inventory of his possessions drawn up after his death. The volumes he owned exceed 1200, and the most important part of his library is the large collection of editions of works by Torquato Tasso, an author who was  Serassi’s main object of study. A transcription of this section of the inventory is provided here, with identification of the editions. After various vicissitudes, Serassi’s Tasso collection became part of the heritage of the Angelo Mai Civic Library in Bergamo.
L’inventario dei beni di Pierantonio Serassi (1721-1791): il patrimonio, l’eredità e alcune questioni di ritrattistica
di Ilaria Serati pagine: 19 € 6,00
Abstract
Through the discovery of the inventory of the possessions owned by Abbot Pierantonio Serassi (1721-1791), this contribution intends to reconstruct the vicissitudes of the Bergamasque man of letters focusing, in particular, on the  artistic works belonging to Serassi, the Tasso effigies and the problem of his portraits that have been preserved until today. The circumstances connect Serassi to the erudite Roman milieu of the late XVIIIth century, in which  Cardinal Francesco Carrara, the Duke of Ceri, the painter Giovanni Battista Dell’Era and the sculptor Vincenzo Pacetti, who created his sepulchral monument, also gravitated.
Il Taccuino antropologico di Samuel David Luzzatto. L’ebraismo italiano verso la modernità
di Claudia Milani pagine: 17 € 6,00
Abstract
The purpose of this contribution is to frame Italian Judaism, and in particular the experience of the Rabbinic College of Padua and the figure of Samuel David Luzzatto (1800-1865), in the European Wissenschaft des Judentums. In  particular, we take into consideration the unpublished Taccuino antropologico (Anthropological Notebook), in which Luzzatto collected notes and reflections preparatory to his lectures on Jewish Moral Theology and Jewish Dogmatic Theology.
I manoscritti di trentotto novelle di Ezio Franceschini per «Giovani Amici»
di Paola Bottecchia pagine: 37 € 6,00
Abstract
The autograph manuscripts, with authorial revision and corrections, of thirty-eight short stories by Ezio Franceschini (1906-1983) for the children’s periodical «Giovani Amici dell’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore» are focused in  this paper. The old university professor takes on the gaze and images of children to bring out the truth of the life as a discovery of brotherhood with all creatures, by means of fictional stories mostly inspired by autobiographical  events. The number of corrections attests to the author’s stylistic care for a direct and profound dialogue with his young readers and a fruitful collaboration with the journal editor. Lastly, a so far unpublished story is edited, dated and put in context.

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