Joannes Sambucus And The Learned Image: The Use Of The Emblem In Late-renaissance Humanism
BRILL, 2005 - 296 strán (strany)
The emblem is one of the most remarkable literary inventions of Renaissance humanism. The symbolic imagery presented in these Neo-Latin emblem books constituted an important influence on many areas in early modern literature and art. This volume provides the first comprehensive study of Sambucus' influential "Emblemata" (first published by Christopher Plantin, Antwerp, 1564). It reconstructs the cultural-historical contexts in which it was produced, thus reconsidering the social and commercial functions of the humanist emblem. Accompanied by a detailed analysis of individual emblems, it takes into account the emblems' classical intertextuality and the relationship between word and image. This study shows how the emblematic practice can differ from contemporary symbol and emblem theories, which have often coloured modern interpretations of the genre.
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Chapter One The World of the Author
Chapter Two The World of the Publisher
Chapter Three Sambucus About the Emblem
Chapter Four The Use of Dedications
SubjectMatter Structure and Style
Chapter Six The Uses of Classical Sources
Chapter Seven Word and Image in Pictura and Epigram
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Achille Bocchi addressed Alciato Alciato’s emblems Andrea Alciato anecdotes Antwerp argument atque Benito Arias Montano bird Blotius Camerarius chapter Christophe Plantin classical sources collection concrete context court dedicated dedicatee Dutch edition emblem books Emblemata Emblematica emperor epigram example exemplum French Emblem Book Fugger Furthermore genre Gerstinger Gillis Golden Compasses Greek Hadrianus Junius haec Homann Horace’s humanist humanist emblem Hungarian Hungary Ibidem illustrations important indicated instance interpretation ISBN 90 Joachim Camerarius Joannes Johannes Sambucus Junius later Latin Leiden libri literary manuscript Maximilian Modern Emblem Theory moral motto nature Ortelius Paradin Paris particular perspective Petrus Plantin Press Pliny poem poetic poetry Porteman preface presented printed production publication published quae quod reader reference relation Renaissance Republic of Letters rhetorical scholar scholarly Schöne Sixteenth-Century social sunt symbol tion translation Usus Vantuch Vienna virtue visual Voet Waterschoot word