History Of The City Of Rome In The Middle Ages Volume 7,pt. 2 by Ferdinand GregoroviusHistory Of The City Of Rome In The Middle Ages Volume 7,pt. 2 by Ferdinand Gregorovius

History Of The City Of Rome In The Middle Ages Volume 7,pt. 2

byFerdinand Gregorovius

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ... to the academical caprice of bestowing on their society the forms of an ancient sacerdotal college, or of a classic lodge of free-masons, whose Pontifex Maximus was the great Pomponius, while beside him were others designated with lower grades in the priesthood.3 1 This Natale Romanae urbis a Sodalitate litteraria was celebrated on the Quirinal for the first time on April 20, 1483. Jacopo Valaterr., Diar. Rom., p. 185. Burkard--Chigi, fol. 390 says: anniversarius urbis conditae dies est XX. Aprilis, quae consuevit--a doctis urbis celebrari, quod si rede memini) Pomponius Laetus Poeta Laureatus primus a paucis annis citra introduxit. The celebration of this festival is called by Raph. Volaterr., Anthropol., xxi. 491, initium abolendaefidei. 2 See the description of the commemoration service in honour of Platina held in his house on the Quirinal on April 18, 1482. The verses recited there were edited by Demetrius of Lucca, the librarian of the Vatican and orator at the festival. Jacopo Volater., p. 171. Concerning the Academy, see Tiraboschi, vi. L lib. L 1 Note 32 to P. Cortesii dc hominib. doctis, ed. Galletti. 1 Veneratus est omnium maxime Romanae urbis genium: Sabellicus, Ep., lib. xi. 460. It is worthy of remark, that among the numerous signatures of those who, after 1477, entered the Confraternity of S. Spirito (as was then the fashion) there is not one of any Humanist--only Celsus Mellini, Jacopo and Raffaele Volaterr. sign themselves as Apostolic Secretaries. De Rossi (Roma Sotterr., i., Introd.) discovered inscriptions of the Academicians in the Catacombs, which they were the first to explore. They recorded their visit there, appending to their names sacerdotal titles, such for example as Regnante Pomp. Pont. Max. Pantagatus Sacerdos Achademiae Rom....
Title:History Of The City Of Rome In The Middle Ages Volume 7,pt. 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:122 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.26 inPublished:May 11, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217225667

ISBN - 13:9780217225663