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SU ANGELO DECEMBRIO: VOCI E IMPRESSIONI DI DUE CORRISPONDENTI

Franco Gualdoni
Aevum
Anno 82, Fasc. 3 (Settembre-Dicembre 2008), pp. 651-658
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20862120
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Abstract

The Milanese humanist Angelo Decembrio is less renowned than his brother Piercandido. Some biographical data are provided by three hitherto unknown texts directed to Angelo: a letter by Francesco Filelfo, preserved in Toledo, Biblioteca Capitular, MS 100.42, dated 1441, in which Filelfo refers to a copy of a Greek grammar, and two little poems by Paolo Porcari, preserved in Ravenna, Biblioteca Classense, MS 274, composed earlier than 1460 and after 1465 respectively. The letter and epigrams are here edited.

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