Lipsius, Justus

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Lipsius, Justus

(jŭs`təs lĭp`sēəs), 1547–1606, Flemish scholar, whose original name was Joest Lips. He was one of the most celebrated authorities of his day on Roman literature, history, and antiquities. Lipsius edited many works of Latin literature, his edition of Tacitus being particularly famous.
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The press centre remains located in the Justus Lipsius building.
Among the topics are translating Aristotle in 15th-century Italy: George of Trebizond and Leonardo Bruni, a knowing likeness: artists and letterati at the Farnese Court in mid-16th-century Rome, Greek antiquities and Greek histories in the late Renaissance, defining philosophy in 15th-century humanism: four case studies, and Justus Lipsius as historian of philosophy: the reception of the Manuductio ad stoicam philosophiam (1604) in the history of philosophy.
Art installations at the Justus Lipsius and Europa Building are part of Bulgaria's presentation during the presidency.
Rubens' sobering Seneca hangs in the chamber of the firm's humanist friend Justus Lipsius.
Bongars visited the doyen of humanist philology Justus Lipsius in Leiden in 1584.
Martir Rizos biography follows a compositio and typographical language similar to the one employed by known philologists and historians such as Justus Lipsius, Montaigne, and Pierre Matthieu.
The Islamic State (IS) group, also known as Daesh, has claimed responsibility for the attacks at Brussels airport and the Maelbeek metro station close to the Justus Lipsius building where Mrs May and her fellow ministers were meeting.
As rumours of dissent around the table began to emerge on Thursday, however, the schedule began to slip and word in the Council's Justus Lipsius building was that the meeting was turning into an "English brunch".
Prime Minister David Cameron arrives for The European Council Meeting In Brussels held at the Justus Lipsius Building
1680): algunos indicios textuales de su conexion," by Pablo Toribio Perez; "Latin Inscriptions by Justus Lipsius in Alba amicorum," by Gilbert Tournoy; "Dialogo alla soglie del paradiso: i modelli dell'Eremita di Galateo e la sua fortuna nell'Europa della riforma," by Sebastiano Valerio; "Los Apophthegmata de Conradus Lycosthenes: historia editorial," by Juan J.
its use in the seventeenth century, by religious apologists in England and Justus Lipsius on the continent, and its misconstrual in early twentieth-century English literary criticism).
On Friday Greek Finance Minister Justus Lipsius said: "We're now co-authors of our own destiny.