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New Latin

the form of Latin used since the Renaissance, esp for scientific nomenclature
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As a number of people have noticed, Neo-Latin as a discipline seems to have reached a crossroads.
Critique: Enhanced with the inclusion of an Introduction that includes 'Manuscripts and editions of Castiglione's Works' and 'Manuscripts and Editions of Falcone's Works'; a fourteen page Bibliography; and a seventeen page Index, "Two Renaissance Friends: Baldassarre Castiglione, Domizio Falcone, and their Neo-Latin Poetry" is an impressively informed and informative work of meticulous scholarship and unreservedly recommended for college and university library Renaissance Studies collections in general, and Neo-Latin Poetry supplemental studies reading lists in particular.
Neo-Latin poetry was part of the interchange between princes and prelates.
The result is not always felicitous, but the reader must be impressed with the learning of the neo-Latin poets, of whom Sannazaro may have been the most outstanding.
John Alexander helpfully integrates the neo-Latin traditions into his account of the development of drama in Germany and emphasizes the Christian metaphysical framework which is present in almost all drama up to the late seventeenth century.
Along with the elegy, which it resembles to a large extent through meter (all thirteen epistles of book 1 are in elegiac couplets, though the six poems of book 2 are in hexameters), length, and content, the epistle was a very popular genre in the first part of the sixteenth century in both Neo-Latin and French vernacular literature.
In this handsome two-volume set, Enenkel (neo-Latin literature, Leiden University) and Smith (French literature, Leiden University) present work by specialists from various disciplines, including art history and the history of science, who explore early modern discourses on animals in science, literature, and the visual arts.
The International Association for Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS) is a cross-disciplinary international organization devoted to propagating Latin as a living discipline.
Making virtue out of necessity, Money compensates for the dullness of Alsop's life by conceiving the book as a study of neo-Latin literature as much as a study of Alsop and his modest contribution to that genre.
acknowledges the intertextuality of neo-Latin literature (e.g.
In the first half of the century it still seems natural enough to cultivate the neo-Latin tradition.