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A History of the Reformation (Vol. 1 of 2)

Denkwuerdigkeiten der Charitas Pirkheimer Quellensamml


--_The Ship of Fools_, translated by Alexander Barclay, ii. 225 (Edinburgh, 1874).

_ 15 Cambridge Modern History_, I. iii, vii, viii, ix, xi, xii, xiv; Lavisse, _Histoire de France depuis les Origines jusqu' a la Revolution_. IV. i, ii.

16 SOURCES: Boccaccio, _Lettere edite e inedite, tradotte et commentate con nuovi documenti da Corrazzini_ (Florence, 1877); _Francisci Petrarchae, Epistolae familiares et variae_ (Florence, 1859); Cusani, _Opera_ (Basel, 1565); Boecking, _Ulrici Hutteni Opera_, 5 vols. (Leipzig, 1871); Supplement containing _Epistolae Obscurorum Virorum_, 2 vols. (Leipzig, 1864, 1869); Gillert, _Der Briefwechsel des Konrad Mutianus_ (Halle, 1890); Reuchlin, _De Verbo Mirifico_ (1552).

LATER BOOKS: Jacob Burckhardt, _The Civilisation of the Period of the Renaissance_ (Eng. trans., London, 1892); Geiger, _Humanismus und Renaissance in Italien und Deutschland_ (Berlin, 1882); Michelet, _Histoire de France_, vol. vii., _Renaissance_ (Paris, 1855); Lavisse, _Histoire de France_, v. i. p. 287 ff.; Symonds, _The Renaissance in Italy_ (London, 1877); H. Hallam, _Introduction to the Literature of Europe during the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Centuries_, 6th ed. (London, 1860); Kamptschulte, _Die Universitaet Erfurt in ihrem Verhaeltniss

zu dem Humanismus und der Reformation_, 2 vols. (Trier, 1856, 1860); Krause, _Helius Eobanus Hessus, sein Leben und seine Werke_, 2 vols. (Gotha, 1879); Geiger, _Johann Reuchlin_ (Leipzig, 1871); Binder, _Charitas Pirkheimer, Aebtissin von St. Clara zu Nuernberg_ (Freiburg i. B., 1893); Hoefler, _Denkwuerdigkeiten der Charitas Pirkheimer_ (_Quellensamml. z. fraenk. Gesch._ iv., 1858); Roth, _Willibald Pirkheimer_ (Halle, 1874); Scott, _Albert Duerer, his Life and Works_ (London, 1869); Thausing, _Duerer's Briefe, Tagebuecher, Reime_ (Vienna, 1884); _Cambridge Modern History_, I. xvi, xvii; II. i.

17 Symonds, _Renaissance in Italy, Revival of Letters_ (London, 1877), p. 13.

18 There is evidence that Thomas Aquinas was not dependent, as is commonly supposed, for his acquaintance with Greek philosophy on translations into Latin of the Arabic translations of portions of Aristotle, but that he procured Latin versions made directly from the original Greek.

19 He embraced it, sighed over it, and told it how he longed to hear it speak: Fracassetti, _Francisci Petrarchae, Epistolae familiares et variae_, ii. 472-475.

20 Professor Krauss, _Cambridge Modern History_, ii. 6.

21 C. H. Delprot, _Verhandeling over de Broederschap van Gerard Groote_ (Arnheim, 1856).

22 H. Hartfelder, _Der Zustand der deutschen Hochschulen am Ende des Mittelalters. Hist. Zeitschr._ lxiv. 50-107, 1890.

23 Struver, _Die Schule von Schlettstadt_ (Leipzig, 1880).

24 Kriegk, _Deutsches Buergerthum im Mittelalter_, neue Folge (Frankfurt a. M. 1868), pp. 77 ff.

25 Boos, _Thomas und Felix Platter_ (Leipzig, 1878), pp. 20 ff.

26 H. Boos, _Thomas und Felix Platter_ (Leipzig, 1876); Becker, _Chronica des fahrenden Schulers_ oder _Wanderbuechlein des Johannes Butzbach_ (Ratisbon, 1869).


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